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The Royal Hotel occupies a dominating three storey property in the town centre. There is a separate entrance for both the Hotel and the public bar. The exterior is tastefully decorated with Royal Hotel signage on both Hanover Street and St. John Street.
The public bar is fitted out in traditional style, service area offering draught beers and lagers with a full range of optics and bottled beers in refrigerated cabinets behind. There is a good range of traditional bar tables and chairs along with bar stools with a gaming machine and jukebox also available. To the left hand side of the bar is a games area with pool table and darts board. Full SKY Sports and BT Sports package available on the prominent television screen. Ladies & gents w/c are located just off the public bar area.
Also on the ground floor is what was previously known as the Speak Easy Bar which offered live music in a separate area from the public bar. There is potential now for this area to be developed and could possibly be used as owners accommodation.
There is a good sized beer garden/smoking shelter which offers access to a well maintained cellar and storage area.
Access to the Hotel is via a vestibule leading up to the first floor level which houses a further bar/dining room which comfortably caters for 40 covers.
There is also a fully fitted commercial kitchen alongside with a six burner gas hob, coffee machine, dishwasher, fryer, fridges and freezers.
The Royal Hotel offers five ensuite bedrooms all with free wifi, three of which are fitted with shower rooms, two with bath and shower facilities.
It should be noted a well presented two bedroom flat alongside the Hotel may well be available through separate negotiation –more details on request.
If this business is of interest to please contact Cornerstone Business Agents below.
The Royal Hotel occupies a prominent position on the corner of Hanover and St. John Street in the heart of the Wigtownshire town of Stranraer. The town, with a population of around 13,000 sits on the shores of Loch Ryan and is the second largest town in Dumfries & Galloway.
Stranraer has a bustling town centre with the resort town of Portpatrick lying to the west where a long distance footpath, the Southern Upland Way begins and passes just to the south of the town en route to the North Sea. The town attracts tourists to its harbour, museum and also boasts a Scottish league football club. The town has good transport links with the A77 running north towards Ayr, Prestwick and Glasgow and the A75 running east towards Gretna with links to the M6 to Carlisle.
Stranraer has its own railway station as part of the Glasgow south-western line whilst nearby Cairnryan is the main port in the area with frequent sailings to Ireland.
The Hotel occupies a dominating three storey property in the town centre. There is a separate entrance for both the Hotel and the public bar whilst also a further entrance for deliveries by way of a lane with electric shutters.
The exterior is tastefully decorated with Royal Hotel signage on both Hanover Street and St. John Street.
Sunday to Wednesday 11.00am to 12.30am / Thursday to Saturday11.00am to 1.00am
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