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£995k Dumfriesshire four-star hotel comes to market


Blackaddie House Hotel, a luxury four-star hotel with self-contained cottages in the picturesque village of Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire, has been brought to market via Christie & Co at offers over £995k.

The 16th century hotel is set within around 2.5 acres of mature gardens and lawned areas on the banks of the river Nith, in the Dumfries & Galloway countryside.

Blackaddie House Hotel offers six luxurious letting bedrooms and three self-contained river view cottages, a cosy bar, formal restaurant, conservatory and a one bedroom flat.

The hotel’s first class restaurant uses fresh produce grown in the private gardens, and is popular as a wedding and private function destination. The property also features a two-bed owners house, set in a private converted barn.

The sale of Blackaddie House Hotel presents an extremely unique opportunity to acquire a profitable and exclusive hotel business along the highly desirable South West Coastal 300.

Brian Sheldon, Regional Director at Christie & Co, who is handling the sale, noted, “The hotel and restaurant benefit from much repeat business due to its quality of accommodation, location, and the quality of food on offer.

'Whether you stay in the hotel, or in one of the private stylish cottages, there is many things to do within the immediate area or further afield.

'The hotel is popular as a wedding and private function destination with the hotel available on an 'exclusive' basis. There is no doubt that the hotel and restaurant would be ideal for a chef proprietor, much like the two previous owners.”