CCL are delighted to bring to market Lower Pitcalnie, a detached country house operating as a bed and breakfast on the shores of the Cromarty Firth. Located in an area of special scientific interest it is surrounded by trees and benefits from a substantial garden of over 4 acres. The main house has 5 bedrooms with two shared bathrooms while there is also a garden annex with a further 3 ensuite double letting rooms. The accommodation is very flexible and Lower Pitcalnie would make a truly wonderful and imposing family home.
The business is ideally located to prosper from year round passing trade associated with the NC500, Nigg Oil Yard and from those seeking to enjoy the splendour of the Cromaty Firth and surrounding wonderful rolling rural landscape.
The sale of Lower Pitcalnie Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a tranquil and rustic lifestyle business in an idyllic location.
Bed & Breakfast Business
Main House – 3 reception and 5 bedrooms
Annex – 3 ensuite letting rooms
Substantial mature shore line garden
Great growth potential
Year round trade
Located on the NC500
Area of scientific interest
Full trading information will be provided only after formal viewings have taken place.
Offers over £545,000
Lower Pitcalnie Guest House is located in a small hamlet on the outskirts of the village of Nigg on the shores of the Cromarty Firth and Nigg Bay in the Highlands of Scotland. Nigg is renowned for the oil fabrication yard that’s seen a great influx of skilled workers to the area over recent years. The property is only 8 miles from the Royal Borough of Tain, which has a variety of independent shops, supermarket, banks, schools and leisure facilities. There is plenty to do and see in the area. There are many excellent golf courses in close proximity, including the championship course at Royal Dornoch, along with ample Salmon and Trout fishing on the nearby rivers and lochs. There are beautiful sandy beaches at Nigg and Shandwick Bay and for those who like the sea there is access to the Dornoch and Moray Firth at Portmahomack and Balintore. Inverness is located 35 miles away and benefits from a raft of amenities, shopping and services as well as a mainline railway station providing direct transport across Scotland and dedicated sleeper service to London. Inverness airport 8 miles to the North East of Inverness offers a number of flights throughout the UK, to London and to mainland Europe. The A9 offers excellent road links to both the North and South and conveniently forms part of the NC500.
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