An immaculate Country House Hotel set within approximately 16 acres of ground. 14 ensuite bedrooms, bar & restaurant. Attractive Georgian property. 2 cottages (currently used as letting accommodation). Main building dates from 1810. Full service Hotel.
An exceptionally well presented Country House Hotel situated in 16 acres of ground on the attractive northern coast of Scotland.
The availability of Forss House Hotel represents a superb opportunity for a motivated purchaser to escape the rat race and acquire their own piece of tranquillity as well as acquire a well performing hotel business in this unspoilt area of Scotland.
Forss House comes complete with 14 ensuite letting bedrooms, bar, restaurant, 16 acres of ground as well as 2 cottages. The business operates all year round and trades very successfully from accommodation, food & beverage and function trade with the restaurant currently boasting two AA rosettes.
If this business is of interest to you, please request full Sales Particulars or alternatively contact Cornerstone Business Agents on 0131 445 7222 or by email to email@example.com.
Number of bedrooms: 14
Forss House Hotel is situated at Bridge of Forss, approximately 3 and a half miles west of the town of Thurso and close to the A836. The hotel enjoys a private setting in approximately 16 acres of ground on an elevated site above a meander of the River Forss with views to the north-west. The hotel is approached by a private tarmacadam driveway and set in an area of mature woodland.
Thurso, which is Scotland’s most northerly town, is located approximately 3.5 miles to the east of the property on the north coast of Caithness. There are hospitals, secondary schools and swimming pools in both Thurso and Wick.
The area is renowned for its rich history, wide open spaces, big skies and spectacular terrain of mountains, lochs, coastline and beaches. The fauna and flora is abundant and diverse from whales, porpoises and seals to birds of prey, deer and rare plant life. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy mountain biking, walking, kayaking, surfing, golfing and traditional country sports including a choice of some great salmon fishing, the best of Europe’s trout fishing and sea angling which has attracted World Championships. John o’Groats, one of Scotland’s best known attractions is located approximately 25 miles to the east.
Nearby Scrabster is a gateway to the ever popular Orkney Islands and there are regular ferry services. There are also regular bus and rail services available from Thurso and there are flights from Wick to Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
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