In the centre of Perth, a short distance from both the railway and bus station, is Woodlea Guest House a charming Victorian building where guests can enjoy the close proximity to the wide variety of independent shops and restaurants. Previously run as a boutique hotel Woodlea has 13 letting rooms and large dining room. The business could easily be expanded to utilise the alcohol licence and by opening to non-residents for teas and coffees, lunches and evening meals. Woodlea is being sold with the benefit of a stunning 4 bed owners’ apartment that is connected to the main house. There is a lovely, enclosed garden at the rear of the property.
Located in the City Centre of Perth, Woodlea benefits from its prominent trading location in York Place, a short distance from the main bus and railway station with connection to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness.
Perth is an attractive and bustling city in the heart of Scotland and offers great links to the central belt. The city offers a wide range of services and amenities including shopping, business, and leisure facilities together with multiple primary and secondary schools, a university and health care facilities including a hospital. There are local independent retailers in the city as well as well-known retailers and a thriving shopping centre which offers a wide variety of retail and eatery outlets.
Perth is a great city which offers close links to Glasgow (60 miles) and Edinburgh (43 miles) whilst also offering good links to more rural towns such as Gleneagles and Loch Lomond National Park. The city benefits from being along the River Tay meaning you are only a stone throw away from scenic walks and views. Whilst the town is busy and popular, Perth still maintains a historic landscape, meaning the city benefits from modern and timeless entities intertwined. The city has amenities of a characteristic museum, a castle, two excellent art galleries and a visitor centre.
The hospitality industry remains a high value and sustainable sector in Perth with the city being a popular destination for tourists. Demand for short, weekend and long stay accommodation is high and Woodlea is ideally situated to take full advantage and meet that requirement.