A portfolio of hotels on the islands of Orkney have been brought to market for an undisclosed sum, both of which are located in Stromness, the islands’ second busiest town.
The 18-bed Ferry Inn has views of the Marina and port, while the Royal Hotel is situated on Victoria Street.
Both hotels have been refurbished, and all en-suites have been upgraded and redecorated. They feature modern business systems which include cloud-based EPOS, room and table reservations and online accounting systems.
The Ferry Inn is a detached traditional harbour-side inn with 12 individually styled rooms, some with views to the front, and an additional six en-suite rooms in the Harbourside House annex across the street. Its nautically-themed restaurant can seat up to 85 people
The Royal Hotel has a public bar that is reportedly popular with locals throughout the year, a lounge bar to the rear and separate dining room serviced by a well-equipped commercial kitchen.
Its 10 en-suite letting bedrooms are all located at first and second floor. The first floor also features a function room which can host up to 120 guests.
DM Hall Chartered Surveyors is bringing the sites to market.