Guest house benefits from high level of repeat business
A GUEST house offering “breathtaking views” over the Moray Firth is being marketed by property agent Bruce & Co.
Located in the Aberdeenshire town of Macduff, Mansefield House has four individually-designed ‘boutique hotel-style’ bedrooms.
The property, a 200 year-old former manse set in its own gardens, also has a dining room that can accommodate 14; a large basement that’s said to be ripe for conversion into additional letting rooms or a self-contained flat; and owner’s accommodation.
Each of the rooms has been individually designed in the style of a boutique hotel.
The guest house is located in the centre of Macduff, which is said to be a popular tourist destination with visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of dolphins swimming in the Moray Firth; other attractions include Duff House, Macduff’s maritime heritage and the salmon and trout fishing at Bridge of Alvah.
The current owners, who spent 17 years working in boutique hotels around the world before acquiring Mansefield House in 2006, are said to have built up “considerable” trade and repeat business with guests from around the world.
Bruce & Co’s Lynn Courtney, who is handling the sale, described the guest house as “truly stunning”.
“The sale of Mansefield House is an amazing opportunity for someone to purchase a wonderfully restored substantial guest house in the heart of the historic town of Macduff,” she said.
“Viewing is essential to truly appreciate the quality and beauty of this property.”
Offers over £399,995 are sought.
Mansfield House in Macduff has four letting bedrooms and a 14-cover dining room. The property, a 200 year-old former manse, offers views across the Moray Firth.