ONE of Scotland’s most remote yet accessible small hotels is on the market after ten years under the same ownership.
The Moor of Rannoch Hotel is located opposite Rannoch railway station, where the sleeper service from London Euston and sprinter trains from Glasgow Queen Street call. Around 60% of the hotel’s guests are said to arrive by train.
The hotel, which has been owned by Rob and Liz Conway for the last ten years, has ben modernised and upgraded, and is described by selling agent Cornerstone as a “model small hotel”.
The property comprises five en suite letting bedrooms, a conservatory restaurant, dining room and lounges with open log fires.
Cornerstone’s Derek Burgoyne, who is handling the sale, said the Moor of Rannoch Hotel is “very special”.
“The way in which Liz and Rob have upgraded the property is truly impressive and it is little wonder that customers come back time and time again and leave glowing reports of the hotel’s unique bedrooms, comfortable lounges and great food,” he said.
The hotel is on the market with a guide price of £475,000; lease or lease purchase options will be considered.
Image – The Moor of Rannoch Hotel has five bedrooms.