Offers Over, £290,000
Bon Accord, New Scapa Road, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands
Attractive Orkney Bed and Breakfast located 5 minutes from Kirwall centre. CCL Property Ltd are delighted to offer for sale the Bon Accord Bed and Breakfast a 4 letting room business located in close proximity to the main hospital. It is an easily managed business and ideally located on New Scapa Road to capture all the passing trade from the ferry at St Margarets Hope. Operating at Scottish Tourist Board 3* level, and with an excellent reputation and customer reviews, this business offers the ideal opportunity for those wanting to operate a successful business on the beautiful mainland of Orkney.
Scottish Tourist Board’s 3star
4 letting rooms (3 en-suite)
5 minute walk from Kirkwall centre
Prime trading location
Easy access to the town centre
Private car park
Offers over £290,000
Bon Accord Bed and Breakfast is situated on New Scapa road, a predominately residential area 5 minutes from the centre of Kirkwall. The road is the main road into the island from St Margaret’s Hope and the mainland ferry service. It occupies a pleasant and elevated position above the town yet within easy reach of all amenities. Kirkwall is the capital of the Orkney Islands and subsequently acts as the commercial and administrative center. The settlement offers typical business, recreational and educational facilities and is also a lively location for retail and leisure activities. One of the town’s most attractive features is its rich and diverse history and a number of impressive buildings including the sandstone St Magnus Cathedral are features of the town. The presence of a busy harbour and airport mark Kirkwall as the arrival point for ferries from Shetland and Aberdeen as well as cruise ships and ferries connecting the other islands in the archipelago. Combined with flights to the UK mainland it all ensures there is healthy demand for accommodation in Kirkwall and the surrounding area.
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