The subjects comprise a distressed former hotel with accommodation over four principal floors under a multi-pitched slate covered roof. The property has been extended to the rear and there are several detached buildings within the site. Internally, the subjects are in poor condition having suffered serious water damage over the years.
The former Drummond Arms Hotel occupies a prominent site located within the village of Crieff, which is a Scottish market town in Perth and Kinross. The town lies on the A85 road between Perth and Crianlarich. The town is an affluent central belt population centre which has a bus link town centre and is also a popular destination for tourists, most notably Caithness Glass Visitor Centre, Innerpeffray Library as well as Crieff Hydro, Gleneagles, and various other notable tourist destinations being nearby.
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