Selling agent Colliers International is inviting offers around £875,000 for the completely renovated and upgraded former Georgian coaching inn, which features nine bedrooms, including a three-room suite, lounge bar, dining room, beer garden and a two-bedroom private flat for owners. 

The hotel and restaurant was recently named a winner in the Bargain category in the TripAdvisor 2014 Travelers’ Choice® awards, which identifies the world’s most outstanding properties. Reaffirming its continued popularity, the Kirklands continues to be rated five out of five by several hundred visitors to the travel review website.

The Kirklands Hotel is being sold by Anthony and Shona Clifford. Since purchasing the property in 2007, they have invested heavily in the property, creating an excellent modern style business, which has also been rewarded with VisitScotland 3 Gold Stars, reserved for businesses that “have really gone the extra mile for their visitors, achieving the very highest levels of excellence”.  Kinross is situated in the heart of Fife, with the Kirklands prominently location in the town’s High Street, offering easy access to M90 and the north and south of Scotland.

Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, commented: “The Kirklands Hotel is a well-established and very profitable business in this popular and busy town of Kinross. The property has been extensively renovated and the reward of the investment is self-evident through the excellent trading performance.”

Colliers International is inviting offers around £875,000 for the Kirklands Hotel, 20 High Street, Kinross.