Scottish country house hotel up for sale

A hotel in Nairn, Scotland, once used by film star Charlie Chaplin as a base for family holidays has been put up for sale.

According to the Inverness Courier, the Newton Hotel—15 miles from Inverness—is being marketed for prices of around £4.5 million. It is currently owned by a London-based investment and property company that acquired it in August 2005.

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Alistair Letham, a director at Colliers International, which is handling the sale, said: "It is trading at a steady level of turnover and good levels of profit. The Newton Hotel should be an exciting prospect for experienced hoteliers or for small groups looking to build their portfolio."

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