An Aberdeenshire village inn that’s thought to be at least 200 years old has come on to the books of Christie & Co.
Located in Netherley, near Stonehaven, the Lairhillock Inn has many original features, including open fires and exposed ceiling beams.
The inn has capacity for 100 covers across the bar, restaurant and conservatory areas, and is said to have a good reputation for beer and food. There are also two function rooms, one of which is in a converted cow shed.
Included in the sale are two flats.
Marketing the freehold of the property with a price tag of £850,000, Stuart Drysdale of Christie & Co said the inn is “ripe for further development”.