Offers Over, £495,000
67-69 East High Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland
FREEHOLD SALE - CCL is delighted to bring to market The chapelbank Hotel and Bistro, a small boutique hotel situated in a prime trading location in the heart of Forfar, a thriving market town in the centre of Angus. The business offers modern accommodation in a beautiful Victorian House, with four beautifully styled and luxurious en-suite letting rooms. The popular Bistro is a thriving success and renowned for outstanding food. This sale represents an ideal opportunity to purchase a highly regarded business presented in true walk in fashion.
Prime trading location.
Tripadvisor Certificate of excellence
4 Luxury en suite letting rooms.
2 bed owner’s accommodation
Strong trading figures and excellent margins.
High occupancy levels
Exceptionally presented and maintained.
Private car park
Owner Finance available
Part Exchange may be considered
Offers Over £495,000
Located in the centre of Forfar on the town’s East High Street, The Chapelbank is one of the most central Hotels and eating establishments and benefits from its prominent trading location. Situated two minutes from the A90, a major north to south road in eastern Scotland, the property is well services with excellent road and public transport networks and offers easy access for Aberdeen and Dundee.
This lively market town is the administrative centre of Angus Council with industry, agriculture and tourism playing a significant role in the town’s economy. Forfar boasts a range of local amenities, facilities and services which includes a number of primary and secondary schools.
Forfar is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding area of Angus with its outstanding scenery, host of historical, cultural, outdoor and leisure pursuits. On offer are rolling countryside, idyllic beaches, rugged glens, championship golf courses, seaside towns, market burghs, turreted castles and ancient relics to explore. The area boasts the most extensive and diverse tourist trade.
DISCLAIMER: Whilst the foregoing particulars are believed to be correct, they are not guaranteed and do not form part of any contract. Prospective purchasers are required to satisfy themselves as to the correctness of the Particulars.