Offers around, £315,000
Dunedin Guest House, 17 Bogie Street, Huntly, Aberdeenshire
A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire a well performing 8 letting room guest house in the centre of the historic market town of Huntly. This family run business is reluctantly placed on the market as the owner’s wish to retire.
In addition to the en-suite letting rooms Dunedin Guest House also has the benefit of 2 self-catering apartments located at the rear of the property. Huntly is an ideal location to run a guest house given its close proximity to the A96, which connects Inverness and Aberdeen, and the many tourists that visit the area to explore the Whisky Trail, Cairngorm National Park and the multitude of outdoor activities available close by. This is an easily managed business that is popular all year round.
Well performing Guest House
Strong trading figures
7 En-suite letting rooms
1 Single partially en-suite
2 Self-catering buildings
Spacious owner’s accommodation
Potential for growth
Offers around £315,000
Dunedin Guest House is located in the centre of Huntly, a charming and very important market town in the beautiful rolling countryside of Aberdeenshire. Of historic significance Huntly is strategically located alongside the main A96 road, near equal distance from both Aberdeen and Inverness. The town is also served by a main line railway station on the Aberdeen to Inverness line and has an hourly bus service between the two.
The area surrounding Huntly is renowned for not only its beautiful country side but also its fertile land and is agriculturally very productive and steeped in farming tradition. A great number of local businesses support the local farming sector which in turn supports the local economy. Huntly has a very active community and High Street offering a number of amenities and facilities including supermarkets, butchers, bakers, dentists and doctors. The town also has its own primary and secondary school the famous Gordon Schools which dates back 175 years and two Nurseries. Huntly Castle is a popular attraction on the Aberdeenshire Castle Heritage Trail, attracting tourists all year round to see the site which served as a baronial residence for centuries.
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