Historic Inveraray hotel comes onto the market
ONE of the most historic hotels on the west coast of Scotland has come onto the market.
Located near Inveraray Castle, the Argyll Hotel occupies a Historic Scotland category A-listed building, which was designed by 18th century Scottish architect John Adam and constructed by the Duke of Argyll in the 1750s.
The 36-bedroom hotel, which was originally built as accommodation for visiting officials to Inveraray Castle, has two bars, a restaurant and two function rooms.
Staff accommodation is located in a wing to the rear of the hotel and comprises five double bedrooms, five single bedrooms, four bath/shower rooms and a sitting room.
Alistair Letham, a director with selling agent Colliers International described the hotel as “very well established” in a “great and popular west coast Scotland location”.
“The hotel itself, with its range of accommodation, attracts many tourists and other visitors and its imposing facade is a welcome beacon when entering the town of Inveraray,” said Letham.
“The business has been run entirely under management since it was purchased in 2006 and there is a great opportunity for new owners to further develop and direct the Argyll Hotel to new sectors of trade.”
Offers around £1.5 million plus VAT are being sought for the Argyll Hotel.