Operators looking for a waterfront business might be interested in a hotel on Argyll’s ‘secret coast’ which has come onto the market.
Located in the village of Kames near Tighnabruaich, the Kames Hotel is said to enjoy an “element of seclusion” yet is still easily accessible from Glasgow and the central belt.
Occupying an elevated position overlooking the Kyles of Bute, the hotel has 14 boat moorings on the shoreside.
Inside, the property comprises ten en suite bedrooms, a 60-cover restaurant, a function room and a public bar with lounge area and pool room.
There is also “spacious and secluded” three-bedroom owner’s accommodation within the hotel.
During their ten years at the helm, the current owners are said to have established the business as a “real fixture in the local community”; they have overseen a complete refurbishment of the hotel; and they are said to have played an “instrumental” role in marketing the local area.
Cornerstone director Barry McNeil, who is marketing the Kames Hotel with a guide price of £625,000, said: “In my opinion the Kames Hotel has it all; it is a fantastically-presented full-service hotel offering elevated sea views over the Kyles of Bute and a sought after shoreside location.
“The hotel has the real charm and feel of a quality Highland hotel, from the welcoming and hospitable public bar through to the Edwardian restaurant and function room. In addition, the letting bedrooms are packed with feature antique furniture.”