A Perthshire hotel with attractive boutique potential has been placed on the market for £2.4m.
Pine Trees Hotel in Pitlochry is surrounded by Tummel Valley’s breathtaking parks and many attractions, and sits on 10 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland in one of the busiest tourist destinations in Scotland.
The sale of Pine Trees Hotel includes the main hotel and four additional detached properties, offering a total of 29 uniquely designed bedrooms to travellers of both business and pleasure.
The current owners have fostered a “favourable reputation” for the four-star hotel, according to Christie & Co, which is handling the sale of the 125-year old Victorian mansion.
The newly renovated main building includes a guest lounge, as well as a bar and a garden restaurant, maintained at an exceptionally high standard.
Stuart Drysdale, associate director in the Hotel and Hospitality department at Christie & Co commented: “Pine Trees Hotel offers a fantastic opportunity for a new owner to maintain an already successful business. However, there are opportunities for growth, The Main House, now partially used as the owners’ accommodation, could be utilised to expand either owner or guest accommodations. The hotel also has tremendous opportunity to prosper in wedding and function business.”
The freehold of Pine Trees Hotel is available for £2.4M.