Believed to have been opened as a Drovers Inn in 1611, the Broadford Hotel claims to be one of the oldest continually operated inns in Scotland.
Though the vernacular Scottish appearance remains on the exterior, the interior is a fully-modernised through refurbishments in the past few years; carried out to cater for the 21st century traveller looking for a stylish country hotel.
The Broadford Hotel provides accommodation of 11 letting bedrooms, lounge bar/bistro, reception lounge, dining room and a public bar and is located in its own garden grounds. Planning consent has been granted to extend the hotel to provide an additional 17 bedrooms.
Alistair Letham, a director at Colliers International, said: “The success of the recent refurbishment and renovation work to the Broadford Hotel is reflected in the level of business that has been created and is now well established.
“Plans prepared for the extension could provide an exciting opportunity for any new owner who sees this established hotel not only as an existing core business but a development opportunity.”
Colliers International is inviting offers of around £1,050,000 for the Broadford Hotel.