A HISTORIC hotel in the Highlands is in new hands after attracting interest from international buyers.
Kings House Hotel, in Glencoe, was built in the 17th century. It is named in honour of a brief period after the battle of Culloden, when the property was used as a barracks for King George III’s army.
The property was purchased by Black Corries Estate Management, which owns the neighbouring Black Corries Estate and is planning a significant refurbishment of the hotel next year.
“There was substantial interest in the Kings House Hotel from all over the world including South Africa and Sri Lanka, which resulted in a number of offers being received for this business,” said Ken Sims of Christie & Co.