Braemar Lodge Hotel and Chalets has been put on the market with an asking price of over £1.2 million.
The former Victorian shooting lodge, currently owned by Ronnie and Fiona Moore, has been put on the market to facilitate their retirement plans.
At the core of the business is a country-style hotel with seven letting bedrooms with a lounge bar with dining room and restaurant facilities over two main areas. With the hotel comes a separate 12-berth bunkhouse and nine self-catering chalets in the grounds.
The sellers have owned Braemar Lodge since 1996 and during their period of ownership have extensively refurbished the main property and added the bunkhouse and self-catering chalets.
Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, said: “Braemar Lodge Hotel and Chalets is truly a multi-faceted leisure business offering a range of accommodation to suit all requirements and budgets. It is also complemented by an attractive restaurant area and the popular Malt Lounge Bar, making it an excellent opportunity for anyone looking for a thriving, well-balanced business in an area of enduring appeal to visitors.”
The Deeside village of Braemar, with its Royal connection and the famous Highland Games, has long been popular with holidaymakers and sportsmen alike, drawn to the heart of the spectacular Cairngorms National Park. The Glenshee Ski Centre are only a short distance away.