Offers over, £299,950
Tweedside Hotel, Innerleithen, Scottish Borders
The Tweedside Hotel is a friendly and lively 3 star hotel situated in the charming town of Innerleithen, Scottish borders. Currently operating as a 5 letting room hotel with accompanying public bar the business is operating with good margins and enjoys steady demand from those visiting the local area. The area is particularly well known as a mountain biking centre with a number of world class facilities nearby. The business has undergone a number of refurbishments and the bar and room facilities are both contemporary and well maintained. There is also opportunity to develop this propery into 4 flats, with bar and restaurant still on the ground floor.
Strong trading figures
5 letting rooms
3 star hotel
Popular public bar
Strong demand for accommodation
Freehold Offers Over £299,950
LEASEHOLD OPTION AVAILABLE
The Tweedside Hotel is located in the middle of the charming borders town of Innerleithen. The town lies within the picturesque Tweed Valley where Leithen Water joins the River Tweed and the town is surrounded by beautiful hills which dominate the skyline. The area is renowned for outdoor pursuits, particularly mountain biking as it offers a variety of downhill and forest trials and is close to both the 7 Stanes mountain biking centre at Glentress and Red Bull Innerleithen Mountain bike track.
The area is also popular amongst walkers, golfers and salmon fishing is available on the River Tweed. The picturesque town is well serviced and provides a wide range of amenities including local retail, banking and health services. There is also a primary school in the town whilst secondary education can be found at Peebles. The town of Peebles is a short drive to the West and is a larger settlement offering a wider range of amenities. The Tweedside hotel is also conveniently located only 30miles from Edinburgh and is easily accessible as well as providing a large pool of visitors to the Borders.
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