The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
The New Inn  79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
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The New Inn 79 Main Street, Huntly, AB54

A fantastic business opportunity that has undergone a significant refurbishment over the past 12 months. Located in the historic village off Aberchirder. The New Inn offers its new owners a successful running business and family home with the scope to further increase turnover.

Street Address
The New Inn 79 Main Street, Aberchirder, Huntly, AB54 7TB
Price
Offers over £370,000
Property Type
Commercial Property
Property Reference
MFL5185009
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McEwan Fraser are delighted to offer for sale The New Inn, a beautifully presented 18th Century coaching Inn with planning permission for a Micro Brewery. The Inn is situated in the desirable village of Aberchirder in Aberdeenshire with salmon fishing and world-renowned whisky distilleries on the doorstep. This is a stunning rural location with an excellent local population and close to larger towns and the coast. The location is very attractive to tourists as it benefits from everything Aberdeenshire and the Scottish Highlands has to offer.

The historic building is charming yet impressively large and the layout extremely versatile. There are opportunities for the new owners to expand upon the various current income streams, dependent on their talents and interests. These could include a focus on one or a combination of the following: Coffee & Ale House; Farm to Table café/restaurant; Weddings; Private Whisky, Gin and Beer Tastings; and Unique Stays in the delightfully appointed en-suite rooms. The recent planning approval for a Micro-Brewery offers an entrepreneur or beer enthusiast unlimited potential for further promotion and growth of the business.

The 1700s building is arranged over two floors and the main entrance to the building leads into a welcoming reception hallway with all trading areas accessed from it. The public bar is a versatile room used also as a café/restaurant with around 30 covers. It is traditionally furnished to a very high standard with a feature fireplace, multiple seating areas and an additional separate entrance from the main street. The second restaurant area can accommodate thirty-six covers and is currently set up as a residents lounge, breakfast room, also used as a private function room. The function hall seats around 100 covers and has a stage, bar and cellar, direct access to the kitchen and beer garden. To the rear of the function hall is a storage room and an area designated for the Micro-Brewery. The business benefits from a recently upgraded fully equipped commercial kitchen with all necessary equipment for a business of this size. A recently constructed large pergola in the beer garden is a popular and fantastic addition.

The current owners of 10 years have meticulously transformed the Inn by carrying out substantial refurbishments throughout the entire property, the characterful interior making the business very unique to the local area. The owners are also proud to be included in CAMRAs Good Beer Guide as one of the few public houses in the North East of Scotland to serve such a large selection of hand pulled cask Ales. The Business currently trades successfully, offering a turn-key opportunity and a fine working lifestyle with huge growth potential for new owners.

On the upper floor you will find the popular guest accommodation, which includes two suites finished to an excellent standard. The Deveron Suite has two bedrooms and is a large, versatile space consisting of one king bedroom, one double bedroom, a fully tiled bathroom with separate shower and under-floor heating. The Glendronach suite consists of a super-king bed, single bed and a luxury en-suite shower room. The upper floor also has private owners accommodation, which includes two bedrooms. This space would allow for flexibility to increase the amount of guest bedrooms subject to planning should the new owner wish. A previous planning application, which has now lapsed, had allowed for a private dwelling house to be built to the rear off the site.

Food journalist Richard Mellor named the New Inn as one off the 250 essential eating experiences in Scotland quoting Pub Perfection.

BUILDING EXTERNAL:
The property benefits from a large car park to the rear and can accommodate around 6-8 cars.

SERVICES:
The property has mains water, drainage and electricity.

TENURE:
The property is held on the Scottish equivalent of Freehold.

This business and property is superbly presented and can only be appreciated in full by viewing which is by appointment only.

The business conforms to all fire regulations. Accounts are available to interested parties only via an accountant or solicitor. Plans for the proposed owners house are available on request. An inventory of the business contents is available on request after viewing, the stock will be sold separately at valuation on purchase. All intellectual rights are included in the sale, eg, (website).
The business conforms to all fire regulations. Accounts are available to interested parties only via an accountant or solicitor. Plans for the proposed owners house are available on request. An inventory of the business contents is available on request after viewing, the stock will be sold separately at valuation on purchase. All intellectual rights are included in the sale, eg, (website).

The description of properties on the website do not form part of any offer and all statements and photographs are for illustrative purposes only and not guaranteed. Buyers must satisfy themselves on the accuracy and authenticity of each property listed.