The revamped Previous Schoolhouse Resort and Restaurant in Larkhall, South Lanarkshire, has been delivered to market by specialist brokers Smith and Clough Enterprise Associates.
The company mentioned the enterprise has constructed up “a superb repute throughout the surrounding space benefitting from excessive ranges of repeat and native commerce”.
The established family-owned resort and restaurant are “introduced to a excessive commonplace all through” with 9 en suite rooms, a totally fitted espresso store, an extra one-bedroom bungalow and three-bedroom indifferent house owners’ cottage.
There’s additionally an exterior bar and beer backyard, ample personal parking and simple motorway entry.
“Run very a lot to go well with our shoppers’ necessities and while trades effectively, it nonetheless affords scope for a brand new proprietor to extend and develop additional, ought to they want,” mentioned Smith and Clough. “Listed extremely on reserving websites with a 4.5 star ranking on TripAdvisor, numerous the enterprise is pushed by these websites in addition to their very own web site, giving a gentle of economic commerce because of the proximity to the M74.
“The resort restaurant is open all week primarily for company which can be staying. The principle restaurant commerce is Friday to Sunday with the restaurant having a superb identify for its freshly ready dishes and the welcoming environment within the bar.
“It is usually very talked-about regionally throughout the hotter months because of the in depth exterior services.
“The sale of the Previous Schoolhouse Resort affords a superb enterprise alternative for a discerning purchaser trying to get into this market or equally could be excellent for a chef operator trying to develop their very own identify inside a busy location near the Clyde Valley.”
Freehold affords invited, with the value on asking.
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