A landmark hotel on the West Coast of Scotland has gone up for sale as the owners retire after more than 20 years at the property.
The 9-bedroom Carradale Hotel, situated on the Kintyre Peninsula, is considered a landmark within the Carradale community and is popular with both locals and visitors.
It has been owned by Marcus and Morag Adams since 1992 and on the market with Colliers International for an asking price of £300,000.
Alongside the boutique’s 9 bedrooms, Carradale is home to a restaurant and two bars, as well as a lounge, conservatory and private gardens.
A range of private or staff accommodation is also included in the sale.
Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, said: “The Carradale Hotel has a prominent position on the edge of the village adjacent to what must be one of the most picturesque nine-hole golf courses anywhere in the world. The hotel trades on a seasonal basis from Easter to October, with the exception of the public bar which is open year round. There is scope, therefore, for new owners to consider extending the season.”