Property offers self-catering and B&B accommodation
A HOTEL in what was once the home of Forth Railway Bridge engineer Sir John Fowler is up for sale.
Braemore Square Country House is situated in 20 acres in the Loch Broom area of Wester Ross.
The property, which dates from 1840, offers a combination of self-catering apartments and letting rooms.
There are four self-catering apartments situated in a refurbished former stable, while the bed and breakfast side of the business includes two en suite double bedrooms, a single room and a family room.
The property also has owner’s accommodation and there are fishing rights to one and a half miles of river.
Bruce & Co’s Jayne Adamson, who is handling the sale, said the property has been refurbished to modern standards while a number of its original Victorian features have been retained.
“The sale of Braemore Square offers a truly unique opportunity to purchase a charming estate full of character, which is located in some of the most beautiful surroundings,” she said.
“This is an excellent business opportunity with flexibility to change the existing set up – such as offering only self-catering accommodation or offering full use of the property on a holiday let basis.
“Steeped in history as the former home of one of the pioneers of Victorian engineering, Braemore Square also offers a little slice of legacy and a true lifestyle opportunity.”
Braemore Square Country House is on the market with a price tag of offers over £799,995 for the freehold interest.
Image – Braemore Square Country House was the home of Forth Railway Bridge engineer Sir John Fowler.