A small hotel inside a Scottish forest park has been sold.

Smith and Clough Business Associates and Cornerstone Business Agents jointly handled the sale of the House o’ Hill.

Graeme Smith, of Smith and Clough, said: "We are delighted to announce the sale of the House O' Hill Hotel in Bargrennan on the edge of the Galloway Forest Park.

"Working closely on a joint agency basis with Barry McNeil of Cornerstone Business Agents a successful outcome was achieved for all involved."

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Mr McNeil said he was "delighted to have been involved and jointly achieve a great outcome for our client".

The hotel information included: "House o’ Hill offers comfortable en-suite accommodation for visitors to the Galloway Forest Park."

It has “guest rooms appointed to a high standard and offering very comfortable accommodation” in an area of "outstanding natural beauty".

The hotel was sold for an undisclosed sum.


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