Capital hotel enjoying soaring occupancy rates comes on to market
AN Edinburgh hotel that’s said to be enjoying a particularly buoyant trading period is up for sale.
Located in Marchhall Crescent, Hotel Ceilidh-Donia is reporting stronger occupancy rates than the industry average, according to property agent Bruce & Co, and is currently experiencing its highest level of forward bookings.
The hotel is also said to have been listed in Trip Advisor’s ‘top five’ hotels in Edinburgh for the past year.
This well-run and profitable hotel is designed with customers in mind.
Hotel Ceilidh-Donia has 17 letting bedrooms, comprising one disabled/limited mobility room on the ground floor, four single rooms and 12 twin/double rooms.
The property has a lounge bar and a 30-cover restaurant, with a part-glass roof and patio doors leading to the garden, complete with patio and pond. It also comes with owner’s accommodation and planning permission for an extension to the rear of the hotel, which could accommodate an additional five bedrooms.
Selling agent Bruce & Co said the hotel has been continually upgraded under its current owners.
“Hotel Ceilidh-Donia is situated in one of the most sought-after locations in Edinburgh,” said the agent.
“This extremely well-run and profitable 17-bedroom hotel is designed with the customers in mind and is presented to the highest standard.
“Hotel Ceilidh-Donia is a well-known hotel of reputation and quality which, along with attracting local custom, also attracts tourist trade from all over the world.
“Its sale offers an opportunity to purchase a busy city hotel with a proven and successful track record combined with further potential to increase trade.”
Offers over £1,550,000 are sought.