Moray property is more than two centuries old
A coastal hotel with over two centuries of history has come onto the books of property firm Bruce & Co.
Built in 1789, The Rock House Hotel in Lossiemouth houses eight letting rooms spread over the building’s three levels as well as several public areas.
These include a bar, function suite with capacity of 150 people and a 30-cover restaurant which features a ‘grotto’ area incorporating the building’s original stonework, as
well as a 40-cover breakfast dining room.
The sale of The Rock House Hotel includes owner’s accommodation on the first floor of the property, comprising three double bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen and family bathroom.
A statement from selling agent Bruce & Co said the business currently “trades successfully throughout the year, and its quality is reflected in the number of awards it currently holds”.
“The business also benefits from repeat custom, particularly due to its excellent location and being close to RAF Lossiemouth,” said the firm.
“Even though trading successfully, there is exciting scope for a new owner to take over the business and expand upon the strong foundations that are already in place.”
Offers in the region of £550,000 are being sought for the freehold.