An 18th century coaching inn in Fife has been put up for sale by its well-known businessman owner, for over £995,000.
The Lomond Hills Hotel in Fife is being sold by licensee Ronnie Dick, who plans to concentrate on other business interests and developments following the sale.
Occupying a high profile location in the centre of the village of Freuchie near Cupar, the Lomond Hills Hotel was established in 1733 as a coaching inn.
Throughout its history it has seen a number of changes and improvements and now consists of 24 bedrooms, a bar, restaurants, lounges and a function room.
The property now also comes complete with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and a gym.
Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, in charge of the sale, said: “The Lomond Hills Hotel has everything you would expect of a village hotel and more beyond. The full range of facilities and the good number of bedrooms are all well complemented by the addition of the leisure facility. All of this ensures that it attracts a range of tourists and visitors to Fife, as well as considerable commercial custom. It is also popular with locals.”