Perthshire hotels on the market

The Weem Hotel has 13 letting bedrooms.

PROPERTY agent CDLH is marketing two Perthshire hotels on behalf of the joint administrators to Warrack Leisure Ltd.

The Dunalastair Hotel in Kinloch Rannoch is on the market with a price tag of £495,00, while offers over £275,000 are sought for the Weem Hotel in Aberfeldy.
Located on the outskirts of Aberfeldy, the Weem has 13 letting bedrooms, two suites and three staff rooms, as well as a large restaurant, bar and lounge.
All furnishings and equipment in the hotel, which ceased trading in November 2012 when its parent company went into administration, are included in the sale.
CDLH is also marketing the Dunalastair Hotel in Kinloch Rannoch.
Built in the 1800s as a sporting lodge, the property comprises 28 en suite letting bedrooms, a restaurant/ceilidh room, lounge, public bar and whisky lounge and eight staff bedrooms.
Featuring open fires and traditional wood panelling, the hotel has also been closed since its parent company ran into financial difficulties; it’s for sale with all furnishings and equipment included.
CDLH’s Alan Creevy, who is marketing the properties, said he expects both to attract a high level of interest from potential buyers.
“It appears that the declining market conditions, which we have experienced over the last few years, are now levelling out,” he said.
“With the greater availability of finance that we have seen towards the tail end of 2012 and which we believe will continue in the early part of 2013, we fully anticipate better market conditions in 2013 and possibly a real positive move forward towards the end of the year.”

Image – The Weem Hotel has 13 letting bedrooms.