Put down roots at Pitlochry’s ‘plant-based’ hotel and restaurant

A Pitlochry property claimed to be the UK’s first ‘fully plant-based’ hotel and restaurant is now up for sale.

Saorsa 1875 is described as a ‘fine eye-catching Victorian baronial gothic style’ building, sitting on an elevated position within private gardens and woodland grounds of appx 1.8 acre.

It has been extensively upgraded and refurbished to provide 11 boutique-style bedrooms, and features a lounge bar, a snug/private dining room and restaurant.

The mature gardens feature short woodland walks and hideaways. There is also a large yurt, ideal for a yoga and wellness retreats and other private functions.

Pitlochry, in Highland Perthshire, is well known as a leisure destination with a plethora of activities for visitors and tourists to enjoy all year round.

The hotel is reportedly being sold to allow the current owners to move on to another project and pursue overseas business interests.

Speaking from selling agents Graham + Sibbald, Alistair Letham said: “Saorsa 1875 is an exceptional hotel delightfully refurbished to a great boutique hotel standard in a wonderful trading location.

“The current business model sets Saorsa 1875 on its own pedestal and new owners can continue and expand on what has been created with the vegan business; or very easily open out the business to a wider offering.”

Graham + Sibbald are inviting offers around £950,000 for Saorsa 1875.