For Sale £390,000 - Bed & Breakfast, Guest House
23 Forth Place, Stirling, FK8 1UD
Deceptively spacious period town house trading as long established 6 bed B&B. Prime trading location only 100 meters from the centre of Stirling- offering easy access to Glasgow & Edinburgh by train or road (30-50 minutes) along with Gleneagles & the Trossachs. Positioned only a short walk from restaurants, pubs, multiplex cinema, ten pin bowling and railway station. Beautifully presented property with off road car parking for 4 cars to the rear. Excellent private owner’s accommodation with garden. Retirement sale after 30 years of ownership
Scottish Business Centre is delighted to bring to the market the beautifully presented Forth Guest House. Located in a prime trading location within the City of Stirling in central Scotland & peacefully positioned on Forth Place, just a short walk from the train station and city centre, Forth Guest House is a deceptively spacious terraced Georgian town house property that dates back to 1825. Whilst the house is located in a quiet residential area, within 100 meters is the city centre, restaurants, pubs, a multiplex cinema, ten pin bowling alley and the train station.
This charming 6 bedroom operation which has been owned and operated by our client for over 30 years benefits by being rated as 4 star B&B accommodation and boasts uninterrupted views from the rear of the house towards Stirling Castle.
The vibrant City of Stirling which is World famous for its magnificent medieval castle which sits on a craggy volcanic rock and The National Wallace Monument has a population of around 36,000 people.
The bustling city of Stirling offers a wide array of attractions and facilities including a range of good quality pubs, restaurants, good schools, Stirling University plus good quality high street shopping such as The Thistles shopping centre with its 80 plus shops. The Thistles houses many of the UKs most popular high street names such as Debenhams, Boots, Costa Coffee and Marks & Spencer to name just a few.
The wider Stirlingshire area is renowned for activities including golf, fishing, hill walking, cycling, shooting, pony-trekking and all manner of adventure activities including white water rafting, kayaking, clay pigeon shooting, paintball and abseiling. Just a short drive North West from the centre of Stirling is the wonderful Blair Drummond Safari and adventure Park.
Stirling remains a key transport hub for journeys by road and rail throughout Scotland.
The M9 motorway runs south to the city to Edinburgh and A9 north to Perth, Inverness, Aberdeen & Dundee. While Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow lies just over half an hour drive south along the M80 motorway.
Stirling is often referred to as the gateway to the highlands, and with the cities central location and excellent transport links, Stirling is the ideal stop off point for tourists travelling further north to the highlands, east to St Andrews or travelling to many of Scotland’s fine cities which are all easily accessible from Stirling.