Derbyshire pair buy hotel in Scottish National Park

05 January 2006
Derbyshire pair buy hotel in Scottish National Park

Phil Giles and Ruth Jeans from Swadlincoate in Derbyshire have bought the Craigard hotel in Scotland's first National Park in Perthshire.

The property sits on the Main Street in the village of Killin, which stretches from the spectacular Falls of Dochart towards the head of Loch Tay.

It has seven en-suite bedrooms, a 34-seat restaurant, a public bar and owners' accommodation.

Previous owners Mike and Shelagh McPartland focused on the bar and food side of the business, which gives the new owners scope to increase trade from accommodation.

Glasgow office Christie + Co achieved a sales price close to the £369,000 asking price.

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