A GUEST house overlooking the River Dee in Dumfries & Galloway has come onto the books of property firm Bruce & Co.
Located in the town of Kirkcudbright, the Rivergarth Guest House is described as a “beautifully presented” property which is “currently thriving, yet with plenty of potential for further growth”.
Set in spacious grounds, the guest house comprises three letting rooms, each of which is said to be furnished to a high standard; a fourth room is currently used by the vendors but the property agent said there is “immediate scope” to use this as letting accommodation.
Rivergarth also has a large guest dining and sitting room, which offers uninterrupted views of the River Dee.
Upstairs, the property incorporates an owner’s suite, which comprises a large living area, kitchen and two bedrooms.
Bruce & Co is marketing the property on behalf of the current owners, who have owned the business since 2008 and now plan to retire from the trade.
The property agent said the guest house is situated in a “highly desirable location” and has a reputation as “one of the area’s finest places to stay”, attracting much repeat custom.
“This business provides a wonderful lifestyle opportunity,” said Bruce & Co sales manager Jayne Adamson.
“What the vendors leave behind is a fantastic lifestyle business with plenty of potential for growth and development.”
Rivergarth Guest House is on the market at offers in the region of £385,000 for the freehold.