18th Century former Drovers Inn with restaurant & bar
8 ensuite letting rooms plus private owner's accomodation
T/O y/e 2019 £297,185
Perthshire Highlands location
The Strathardle Inn is an18th century former Drovers Inn, currently a guest house with 8 letting rooms, restaurant and bar, set in a mixture of woodland and open fields within the hills of the Perthshire Highlands. T/O y/e 2019 £297,185. FREEHOLD
The Strathardle Inn is on the banks of the River Ardle, in the picturesque village of Kirkmichael. It is a walkers paradise with over 10 miles of circular footpaths and is the first stopover point on the 64 mile Cateran Trail. The Strathardle Inn benefits from being quite central and therefore has a strong summer tourist season with frequent returning guests as well as also benefiting out of season by being close to several local shooting estates as well as the Glenshee ski resort.
The restaurant has 26 covers with the bar area a further 20 is available. There is a large beer garden with 8 picnic benches seating 4-8 per bench, along the side and front of the Inn. The car park can hold 15 plus cars at the side entrance.
It is an Inn with a busy restaurant and bar which attracts locals and tourists staying in the area as well as a number of passing trade and returning guests. With a turnover of £297,185 year ending 2019 this could be increased by updating the adjoining outbuilding and barn.
This is a substantial Victorian building, being used as a Drover's Inn for hundreds of years with an outstanding location with stunning views, with over 3 acres of land including 200m fishing rights for trout on the river ardle within their grounds.
Summary. Bruce & Co are delighted to bring to market this 18th century Inn set within the Perthshire Highlands, we do expect a high level of interest and we suggest an early viewing is a must as to not be disappointed. Will need some investment to standardise the house.
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