A family-run hotel overlooking the fifth oldest golf course in the world has been marketed for £ 750,000.
Corporate real estate consultant Christie & Co has been commissioned to sell the Gray Harlings Hotel, to East Links in Montrose.
Christie & Co said the Gray Harlings Hotel, offering nine en-suite bedrooms, “offers spectacular views of the historic Montrose Golf Links – the fifth oldest course in the world” and is just steps from the waterfront. city sea.
The charming hotel has a lounge, a bar and a restaurant, a beer garden with a capacity of 60 people and a car park. The ground floor has a small gym which can be converted into a double bedroom if needed, the estate agent said.
Tony Spence, Sales Agent at Christie & Co, said: “We are delighted to market the opportunity to acquire a popular business within Montrose, which our clients have owned for over 15 years. The business benefits from multiple sources of income, operating as a hotel with a bar and restaurant, while the guest lounge also provides a source of income for small functions and events. The company is well-followed on Facebook and Instagram and also has fantastic reviews on TripAdvisor and Google. ”
The hotel is sold for a frank price of £ 750,000.