Gil Dun Guest House has been brought to market for a guide price of around £950,000.
The guest house is a converted Victorian semi-detached villa dating from the 19th Century.
Located in Southside Edinburgh, the house is just over a mile south of the city centre and features eight letting bedrooms, dining room, off-street car parking and a private rear garden.
The property is being sold by William Davie and Gerard MacDonald, who have owned and operated the business for over 20 years.
Alistair Letham, hotel and leisure consultant with Graham and Sibbald, said: “The availability of the Gil Dun Guest House is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a truly quality guest house business in a close to city centre location.
“The business currently trades profitably on a seven-month annual trading; by choice of the owners; and therefore, has great potential to grow the business operating on a full 12-month opening, for which there is the demand.”
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