Offers Over, £960,000
The Wellwood Guest House, West Moulin Road, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross
CCL are delighted to bring to market the tastefully refurbished and stunning Wellwood Guest House that occupies a prominent and elevated position within the beautiful town of Pitlochry. The thriving town is a prime tourist destination and benefits from very high occupancy levels and visitors throughout the year. The property is in immaculate condition throughout and has been furnished to the highest standards. Fully licensed, and with a large well equipped commercial kitchen, there is a great opportunity for new owners to expand the business and cater for weddings and other events.
Victorian Manor Guest House
4 Star accredited accommodation
Prime tourist location
10 En-suite letting rooms
2 Bed owner’s accommodation
2.5 acre woodland garden
Well-equipped professional kitchens
Parking for 12 cars.
Grade C Listing
Offers Over £960,000
The Wellwood Guest House is situated in one of the most picturesque locations in the centre of Scotland. Set in two and a half acres of woodland grounds and, with its elevated position, enjoys panoramic views along the Vale of Atholl and across to Ben Vrackie.
The property is located a short walk from the town centre with its many amenities including excellent restaurants and shops. The small traditional town boasts an extensive tourist trade and hospitality sector, offering a wide range of activities and entertainment to both locals and visitors.
The Perthshire Highlands provide an abundance of recreational activities with opportunities to explore surrounding mountains, glens and forests. The area is also home to the world renowned Highland Games.
The town is located just off the A9 and is extremely well serviced with good road networks providing links to Perth (26 miles), Edinburgh (70 miles), Glasgow (83 miles) and Inverness (86 Miles) and their respective airports. Pitlochry is also serviced with a railway station sitting on the main Inverness-London line.
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