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North-east country house hotel becomes Apex’s latest acquisition

Meldrum House Country Hotel and Golf Course in Aberdeenshire has been bought by Edinburgh-based Apex Hotels for an undisclosed sum.

Two beloved pubs up for grabs in Aberdeen through Punch Pubs

Are you an experienced hospitality professional based in Aberdeen and hungry for a new challenge? Punch Pubs has two cracking pub opportunities to share with you.

Newly renovated North Lanarkshire community pub seeks lessee

The Swan is described as a community pub with a ‘roaring’ food and beverage business. It was refurbished recently, with new fixtures and fittings added. 

Paint the town Red in Oldmeldrum

The Redgarth, a pub and restaurant with letting rooms in Oldmeldrum, Inverurie, is now up for sale through Christie & Co.

Former clan seat turned hotel Kincaid House is now on the market

The 17th century property was once home to Clan Kincaid, a group with a long and storied history tied to the Scottish wars of independence and Jacobite uprisings. 

A bright future awaits down by the waterfront at Broughty Ferry

With an impressive location and outstanding views, Broughty Ferry’s The Ship Inn and Waterfront Restaurant is a 'wonderful establishment with such a strong reputation'

Would The Woodcutter tempt you to do business in the Borders?

The Woodcutter Pub, described as a ‘quaint lounge bar located in a local shopping area’ on the outskirts of the Borders town of Galashiels, is up for sale through Graham + Sibbald.

Might you mix work and a rural lifestyle at The Redgarth?

Well positioned within the picturesque, expanding north-east village, the inn has built an outstanding reputation in Aberdeenshire for its food and drink offerings.

Do you know the road and the miles to Dundee?

The Ellenbank Bar is described as a ‘charming traditional pub with an esteemed reputation’, that now offers a ‘fantastic opportunity’ for the right buyer to increase the turnover of the business.  

Get yourself doon the watter to Mac’s Bar in Rothesay

AFTER 72 years in family ownership, the long established, free of tie Rothesay public house – and local institution – Mac’s Bar is up for sale, offering a great opportunity in a thriving seaside town.


Jack Cummins
LEGAL by Jack Cummins
FINANCIAL Wylie & Bisset
Neil Morrison
Luke Richardson
William Woodburn