A boutique hotel in the Stirlingshire town of Bridge of Allan has come onto the market.
The Queen’s Hotel has 15 en suite bedrooms, a 40-cover restaurant, a 30-cover bar and a function suite.
The hotel also has a 200-capacity basement nightclub, which is said to be fitted out to a high standard and has its own separate entrance to the rear of the property; there’s also a terrace and outdoor seating area.
Said to be located in a “prime trading area”, the property is being marketed by joint selling agents Shepherd Chartered Surveyors and Strutt & Parker with a price tag of offers over £1.35 million.
Sandy Falconer of Shepherd’s Stirling office said: “The Queen’s Hotel provides a rare opportunity to purchase a well fitted-out hotel with a good range of income streams.
“The hotel is currently being run under a short-term management agreement. Vacant possession will be available on completion.”
Euan MacCrimmon of Strutt & Parker said The Queen’s Hotel draws customers from across Stirlingshire and beyond.
“The Queen’s Hotel is ideally positioned, being walking distance from Bridge of Allan’s railway station, which is on the Edinburgh to Dunblane line,” he said.
“The town is easily accessible by road and rail with direct and indirect services to Scotland’s main cities.
“As such, the hotel represents an outstanding business opportunity.”