The property is in immaculate condition throughout, boasting a number of interesting features, a unique personality and an exquisite garden. This extensive Victorian property provides 4 individually styled letting rooms (3 en-suite, 1 with private bathroom) and spacious 4 bed owner’s accommodation on the upper floor.
The business is well placed being situated in a prime tourist destination in the West Highlands of Scotland which is renowned for outstanding landscapes and diverse activities. Crieff is a thriving town benefiting from high demands for occupancy throughout the year with thousands of hikers, cyclists and adventure tourists descending upon the area.
This is a well performing business that has seen both investment and growth and offers an excellent opportunity for prospective purchasers to acquire a profitable business in a much sought after location. Demand for its services throughout the year is high!
Well performing Guest House
8 bedroom Victorian dwellinghouse
Prime tourist location
High turnover and good margins
Strong repeated trade and high occupancy levels
Great growth potential
4 Letting rooms (3 en-suite)
4 Bed owner’s accommodation
Well-equipped Commercial Kitchen
Distinctive, artistic character
Amazing lifestyle business opportunity
Private car park
Substantial attractive grounds
2 bed flat by separate negotiation
Offers Over £475,000
Galvelmore House is a well established 8bedroom property with a great reputation for comfortable accommodation and is a favoured retreat for the many visitors who frequent the town. Situated in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, the affluent town of Crieff is a popular tourist destination that sees consistently high visitor levels annually.
Owner operated, this is an easily managed and well run business trading all year round maintaining high occupancy levels and generating high levels of advanced bookings in place for the coming season. Accommodation is offered on B&B basis with 4 letting rooms. Incorporating some of the owner’s bedrooms and the introduction of a liquor license would be welcomed and a great opportunity to increase revenue by operating as a boutique hotel.
The hospitality industry remains a high value and sustainable sector in the area with Crieff being an ideal base for visiting many of Scotland’s major tourism destinations. The town is a key stop off point for the thousands of leisure and recreational visitors who frequent the area due to the tourist facilities on offer. Demand for accommodation during peak season is high and Galvelmore House is ideally situated to take full advantage and meet that requirement.
The business maintains a consistent trade with a strong turnover while the property is in immaculate condition throughout. New owners will be able to commence immediate trading and benefit from a healthy income whilst enjoying the enviable lifestyle of living in one of the most beautiful areas in the whole of Scotland.
There is a 2 bedroom self catering flat on the lower ground floor that is available by separate negotiation. This would be ideal for additional income or alternative owners accommodation.
Galvelmore House is ideally situated in the stunning and tranquil West Highlands of Scotland, one of the most picturesque locations in central Scotland and the ‘outdoor’ capital of the UK. Nestled beneath the south Perthshire hills in Crieff, the guest house occupies a central location in the vicinity of the local amenities, facilities and services which includes restaurants, shops, private and state primary and secondary schools. The small traditional town boasts an extensive tourist trade and hospitality sector, offering a wide range of activities and entertainment to both locals and visitors.
The business offers a superb base for exploring Argyllshire, Perthshire and The Highlands with the town being a perfect location for all outdoor pursuits. The surrounding area boasts mountains, glens, forests and lochs, all of which provide an abundance of recreational activities and opportunities to explore. It’s also home to the world renowned Crieff Highland Games, Scotland’s oldest distillery, Glenturret Distillery and the famed Gleneagles Hotel and golf-course is a ten minute drive away. Whether golfing, fishing, mountain biking, or hiking, the surrounding areas have it all and thus boasts an extensive tourist trade and hospitality sector.
The town is located 18 miles west of Perth on the A85 (Perth-Oban major trunk road) and is extremely well serviced with good road and rail networks providing links to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and their respective airports. Edinburgh airport in particular is an hour drive from Crieff.
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