Stirling’s The Park Lodge hotel has been brought to market off a guide price of £925,000.
The Park Hotel was originally converted from a Grade B Georgian townhouse which has been extended over the years, providing a boutique hotel and wedding venue of 10 letting bedrooms, a large function suite, ornate restaurant area, lounge bar area and large commercial kitchen and ancillary stores.
The property also features a walled garden to the rear of the subjects providing an enclosed grassed area ideal for private functions. There is a small gravelled car park to the front of the hotel for nearby on-street parking.
The hotel is one of the original boutique hotels created by the vendors who established a reputation for fine dining and “lavish functions” over their 40-year tenure at the helm. The hotel is being sold by George and Anne Marquette who now wish to retire.
Peter Seymour, head of Hotel and Leisure with Graham and Sibbald, who are handling the sale, said: “The Park Lodge Hotel is an institution and is as highly decorative building offers a great opportunity for an experienced operator to re-establish a boutique hotel or private wedding venue within an affluent part of Stirling City Centre.
“The location of the hotel is easily accessed by the local population as well as the wider catchment of some 90,000 people”.