The Gleddoch House Hotel and Golf Course goes up for sale in Scotland

A hotel located within driving distance of Glasgow International Airport has been placed on the market with a $4.2 million price tag.

The Gleddoch House Hotel and Golf Course was once home to the family of Clydeside shipping baron Sir William Lithgow, and is now being marketed for sale by Colliers International.

Constructed in the 1920s the property sits in 360 acres of countryside, overlooks the Clyde Estuary and has generous facilities including 69 bedrooms, a range of bars and restaurants as well as conference, function and meeting rooms. There is also a large leisure, gym and spa facility. It also has an 18-hole golf course on almost 21,000 feet of land.

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London-based property developers have owned the site since 2005, and are now seeking to sell up in order to focus on other business interests.

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