Stirlingshire B&B said to benefit from year-round trade
A STIRLINGSHIRE bed and breakfast that’s said to benefit from year-round trade is up for sale.
Located in the small town of Callander, Roslin Cottage attracts a high level of tourist business due to its central location and proximity to the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
The 17th century cottage is an ideal base for visitors due to its central location.
The 17th century cottage was purchased by the current owner, who is selling up in order to retire, in 2004 and received a full refurbishment in 2005, which is said to have combined many of the property’s original features with modern facilities.
The property comprises a guest lounge and 12-cover breakfast room as well as three double letting rooms.
There’s also separate two-bedroom owner’s accommodation.
Roslin Cottage is set in landscaped gardens which feature vegetable plots, a working well, two greenhouses and a polytunnel.
Jayne Adamson, who is handling the sale on behalf of agent Bruce & Co, said the property has been “finished to a high standard and encompasses the beauty of the Highlands impeccably”.
“The sale of Roslin Cottage presents a great opportunity to purchase a high quality and well-presented bed and breakfast in a prevalent tourist area,” she said.
This is an opportunity to buy a high quality bed and breakfast business.
“It has excellent potential for new enthusiastic owners who are ready to embrace the peace and tranquillity its customers will crave.”
Offers over £449,995 are sought for the freehold.