Graham Sibbald are delighted to be marketing the Garret Hotel for sale. The Garret, a Georgian town house, dating from the early 19th Century, and an Historic Scotland Category C Listed Building, has been totally refurbished and restored creating this excellent and quality town house-style hotel - "a restaurant, rooms & café-bar". Just off the town's main thoroughfare, on the historic High Street, the hotel for sale enjoys the amenity of having an attractive terrace and garden to the rear - all-in-all a combination of facilities, coupled with the inclusion of a private flat, which combine to create a highly rewarding business.
The hotel is situated close to the centre of the attractive and well-known coastal town of Kirkcudbright, which combines successfully the more modern attractions of a picturesque resort, with a regular town centre, which includes a variety of businesses and activities and a range of local small industry and services. Kirkcudbright has long been a centre for visual artists and is known as "the Artists' Town" and has had a long association with the Glasgow art movement, including the Glasgow Boys and the Scottish Colourists who based themselves in the area over a 30-year period from 1880 to 1910, establishing the Kirkcudbright Artists' Colony. Kirkcudbright, in the beautiful Dumfries & Galloway region, has easy access to the beaches of the Solway Coast, to the Galloway Hills, Mountain Biking venues, a range of challenging golf courses and the UK's first 'Dark Sky Park' at Galloway Forest.
The sellers purchased the property for sale, following both fire damage and a period of closure, and undertook an extension to, plus extensive renovation and refurbishment of, the property to create this attractive boutique-style town house hotel. The Garret has been well received, signalled by the good and profitable early trading results, and excellent for new owners to develop further this small hotel, capitalising upon the already successful business after two years of trading.
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