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Larbert hotel at new crossroads

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Property said to epitomise ‘the spirit of the local’ for sale

A small Scottish hotel, which is said to epitomise “the spirit of the local”, has reached a new crossroads in its history.

The Commercial Hotel in Larbert has been owned by the same family for 34 years and been operated for nine years by the current occupants who plan to retire.

The public bar

The public bar

The whitewashed stone property is located at the crossroads of Larbert Main Street and is said to draw its clientele from the surrounding area as well as further afield. 

It has a “classic public bar” with wood and mirrored bar area, a games room and a beer garden.

The hotel also has six letting rooms on the first floor and a large lounge/bedroom area in the attic space, which was previously used as owner’s accommodation.

The exterior of The Commercial Hotel in Larbert

The exterior of The Commercial Hotel in Larbert

The venue is said to have attracted business from the new Forth Valley Royal Hospital, with rooms let to contractors and students. Selling agent DM Hall said the income stream from this has been “significant”.

The Commercial Hotel is on the market with a price tag of offers around £350,000.

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