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Substantial Hotel | For Sale | Argyll - Offers over £995,000 - #1
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For Sale

£995,000 GBP Pound Sterling

The Glenmorag Hotel has been created from an original Victorian mansion house, developed with significant extensions to the side and rear to create this significant hotel property in a superb, elevated location with open outlook, over its own private gardens, to the Firth of Clyde. The Glenmorag is well appointed and operated as a highly effective traditional resort and holiday hotel located on the southern edges of the ever-popular Clyde town of Dunoon. The hotel is only around one hour’s drive from Glasgow City Centre with the attraction of being “across the water”, using the short shuttle ferry, giving added charm and attraction of a visit to the Dunoon locality. Dunoon itself, as well as having a strong local community serving the surrounding Cowal Peninsula, enjoys the bustle, excitement and interest associated with a busy commercial and recreational maritime area. The convenience of Dunoon to, not only Glasgow, but as a base to explore the south and west of
Argyll, as well as the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, ensures the hotel’s popularity and of course the annual Cowal Highland Gathering, in August, attracts competitors and visitors from all over the world.

In addition, the property is within the area proposed for the “Dunoon Project”; which is a hugely ambitious and imaginative initiative being progressed by the community of Dunoon. The initiative has been developed within the community who have identified an ambitious project package based on introducing a gondola to carry people from the sea to the summit of Kilbride Hill behind the town and the hotel. The early thinking around the Dunoon Project is highlighted as exactly the type of product and service which will attract paying visitors from the Scottish central belt and further afield.