Huntly Hotel, a popular venue with locals and visitors to the Aberdeenshire market town, is being marketed by the Edinburgh office of hotel and licensed property specialists Colliers International at an “attractive price” of offers around £275,000. The hotel, an imposing three-storey stone property situated in the main square of Huntly, features ten letting bedrooms, main bar area with bar lounge, dining room, lounge bar and function room. Included in the sale is a spacious four-bedroom flat for owners, as well as two-bedroom staff accommodation.

Alistair Letham, a director with selling agents Colliers International, commented: “The Huntly Hotel has long been a feature on the local landscape of hostelries in Huntly and has fulfilled an important role in the local community through its food and beverage activities and providing accommodation for a range of visitors – commercial and tourists alike. The availability of the Huntly Hotel at this attractive price is a great opportunity for any purchaser looking for a good little business, and a home, in a busy rural Aberdeenshire town.”

Huntly is located next to the A96, between Aberdeen and Inverness, and boasts its own castle, livestock auction mart and mainline railway station.  The area abounds with sources of activity, ranging from outdoor field sportsmen or those on the historic castle trail.

Acting on behalf of the trustee in the sequestration of the Huntly Hotel, Rebecca Cruickshank and Gordon Cruickshank, represented by KPMG LLP, selling agents Colliers International are inviting offers around £275,000 for the Huntly Hotel, 18 The Square, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, AB54 8BR.