Licensed operators buy Guardbridge hotel in Fife

19 October 2006
Licensed operators buy Guardbridge hotel in Fife

Experienced licensed operators Kenny McEwan and James Lindsey have bought the Guardbridge hotel, restaurant and bar in Fife.

The B-listed property, which dates back to 1847, occupies an acre of land on the banks of the River Eden in Guardbridge, which is near St Andrews.

The business comprises a public bar, a 32-seat restaurant, three letting bedrooms, two-bedroom owners' accommodation, a patio smoking area, two car parks, and a large lawn garden with a wooded copse.

The Edinburgh office of Christie + Co was seeking offers of £350,000 for the freehold on behalf of Forbes and Sheila Terris, who are retiring.

By Angela Frewin

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