A popular Dundee hotel has been put on the market for £830,000.
The Hotel Broughty Ferry – which is home to a restaurant, bar and leisure complex complete with a gym swimming pool and sauna – has been put up for sale through Christie & Co.
The building, extended from a Victorian villa, features 16 en-suite bedrooms.
Christie & Co has put the property on the market with an asking price of £830,000.
Owners Jeff and Geraldine Stewart, who have been running the hotel for 15 years, have decided to retire.
Mr Stewart said: “The time spent in the hospitality industry has been a fantastic journey. There have been many changes.
“When we started in 1965 a pint of beer was 10p, you could buy 10 pints for a pound and today it varies from £3.50 to £4.00 per pint.
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“We have both been licence holders for over half a century. As we are both in our 70s, our family has persuaded us to have a well earned rest after 53 years.”
Director at Christie & Co Stuart Drysdale said: “The owners are well known and regarded in Broughty Ferry and have been instrumental in shaping the hospitality landscape over many years.
“Mr Stewart once ran the Three Barrels in Dundee, known as ‘the busiest bar in Scotland,’ serving 14,000 pints per week, and has more recently taken over the stewardship of The Hotel Broughty Ferry.
“Now looking forward to a well earned retirement, Mr and Mrs Stewart hope the hotel will be taken on by an enthusiastic and experienced operator, who will continue to serve the local community and the increasing number of visitors to the area.
“The Hotel Broughty Ferry presents a superb opportunity for an experienced operator looking to take on a quality business, suitable as a lifestyle business or an addition to a hotel portfolio.”