The Edinburgh office of leading hotel and licensed property specialist Colliers International is inviting offers of around £550,000, £400,000 and £800,000 respectively for the three hotels. Widely recognised as one of Scotland’s premier tourist destinations, Isle of Skye has been rated the fourth best island in the world by National Geographic magazine, in recognition of its wild landscapes and historic links.
The four-star Broadford Hotel, centrally located in the village of Broadford, is one of the oldest continuously operating inns/hotels in Scotland, reputedly dating from the mid-17th century. The hotel features accommodation of 11 letting bedrooms, bistro/restaurant, dining room, two bars. Plans are available for a 17-bedroom and small leisure facility extension.
A fine Georgian, former laird’s, house, Marmalade at Portree House is set in its own private garden grounds. With a superb elevated position overlooking Portree town, the bay and the Cuillin mountains in the distance, Marmalade provides accommodation of eight letting bedrooms, bistro/restaurant and lounge bar. Plans have been prepared to extend the property to add on a further 18 rooms.
The Bosville Hotel, a four-star hotel situated in the heart of Portree, offers 19 letting bedrooms, a lounge bar and two restaurants renowned for their award winning cuisine. Included with the Bosville is a separate cottage, which also offers spectacular views of Portree bay and harbour.
Alistair Letham, a Director with selling agents Colliers International, commented: “The availability of these three hotels on the Isle of Skye offers a wonderful opportunity for anyone seeking well established businesses with good levels of turnover and the joy of island life in North West Scotland. All three hotels are in good condition throughout and have good levels of established custom”.
Selling agents Colliers International are inviting offers around £800,000 for Bosville Hotel, Bosville Terrace, Portree, Isle of Skye, IV51 9DG; offers around £400,000 for Marmalade, Home Farm Road, Portree, Isle of Skye, IV51 9LX; and offers around £550,000 for Broadford Hotel, Torrin Road, Broadford, Isle of Skye, IV49 9AB.
The hotels are being sold on the instruction of Liz Mackay, Fraser Gray and Anne O’Keefe of Zolfo Cooper, joint administrators of M.J. Macleod & Company Limited and Macleod Hotels U.K. Limited.