The Greenhead Hotel is a distinctive Category C listed building, circa mid 1800s, situated in the village square on a prominent corner site. This is a substantial property comprising public and lounge bars, commercial kitchen, large cellar/store, 2 letting bedrooms, both en suite and owners accommodation of 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and shower room.
The property further extends to provide a large level garden approx. 141’ x 36’ and old garage/store.
Externally, the front and sides of the building have been recently painted and there are two awnings fitted to front of the property.
Historically there had been outline planning permission for a dwelling to be built in the garden. This consent has long since lapsed but it has potential to be revisited.
The hotel has operated on a traditional wet sales basis but has excellent possibilities for the business model to adapted to become a food establishment and for the letting accommodation to be improved to attract the staycation market. There is also potential for the garden at the rear to be used to accommodate say holiday letting chalets/cabins or the like, subject to appropriate consent.
Southern Ayrshire and Galloway is Scotland’s first UNESCO biosphere. This means the area has been recognised internationally as a world class environment for people and nature. A Biosphere is a special designation awarded by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)
The village of Dailly is approximately 6 miles east of Girvan in the heart of the Girvan Valley within super, picturesque surroundings. Although delightfully rural the locality affords easy access to many of the attractions within the district which include: a variety of attractive hill and coastal walks and cycle trails many of which are around the Dailly area; beautiful Loch Doon; the National Trusts Culzean Castle and Country Park; Galloway Forest Park which was awarded the prestigious designation as the first dark sky park in the UK; excellent golf courses at Girvan and Turnberry. There are of course the usual field sports and rivers for fishing, Dailly is adjacent to the Water of Girvan. The principle town serving the immediate district is Girvan and here can be found secondary school, general hospital, a variety of shops both independent and multiple retailers, ASDA supermarket and an attractive seafront with promenade and working harbour with moorings for pleasure craft and a leisure centre, The Quay Zone, comprising state of the art gym, swimming pool and soft play area. Girvan has a train station which provides connections north to Ayr, Prestwick Airport and Glasgow and south to Stranraer.
The village has a primary school, doctors surgery 2 shops (one with post office), activity centre with gym and bowling green.