Stunning 10 Bedroomed Victorian Guest House, built 1881 in Pitlochry, the Gateway to the Highlands.

Pitlochry, Perthshire and Kinross



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Freehold: £900,000
Annual Turnover: Available upon request
Annual Net Profit: Available upon request

The Wellwood Guest House is located in the most popular tourist town of Pitlochry in central Scotland, the Gateway to the Highlands.

Set in two and a half acres of land and enjoying an elevated position with views along the Tummel Valley, The Wellwood is an exceptional Victorian era property.

Fully renovated and modernised in 2016, The Wellwood has ten beautifully appointed en-suite guest bedrooms, two dining rooms, guest lounge and two commercial kitchens.

The Wellwood is accredited with four stars from Visit Scotland as well as qualifying for Taste Our Best award with the majority of our foods being sourced locally.

The Wellwood is advertised on booking. Com together with 14 other online travel agencies. Bookings can also be taken directly through the property's website.

Living Accommodation:

The Owners accommodation is on two levels at the rear of the property and comprises two double bedrooms, a bathroom with four piece suite and an office/lounge. The owners have access to a separate private garden space.


Pitlochry is known as the Gateway to The Highlands and is a well established and popular tourist location, on the main A9 trunk road some 25 miles north of Perth. Access to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness is via main trunks roads and motorways. Pitlochry Rail Station is on the main line connection between London and Inverness with the Caledonian Sleeper taking you to London Euston.

The Wellwood is located on the north side of West Moulin Road laying a short walk from the town centre and main retailing area. Surrounding properties are of similar character and are residential with some bed and breakfasts included.

Premises Details:

The Wellwood trades as a 4-star luxury guest house is set in approximately 2. 5 acres of mature gardens and is a substantial two-storey building constructed at the end of the 19th century. The property has been extended to the rear by a three-storey extension. The property is of traditional stone and slate construction and has been extensively upgraded throughout.

This is a 'walk-in' business opportunity ripe for expansion. No further works required now or in the medium term future.

The accommodations are extremely well presented. Recent refurbishments are in keeping with the traditional style and period of the property.

The entrance vestibule leads into the main Reception Hall.

Ground and first floors are linked by the original ornate timber staircase.
The Reception Hall leads through to dining rooms and the resident's lounge.
These rooms again benefit from original ornate cornices. The dining rooms have two open fireplaces and can cater for up to 36 covers. These dining rooms can be separated by full height original ornate sliding pocket doors.

The main kitchen, pastry kitchen and wash up areas are fully fitted with a range of modern commercial appliances and are extremely well appointed for this type of business. These include but not limited to six burner gas range, combination ovens, hot cupboard/bain Marie, refrigerated salad station, meat, fish and dairy refrigerators, two freezers, espresso station, water boilers etc.

The ten letting bedrooms are all double en-suite, and either benefit from a full bathroom or shower room. All bedrooms and bathrooms are extremely well presented/ fitted out and furnished, and all en-suite fittings are modern, being installed recently though in keeping with the style of the Victorian era.

The owner's accommodation is to the rear of the building comprises two double bedrooms, a separate bathroom and lounge/office. The owners have access to separate private garden space.

Throughout the property, all beds, furniture, carpets, curtains and decoration are new and fully compliant with regulations.

CCTV and Fire Alarm systems are new.

Expansion Potential:

The business is fully licensed for alcohol sales and may be usefully expanded by the installation of a full bar and service of lunches, afternoon teas and evening meals.

The Wellwood has large gardens in which more accommodation or a standalone bar/restaurant may be built.


Listing Details
Key Features
  • Free of Tie Leasehold
  • Retirement Sale
  • Established Business
  • Fully Fitted
  • Central Position in Affluent Village
  • With Car Park
  • With Accommodation
  • Close to Local Amenities
  • Town Centre location
  • Unique Business
  • Prime Location
  • Attractive Business
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