Edwardian Inverness-shire hotel is on the market
Located within the Cairngorms National Park in the village of Carrbridge, 23 miles from Inverness, the Edwardian property is set in two acres of grounds in what is described as a “peaceful and tranquil setting”.
Originally built as a hunting lodge, the property has been under its current ownership since 2013, during which time it is said to have undergone an “extensive upgrade and refurbishment” to offer “high quality” accommodation which retains the property’s “distinctive Highland character”.
The property comprises 12 letting bedrooms, a bar/bistro, a drawing room and a 20-cover dining room. There’s also a self-contained apartment, a detached two-bedroom cottage and outbuildings.
Strutt & Parker said the hotel is “truly a ‘walk-in’ business”.
“With the mix of accommodation, food and beverage trade, the sale of Dalrachney Lodge Country House Hotel provides a fantastic opportunity for an operator within the trade looking to purchase a high quality hotel which is presented in excellent condition and has a good trading profile with potential to take forward further,” said the property agent in a statement.
Offers over £850,000 are sought for Dalrachney Lodge.