It is with great pleasure that CCL bring to the market The Ardyne Guest House, a well-established guest house occupying a prominent coastal location on the Isle of Bute. The thriving island is a prime tourist destination renowned for outstanding landscapes, beautiful views and diverse activities. Bute benefits from high occupancy levels and visitors throughout the season. The property itself dates back to 1875 and has been tastefully upgraded by the current owners to provide 10 individually styled bedrooms, along with spacious owners’ accommodation. On top of a high quality accommodation The Ardyne Guest House enjoys stunning views across Rothesay Bay. This property is being offered in true turn-key fashion, ready for new owners to commence trading immediately.
Beautifully refurbished Victorian Building
On the shore of Rothesay Bay
10 En-Suite Bedrooms
Excellent Owners Accommodation
Solid Trading Figures
The Ardyne Guest House occupies a prominent sea front location a short distance from the ferry terminal in Rothesay. Its raised position overlooking Rothesay Bay, with views towards Loch Striven on one side and the Firth of Clyde on the other, with the benefit of the beautiful rolling hills of Argyll beyond An outstandingly beautiful and historic island, Bute is situated at the heart of the Firth of Clyde, off Scotland's stunning west coast. The island possesses areas of great scenic beauty and has been a popular holiday destination since Victorian times. Due to its proximity to the Gulf Stream, the island enjoys a particularly mild climate and it has become known as the "Madeira of Scotland". Rothesay is the main town on the island and has a population of approximately 5000 with an extensive range of amenities including primary and secondary schooling, shopping, a hospital, swimming pool, sports centre and three golf courses. Regular ferries (Caledonian MacBrayne) operate from Rothesay to Wemyss Bay (35 mins) with Glasgow city centre and the international airport generally reached in about an hour from the ferry terminal. Wemyss Bay has a direct train link to the city centre. A second ferry from Rhubodach, in the north of the island, to Colintraive, allows easy access to Argyll and the West Highlands.
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