16 bedroom Hotel in “honeypot” trading location. Beautifully presented & authentic main bar (36), back-to-back “Crusoe” lounge bar (22) & charming first floor restaurant (60) with lounge (8). Car park & pier also included with property. Fantastic coastal location in charming fishing village. Trading strongly and profitably. Huge opportunity for hands-on new owners.
The Crusoe Hotel has been owned by our clients since 2003 during which time they have overseen a continued solid trading performance for the last 15 years. The business trades very well but has huge opportunity to improve under new owners’ hands.
Our clients have lapsed planning permission for a bold refurbishment of the reception and lounge bar areas as well as the bedrooms to make the most of the coastal views. Although this has lapsed this is something that new owners may wish to invest into.
The business is run by our clients with the assistance of a full compliment of staff. A staff list will be made available after a formal viewing.
The business trades exceptionally well with a strong food and beverage trading performance as well as high levels of occupancy especially in the busy summer months.
The rooms trade from busy platforms such as www.booking.com and are let out to a wide variety of parties including tourists, holidaymakers, golfers, fishermen, as well as those visiting and passing through the area.
The business benefits from a unique trading location in one of the most attractive areas of Scotland. A viewing of this business is undoubtedly urged.
Number of employees:
Run by husband and wife team with the assistance of a full compliment of staff.
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The Crusoe Hotel sits at the harbours edge in the quaint, charming, East Neuk fishing village of Lower Largo. The trading location for the hotel is arguably one of the most scenic and dramatic in Scotland with the hotel perched harbour & beachside overlooking the Firth of Forth.
Lower Largo and the East Neuk of Fife is a popular holiday and second home location dominated by the pretty villages of Lower Largo, Pittenweem, St. Monans, Crail, Elie and Anstruther.