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Hotel - Leisure and Lifestyle - Perthshire

Asking Price: £795,000
Turnover:  £575,000
Location: Scotland

A renowned three-star, two Red Rosette 12-bedroom hotel plus six chalets. Superbly located with open westerly outlook overlooking Loch Earn. Includes five-room owners flat two flats; staff block. Established seasonal trade. EPC rating of C and D...


Country Inn - Leisure and Lifestyle - Perthshire

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Location: Scotland

Historic Highland Perthshire country inn and cottage. Edge of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Roadside location overlooking Falls of Dochart. Established business ? self-catering lodge development potential. Lot 1 inn, offers around £750k freehold. Lot 2 cottage, offers around £370k f..


Holiday Lodges - Leisure and Lifestyle - Lochearnhead

Asking Price: £950,000
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Location: Scotland

A superb investment opportunity to acquire a going concern business of nine two- and three-bed holiday lodges all with loch views and one office/laundry (planning permission to revert to holiday lodge no.10). Three lodges with three bedrooms, master bedrooms in each lodge being en-suite. Six lodges ..


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Local information: Perthshire, Scotland

Perthshire has long been known as the "big county" and has a wide variety of landscapes, from the rich agricultural straths in the east, to the high mountains of the southern Highlands. It was a top-level local government area between 1890-1975, governed by a county council. From 1930, a joint county council was formed with the neighbouring small county of Kinross-shire.

The county was abolished in 1975 by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 and split between Central and Tayside Regions, but the Perthshire county border is still used for purposes of land registration.

The main town of the region is Perth, on the banks of the River Tay. In the late 1990s, Perth became one of only three towns in the UK to have been stripped of its city status, and a campaign is currently underway to have the status re-conferred.