B&Bs for sale in Scotland

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THRIVING BED & BREAKFAST GUEST HOUSE IN ABERDEEN 'POTENTIAL USE FOR CARE...

Long established & TripAdvisor highly rated guest house - Extremely well fitted & presented detached premises - 10 lovely en-suite & standard rooms - Fully equipped for Disabilities & easily be converted to Care/Children's Care home with the...

Location: Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, Scotland

Search categories: Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Hotels and Motels, Residential Care Homes, Investment Properties

  • F/H Price £450,000 plus SAV offers invited
FULLY LICENSED FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE/ RESTAURANT/HOTEL & FUNCTION VENUE IN...

Outstanding opportunity to acquire popular hostelry with excellent year-round trade operating from impressive detached landmark character premises in large grounds offering spacious & extremely well fitted bar/dining/games/function room...

Location: Lossiemouth, Moray, Scotland

Search categories: Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Hotels and Motels, Public Houses, Investment Properties

  • F/H Price £530,000 plus SAV
FREEHOLD SEASIDE VILLAGE PUBLIC HOUSE/B&B ON FIFE COAST

Old established & locally unopposed hub of close-knit community life with good steady year-round regular trade operating from landmark character premises with spacious & well fitted bar/games facilities & 3 comfortable B&B guest rooms on...

Location: Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland

Search categories: Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Public Houses

  • F/H Price £330,000 plus SAV
TOP RATED B&B ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF DUNDEE

Long established guest house run single handed from charming stone-built semi detached period premises with 7 lovely en-suite guest rooms & extremely well appointed communal & ancillary facilities in popular coastal suburb with good steady...

Location: Dundee, Dundee City, Scotland

Search categories: Tourist attractions, Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Hotels and Motels, Tourism Services

  • F/H Price £435,000
Guest House based Dumfries & Galloway

Long established concern run from impressive detached character prop with 9 lovely en-suite guest rooms/spacious communal areas & generous surrounding grounds with car park/ gardens & putting green in excellent commercial location. Wonderful...

Location: Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Search categories: Golf courses, Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Leisure businesses, Tourism Services

  • F/H Price £325,000
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Hotel, Restaurant & Bar - Carnoustie, Angus

Hotel, Restaurant & Bar Carnoustie, Angus - A prominent position in prosperous coastal town centre - Impressive detached landmark character premises with large grounds - Stylish and spacious bar and dining facilities - al la carte...

Location: Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland

Search categories: Restaurants, Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses, Hotels and Motels, Public Houses

  • F/H Price £695,999 Offers Considred

Buying a B&B in Scotland

Scotland’s rich cultural history and breathtaking geography make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the British Isles. The Scottish tourism industry is worth over £4.3 billion per annum, employing almost 200,000 people, many of whom work in the thousands of B&Bs, guest houses and boutique hotels that cater to the constant year-round stream of local and international tourists.

When buying a B&B in Scotland, it’s vital to ensure that the location and the number of bedrooms contained in the property will match your ambitions for the business. If you are looking for a business that will supplement your retirement in a picturesque location, then it’s best to look for a well-located B&B with a small number of good bedrooms and a history of high occupancy rates. Bear in mind that if you’re searching for a springpad to launch your hospitality empire, then a scenic location may not be in your favour; you need a location that’s going to enable you to grow the business if required, and the planning laws in National Parks and other idyllic natural locations will make it hard to extend or rebuild existing premises. 

Some tourists are attracted to parts of Scotland specifically because of its remoteness, so don’t be discouraged from buying a B&B if it seems a long way from airports & towns – the audited accounts should illustrate a proven track record of earnings, which may be in line with your ambitions.

Always look at the online reviews for the B&B that you are planning to buy. Bad reviews shouldn’t necessarily be deal-breakers if you believe that you have the skills and energy to turn around a history of poor service or shabby décor, although some factors – like the location or structural condition of the B&B – may prove harder to mend. Talk to the current owner of the business about how they have been trying to handle complaints, and you’ll soon know if there are things that you can do to improve the B&B’s reputation once you take it over.