Dunning’s Kirkstyle Inn, a family-run pub and restaurant in the former Perthshire capital of the Picts, has been put on the market. Colliers International is instructed to market the premises and is inviting a fixed price of £275,000.

Built some 200 years ago, the inn is located opposite the 12th century St Serfs Church - the only building left standing in Dunning after the first Jacobite rebellion, and its famous Dupplin Cross, a firm favourite with visiting tourists from across the world. 

Featuring a bar with snug, lounge, restaurant and a sizeable beer patio garden, planning consent has also been granted to convert a suite of rooms on the upper floor to a two-bedroom private flat for owners. 
The Kirkstyle Inn has been recognised for its high-quality food and real ales offering and holds an Egon Ronay award, alongside Cask Marque accreditation and The Good Beer Guide recognition. It is being sold by Michael and Susan Lee, who have owned the property and business since 2004. 

Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, commented: “The Kirkstyle Inn is a property full of character, with a well-established level of custom, producing a good level of profitability. With scope to develop the private rooms on the first floor, the property is ideal for resident owners looking for a good business in a popular locality of Scotland.”