Flodigarry Hotel, on the Flodigarry estate, which overlooks the sea to the Torridon Mountains, has been brought to the market for offers over £3.5million.
As well 21 bedrooms, the hotel boasts the distinct “Skye” restaurant and conservatory, along with a Whisky Lounge, piano bar and the Skye Lounge Bar.
The hotel’s bedrooms are spread across several buildings including the historic main hotel, the Garden Lodge, Flora MacDonald’s Cottage (the home of Flora MacDonald), and Dun Flodigarry, with two luxury suites.
Since purchasing the property in 2013, the current owners Paul and Bette Temming have rebuilt, renovated, and refurbished the entire estate inside. According to the selling agents, Colliers, the work has “hugely increased asset value and profitability for a new owner to take advantage off”.
“The last ten years have been an exceptionally rewarding venture and we are extremely proud to have transformed The Flodigarry Hotel from a neglected company to an impressively successful and prosperous enterprise,” said Paul and Bette.
“Today our accomplished management team runs the business autonomously and it is for us that time in life to start a new adventure. Owning the Flodigarry is so much more than just having a hotel and a highly profitable investment; it is symbol of hospitality, of history, of success, reputation, and prestige in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.”
Robert Smithson in the Hotels Agency team at Colliers, adds, “The Flodigarry is one of the most special hotels on Skye, steeped in history and surrounded by breath-taking scenery. The refurbishment that has taken place across the entire estate is testament to the respect the current owners have paid to its history and its surroundings. It is the only hotel on the island with a Green Tourism Gold Award.”
“This is a rare opportunity to acquire a unique and exceptionally high-quality Scottish hotel which could also be an incredible private estate and we expect significant interest from across the UK and abroad.”