Established Outer Hebrides hotel business is on the market
If you’ve ever considered relocating to the Outer Hebrides, the sale of the County Hotel in Stornoway could be the perfect opportunity.
The 17-bedroom hotel – which is described as having a ‘roaring food and beverage business’ – is said to attract a mixture of locals and tourists.
The property includes an open-plan bar area which serves a variety of beers, whiskies and cocktails, a lounge bar, which currently offers customers a selection of pub grub, and a function room which caters to events as well as acting as a private dining space.
There’s also a two bedroom owners flat.
The hotel’s interior is said to ‘seamlessly blend traditional features with modern fixtures and fittings’.
Martin Sutherland, licensed trade agent with selling agent Graham + Sibbald, said: “We were delighted to bring to the market the County Hotel.
“This outstanding hotel has proven itself to be a key player in the Outer Hebrides attracting large crowds all year round.
“We feel this is a fantastic business opportunity for the right buyer to make the most of the already impressive business.”
Graham + Sibbald is seeking offers over £875,000 for the freehold interest.