Elderslie Bed & Breakfast is a modern warm and welcoming family run bed and breakfast that occupies an elevated position in the beautiful town of Oban. With 8 letting rooms (7 en-suite) the business is easily managed and generates healthy profits. Operating for 6 months of the year this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a true lifestyle business in a stunning location.
8 letting rooms
Excellent reputation and reviews
Popular tourist route
Well-furnished and presented
Elderslie is an established guest house benefiting from an excellent reputation and subsequent strong reviews. The modern buildings provides 7 en suite letting rooms all decorated and maintained to an excellent standard and 1 single room with private shower room. The strong tourist trade in the town ensures demand is high for quality accommodation and repeat bookings are common. The business operates from April through to September and trades just beneath the VAT threshold. July and August are peak times and occupancy levels reach 100%. Room prices vary from £42 -£56 for a single, £65-£88 for double and £102 to £140 for a family room. All rooms have been recently refurbished and benefit from Freeview TV and hospitality trays. The business is run by the owners with part time housekeeping assistance as and when required during peak season. Elderslie has its own website with integrated booking facility and also utilises booking.com. The business benefits from excellent online customer reviews.
Elderslie Bed & Breakfast occupies an elevated position above the picturesque town of Oban and the Firth of Lorn. The quiet and peaceful suburban setting is located on Soroba Road, approximately 1 mile form the centre of Oban. The town of Oban occupies a beautiful location situated in a tranquil bay protected from the full force of the sea by the Isle of Kerrera. Known as the gateway to the Isles, beyond Oban lie the islands of the Inner Hebrides: Lismore, Mull and the mountains of the Morvern peninsula. Further beyond are the islands of Iona, Coll, Colonsay and Tiree making Oban an ideal and popular destination. Ferries to the islands are available from the towns ferry terminal. Oban is the principal town of North Argyll and has a good range of facilities and amenities. The tourist industry is major source of income for the town and accounts for a surge in population and visitors during the warmer months. There are plenty of activities typically revolving around outdoor activities and water sports are available for both visitors and residents of Oban and the county of Argyll and Bute is home to some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery. Further afield the city of Glasgow can be reached in roughly 2 hours providing the facilities of a major city including an airport. Trains also connect Oban with Glasgow Queen Street.