The Loch Earn Brewery and Hotel, situated in the “idyllic” Highlands village of St Fillians, Crieff, has been sold within four months of the property coming to the market.
The business has been purchased by a private investor at an undisclosed price.
The site sits on the banks of Loch Earn in Perthshire, within easy reach of Glasgow, Stirling, Perth and Edinburgh.
The hotel features “breath-taking” views over the water and surrounding highlands and also has direct loch access, with ten moorings, three piers and a private slipway.
The main building, a detached C-Listed Victorian style property comprises 38 guest rooms, along with three separate bar and restaurant areas, including a loch-side beer garden.
The grounds also feature two breweries run by the previous owners, award-winning Scottish brewing company, Arran Brewery, who purchased the hotel in 2013.
Following a small fire within the property, the company made the decision to bring the hotel to market.
Tony Spence, business agent in Christie and Co’s Hospitality team, who handled the sale, said: “This was a fantastic opportunity to acquire a large hotel that sits on the banks of Loch Earn, and with extensive refurbishments going to be undertaken. I would like to take this opportunity to wish the new owner all the best.”