A Restaurant with rooms business in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park has been snapped up by a local operator barely a fortnight after going on the market.
Stuart Burch, who has run a restaurant in the area for 15 years, acquired the Drymen Inn from former owners Tom and Lindsey King.
The recently-refurbished property, which is a short distance from Loch Lomond and is said to be easily accessible from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling, has five en suite letting rooms, a large bar with log fire and two glass-fronted seating areas.
Graeme Smith of Smith & Clough property agents, who handled the sale, said the former owners had established “one of the finest restaurants in the area”.
The inn’s custom is said to be mainly drawn from local trade as well as tourists visiting the Loch Lomond area.
Smith added: “As a result of our clients, Tom and Lindsey King, completely transforming the property, it has reaped the rewards from not just local business but from the many tourists and walkers that pass through the area throughout the year.
“With this in mind it was an easy decision for new owner Stuart Burch to make.
“Having run a successful restaurant in the area for the past 15 years he knows the market inside out and will without doubt continue to maintain and grow the success of the Drymen Inn.”