Chance to trade in the great outdoors

Two destination properties on the books of Bruce & Co

Ewich Guest House in Crianlarich has six letting bedrooms.

OUTDOOR enthusiasts are a key market for two hotels currently being sold through property agent Bruce & Co.

Ewich Guest House in Crianlarich and The Forbes Arms hotel in Aberdeenshire are both said to attract guests through the range of outdoor activities available locally.
A former farmhouse dating from the 19th century, Ewich Guest House has recently undergone a complete refurbishment.
The business, which is located on the West Highland Way, currently holds a four star rating from VisitScotland.
It is close to a number of outdoor pursuits, including fishing and skiing, and also attracts walkers on the West Highland Way.
The guest house, which is being marketed with a price tag of £649,950, has six en suite letting bedrooms – two double rooms, two twins and two singles; there’s also owner’s accommodation.
Bruce & Co’s Scott Toward said the sale of Ewich Guest House offers a “rare opportunity to purchase a high quality, beautifully presented property”.
“It benefits highly from its stunning location and superb reputation,” he said.
The agent is also handling the sale of The Forbes Arms Hotel in Bridge of Alford in rural Aberdeenshire.
The Forbes Arms has nine en suite letting bedrooms comprising three family rooms, three singles, two twin rooms and one double room. Its public ‘Brig Bar’ is said to be popular with locals.
The hotel also has fishing rights to a river that runs along the property, which is said to have salmon and brown trout.
Bruce & Co’s Jayne Adamson said: “The hotel trades throughout the year from a good mix of accommodation, food and wet sales and enjoys much repeat custom.”
The Forbes Arms Hotel is on the market at £499,950.

Image – Ewich Guest House in Crianlarich has six letting bedrooms.