A Perthshire hotelier who has spent almost two decades at the helm of his 12-bed boutique is looking to sell up and retire from the trade.
Andrew Low has owned Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans near Crieff, since 1999 and he has now put the property on the market for the first time in 30 years in a bid to retire from the hotel business altogether.
The Four Seasons Hotel has been well maintained over the years, being rewarded with an 83% AA three-star grade and 2 AA Rosettes for its dining.
Alongside its 12 bedrooms, the hotel is home to a bar, restaurant and lounge, as well as two acres of land that overlooks the Loch Earn. In addition it comes with six detached chalet lodges in woods to the rear, plus a five-room flat for resident owners, a self-catering flat for letting purposes and extensive staff accommodation including a flat and a staff block.
The property is on the market with Colliers International for offers in excess of £900,000.
Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, said: “The Four Seasons Hotel is a very well-known and quality destination hotel in a beautiful and sought after part of the Perthshire countryside. The business has been maintained very well over the years, sustaining quality gradings for both accommodation and food.
“Trading seasonally from March to December, the business is very well established and is an ideal purchase for hoteliers, whether they are experienced or first timers to the hotel trade.”