Scottish fishing village hotel changes hands

16 November 2006
Scottish fishing village hotel changes hands

Angus Estates has bought an historical small fishing hotel in the village of Halkirk near Thurso, Scotland's most northerly town.

The coaching inn-style Ulbster Arms hotel has 10 en-suite bedrooms along with 16 en-suite chalets to the rear. There is also a two-bedroom flat for the owners.

Facilities include a 60-seat dining room, a reception/lounge, a lounge bar, a lounge/meeting room and a public bar.

The Edinburgh office of Christie + Co sold the freehold off a guide price of £475,000 on behalf of John Thurson, an MP and local landowner.

By Angela Frewin

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