Excellent Country Inn with Lounge Bar & Restaurant opportunity. Currently closed. Would suit residential re-development (STPP). 4 bedroom owners house adjoining. Neighbouring garage with lapsed Planning Permission for 3 bedroomed house. Car park to side. Attractive gardens to rear including burn. Huge development opportunity. Business development opportunity including conversion of the former lounge bar into alternative use. Close to St. Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife.
The former Kingarroch Inn enjoys a prominent trading position on the northern exit out of the village occupying a prime roadside trading location. There has been an Inn on this site for the last 300 years. Given the tremendous location of the subjects it is envisaged that there is a variety of alternative uses for the business part of the property.
Huge business development opportunity including conversion of the former lounge bar into alternative use. Close to St. Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife.
The availability of the former Kingarroch Inn represents an ideal opportunity for continuation as a popular licensed establishment specialising in the food side of the business or indeed for residential development a slight tweak in terms of offering a more retail or coffee shop type of offering.
Whatever it may be, this is a charming property in one the nicest villages in Fife which is likely to suit a variety of different buyer interests.
Not currently trading.
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The village of Craigrothie is situated in the north-east of Fife close to the village of Ceres and the larger town of Cupar. Craigrothie is located under 10 miles from St. Andrews and close to the charming East Neuk of Fife. The village is also strategically located close to the larger Fife towns of Leven, Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes. Edinburgh, Dundee and Stirling can also be accessed within a one-hour drive.