Luxurious five star accommodation
Tastefully refurbished 2011
5 double letting rooms
Beautiful mature gardens
Lapsed planning for chalets
Offers Over £795,000
The Old Ministers House is a luxury 5 star guest house in a prime location on the edge of Aviemore next to the Rothiemurchus Estate. The property is located on the main road to the Cairngorm ski resort. It has been runs as a Guest House since 2000 when it was sold by the Church of Scotland. The current owner took the business over in 2011 and has completely refurbished the property. It operates throughout the year with rooms rates from £120 during the low season for single occupancy and £145 for double occupancy. From May through to September these rates increase to £125 and £150 per night. The price includes a delicious breakfast cooked to order using locally sourced produce. Gourmet pack lunches are offered as an extra for guests exploring the area. There is a great demand for evening meals which could significantly increase revenues. The business is fully licenced and operates an honesty bar from the guest lounge.
There is a high demand for rooms throughout the year and The Old Ministers House is popular with skiers in the winter months and those enjoying outdoor pursuits in the warmer months. The business has an excellent reputation and benefits greatly from much repeat business. There are excellent reviews on Trip Advisor and other online booking sites.
There is lapsed planning permission for the erection of 3 self-catering chalets in the grounds of the property.
The Old Ministers House is located in Rothiemurchus on the edge of Aviemore in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park in the Scottish Highlands. This area is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scotland with plenty of things to do and see all year round. A few miles from the Cairngorms ski slope Aviemore is a hive of activity in the winter months for those taking part in the abundance of available snow sports. Walking, climbing, biking and water sports attract many other visitors during the summer months. There are plenty of award winning attractions close by. Aviemore has an excellent range of amenities including a high street with a number well-known brands, supermarket, doctor’s surgery, and primary schooling. Secondary education is available in Granton-on-Spey or Kinguisse. As a tourist destination there a large number of hotels, cafes, restaurants and bars.
With a main line railway station and close proximity to the A9 Aviemore offers excellent transport links to the rest of Scotland. Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is some 30 miles to the north and benefits from a greater range of facilities and services. Inverness airport offers a number of daily flights throughout the UK, to London and to mainland Europe.
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