The Station Hotel in Larbert is on the market for the first time in 20 years for offers in the region of £775k for the freehold. Drysdale & Company are marketing the hotel, which is immediately adjacent to the train station.
Despite the challenges of the last couple of years business has traded well but the owner John Black now is planning to retire with his wife.
The property includes a private car park, as well as a large beer garden to the rear of the building, which has utilised a marquee to host events in the past. A separate lounge bar/ restaurant on the ground floor level and commercial kitchen. A further lounge/function room is available on the first floor which is also where the bedrooms are situated.
Stuart Drysdale, owner and Director at Drysdale & Company says, “The Station Hotel is an institution within Larbert presenting an excellent opportunity as a business for either an owner/operator or to be purchased and managed by a multiple site operator. The high barrelage level recorded will be attractive to a group that can source their own beer supply from this free-of-tie hotel.
“Mr Black, the present owner, has been personally involved in the operation of the business for over twenty years. We look forward to marketing the opportunity for sale to allow him and his wife to enjoy their retirement.”