A major hotel in mainland Britain’s northernmost town has been put up for sale, with offers being invited around £1,100,000.
The Royal Hotel, which is being marketed by Colliers International, is located on the main street in Thurso, Scotland.
It almost occupies an entire block and consists of 103 bedrooms, a dining room, lounges, bar and brasserie.
It is being sold by London-based property investors, who bought the Royal in 2005 as part of a move into northern Britain and is now looking to rationalise their property portfolio.
Thurso is a busy and sizeable community, with a railway terminus and the main ferry point to Orkney.
Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, said: “The Royal Hotel is a well established business in the centre of Thurso and draws its custom from a mixture of commercial, leisure trade and local business. It has a solid base of turnover and good levels of profit and is ideal for experienced hoteliers or for a small group looking to add to its existing portfolio.”