Prime trading location
13 letting rooms
Popular lounge bar
Cafe bar with seating for approximately 60
Function suite licensed for 200
Strong trading figures and excellent margins
Freehold Sale- Fixed Price £350,000
Seperate Bunkhouse available via seperate negotiation
Grade B Listed
The Gordon Arms Hotel is a family run business that has be run by the current owners for over 17 years. It is very popular with both locals, business travellers and tourists during the summer months.
There are 13 ensuite letting rooms that currently account for approximately 20% of revenue. They are all of a comfortable standard with colour TV’s, hair dryers and tea and coffee making facilities. Throughout the winter many of the rooms are taken by contractors and during the summer months tourists and travellers make up the majority of guests. Room rates vary between £ 42.00 and £70.00. With the exception of their own website no online booking platform is used( such as booking.com).
There are 2 bars, a lounge bar which is accessed from the main entrance. It has 38 covers and is mainly used now for serving light lunches and evening meals. It is equipped with a full bar. The second bar is Highlander Cafe Bar. This has a completely separate entrance from the main square and is very popular with locals. It has a good range of ales and lagers, serves food and light snacks and also has a games area. Bar sales account for approximately 31% of sales.
The function room is underutilised. Accessed from the hotel it has its own kitchen, bar and can accommodate 200 guests. A targeted marketing campaign could significantly increase revenues for this area of the business.
The dining room, with 60 covers, on the first floor overlooks the square. Mainly used for breakfast it is used as a Restaurant at the weekends. There is also a private dining area. Food sales account for nearly 42% of revenues.
Huntly is a very important market down in the beautiful rolling countryside of Aberdeenshire. Of historic importance Huntly is strategically located alongside the main A96 road, near equal distance from both Aberdeen and Inverness. The town is also served by a main line railway station on the Aberdeen to Inverness line and has an hourly bus service between the two. The area surrounding Huntly is renowned for not only its beautiful country side but also its fertile land and is agriculturally very productive and steeped in farming tradition. A great number of local businesses support the local farming sector which in turn supports the local economy. Huntly has a very active community and High Street offering a number of amenities and facilities including supermarkets, butchers, bakers, dentists and doctors. The town also has its own primary and secondary schools, including the famous Gordon Schools which dates back 175 years. Huntly Castle is a popular attraction on the Aberdeenshire Castle Heritage Trail, attracting tourists all year round to see the site which served as a baronial residence for centuries. The area lends itself to a wide range of outdoor sporting activity, from Nordic skiing to salmon fishing and from hill walking to stalking. A more leisurely pursuit is visiting and sampling the many wonderful local distilleries.
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