The Osprey Hotel is a 3* business situated in Kingussie in the centre of the spectacular Scottish Highlands. The business currently operates with 8 guest bedrooms, excellent guest facilities and pleasant owner’s accommodation. The surrounding Cairngorm National Park provides exceptional local scenery which is one of the main attractions for the many tourists that visit the area each year. Despite the tranquil Highland feel the business is easily accessed and enjoys close proximity to the A9 and a mainline Railway Station. The business is currently trading well and prospective owners could commence immediate trading building upon an already successful model.
Versatile and spacious rooms
Good owner’s accommodation
8 letting rooms
Located with Cairngorm National Park
Wonderful lifestyle opportunity
Offers over £350,000
The Osprey Hotel is situated in a great position just off the main Newtonmore road which runs through the town from the nearby A9 towards Newtonmore and Fort William. The property is positioned a two minute walk from the railway station opposite a picturesque local park. Kingussie is situated in the heart of Highland Scotland and enjoys being within the Cairngorm National Park and next to the picturesque River Spey. Unsurprisingly the area is particularly attractive with a great deal of outdoor pursuits and wildlife easily accessible from the Hotel. Given the location, walking, cycling, photography and snow sports are all popular activities. The Osprey Hotel is very well positioned centrally for onward journeys to Caithness, Sutherland, Orkney or the West Coast whilst nearby in the town guests can enjoy a number of dining and entertainment facilities. The A9 and mainline railway station both mean the town is very easily accessible and Edinburgh can be reached by car in approximately 2 ½ hours whilst Inverness can be reached in under an hour.
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