Ugie House Hotel, on Scotland’s malt trail, is for sale
A SPEYSIDE hotel on Scotland’s malt whisky trail has come on to the books of property firm Bruce & Co.
The Ugie House Hotel, in Keith, is located near some of Scotland’s best known malt whisky distilleries, including Stathisla – said to be the oldest in the Highlands (first established in 1786) and home to Chivas Regal.
Described as a “striking property”, the hotel comprises ten en suite letting rooms, as well as a “hugely popular” 80-cover restaurant and bar.
Currently the restaurant is open to both guests and locals and is said to offer “an eclectic menu”.
A recent addition to the property, Bert’s Bar – a 170-capacity space – is said to have brought “a surge of fresh custom” to the business.
The recent addition of the 170-capacity Bert’s Bar is testatment to the hotel’s popularity.
The hotel also hosts private events in its function suite.
With a capacity of up to 170 (122 seated guests), the function suite features a public bar with four large booths, flat screen TV, pool table and a DJ booth.
Additionally, the property features two-bedroom owner’s accommodation.
Gal Leslie, director of commercial and business property at Bruce & Co, said the Ugie House Hotel “is a truly wonderful opportunity”.
“The recent addition of the 170-capacity Bert’s Bar is testament to the hotel’s popularity, and showcases a clear [customer] demand,” she added.
The Ugie House Hotel is on the market at offers over £699,950 for the freehold.