Edinburgh’s The Rosehall Hotel brought to market

The Hotel is located in southside Edinburgh, and features eight letting bedrooms, a lounge Bar and 3-bed private accommodation

The Rosehall Hotel in Edinburgh has been brought to market, with offers of around £950,000 invited for the property. 

Located in southside Edinburgh on one of the city’s main southerly arterial routes Dalkeith Road, the hotel is just over a mile south of the city centre, ensuring ease of accessibility to many of Edinburgh’s most popular historical, cultural and entertainment venues.

Located in a Victorian end-terrace property of traditional stone construction, it features eight letting bedrooms, a lounge Bar and 3-bed private accommodation.

The Rosehall Hotel is being sold by Gus and Teresa Saraei who have owned and ran the hotel for over 17 years. 

Alistair Letham, a hotel and leisure consultant with Graham + Sibbald, who is handling the sale, said: “The availability of the Rosehall Hotel is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a quality small hotel/guest house business in a prominent position and close to city centre location. 

“As retirement approached the hotel has purposely traded at below the VAT threshold level; but there is undoubted scope to expand and grow the business trading on a full 12-month annual period, for which there is a demand.”

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