Sold Hotel – Claymore Hotel
Specialist hotel property adviser, Christie & Co, is pleased to announce the sale of The Claymore Hotel on behalf of Coast & Country Hotels.
The Claymore Hotel is set in a grand Scottish manor house in the centre of Arrochar, at the head of Loch Long. Originally home to the McFarlane Clan, the hotel now offers an ideal base for exploring the surrounding lochs and mountains, with 96 comfortable bedrooms, two restaurants serving traditional cuisine, welcoming bar and a programme of live entertainment.
The hotel has joined the Caledonian family. David McDonald, Finance Director comments, “We are thrilled and extremely proud to welcome the Claymore Hotel and would like to thank Christie & Co for helping us to realise this ambition. The hotel has always been a customer favourite and we have some exciting plans for the future.”
Ed Bellfield, Regional Director – Hotels at Christie & Co, who acted for the seller, comments, “We are delighted to announce the sale of The Claymore Hotel. This is the latest sale that we have completed on behalf of Coast & Country, as part of an ongoing project to market 33 leisure-focused hotels from their estate, which have received very strong interest to date. Positioned in leading resort and leisure destinations across England, Scotland, and Wales, the portfolio represents some of the best-known hospitality businesses in their respective markets. A number of these assets remain available, and we invite any interested parties to get in touch.”
The hotel was sold with the support of Christie & Co regional brokers: Brian Sheldon, Regional Director – Scottish Hospitality and Gary Witham, Director – Hotels.
Enquiries regarding the remaining hotels on the market should be directed to Jeremy Jones, Head of Hotel Brokerage at Christie & Co or Ed Bellfield, Regional Director – Hotels at Christie & Co.