At CCL Property, we’re proud to help people to find and run businesses all across Scotland.
The North Highland Initiative (NHI) is a not-for-profit organisation created in 2005 to develop economic growth in food and drink, tourism and built environment. From this, the North Coast 500 (NC500) was born, bringing together 500 miles of road encompassing the best The Highlands have to offer, and helping people to explore our beautiful country. Showcasing stunning scenery, beautiful beaches, romantic ruins and much much more, the route begins and ends at Inverness Castle and includes villages and towns such as Ullapool, Durness, John O’Groats and Durnoch.
With the inevitable interest and increased tourism this is expected to bring, running your own business close to the North Coast 500 is a fantastic opportunity to tap into a ready-made market that is already being marketed by the NHI.
Whether you’re looking to run a hotel or guesthouse that caters for people exploring the North Coast 500, fuelling people on their way from a petrol station forecourt, or looking to sate the hunger of visitors to the route from your very own restaurant or pub, we can help you to find the ideal business.
CCL Property specialise as a Scottish business broker offering commercial properties all across Scotland, including along the North Coast 500 route. Contact us today to learn what opportunities are available to you; we’ll help you to find, purchase and run the perfect business in Scotland’s stunning surroundings.
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