A HOTEL on the banks of Loch Fyne in Argyll has come onto the market for the first time in over 50 years
The Ken Bridge Hotel is said to have developed an “excellent reputation” under its current owners, who have operated the business for 18 years .
The hotel comprises 12 en suite letting bedrooms, as well as “spacious” public rooms and grounds, which extend to more than two acres .
A former Italian restaurant in Newhaven, Edinburgh, has been snapped up by a Dumfries-based operator .
Resilient operators have weathered various cost pressures so far .
An 18th century coaching inn in the East Neuk of Fife has come onto the market .
Veteran operators move into Pitlochry hotels market .
Newly refurbished and upgraded hotel on market
A NEW owner is aiming for victory after securing the leasehold to the former Sportsters nightclub in Perth.
AN experienced operator is said to have wasted no time in snapping up the leasehold for the Beer Café bar in Glasgow’s Merchant City.