Offers Over, £75,000
Argyll Arms Hotel, Bunessan, Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute
It is with great pleasure that CCL offer for leasehold sale the Argyll Arms Hotel, a delightful hotel situated on the main road in Bunessan, a charming village overlooking the beautiful Bunessan Bay abundant with wildlife. This 6 letting room hotel is well equipped to cater for travellers making their way to the Iona Ferry some five miles away and tourists exploring the local area and abundant wildlife. With a popular bar and restaurant the hotel is the hub of the local community and new owners will quickly ease into a tranquil and idyllic way of life in one of the most beautiful spots that Scotland has to offer.
6 en-suite letting rooms
70 cover restaurant
Superb trading location on main road
Outside seating area
Room for expansion
EBITDA circa £40,000
Offers over £75,000
The Argyll Arms Hotel occupies a superb water front location overlooking Bunessan Bay. The Bunessan area has a wide range of facilities including a GP surgery, Sub Post Office/Spar grocer, Bunessan Bakery/Café, Fingal's Cave souvenir shop, Church of Scotland, Baptist Church, primary school and village hall. Fionnphort is approximately 5 miles away with a ferry to Iona and trips to Staffa (Fingal's Cave) and the Treshnish Isles. The Fionnphort area (8 Miles away) also houses the multi award-winning Ninth Wave Restaurant, The Keel Row Pub/Restaurant and The Ferry Shop selling groceries, hardware, books and souvenirs.
The Isle of mull is a haven to watch wildlife and in particular for bird watching. It is common to regularly see White-tailed and Golden Eagles, Hen Harriers, Great Northern Divers, Gannets, Terns and ground nesting birds including Skylark, Lapwing, Wheatear, Pipits and Warblers. Red Deer and Otters are regular visitors as are Common and Grey Seals. In the summer Basking Sharks, Dolphins and Porpoise can also be seen around the coastline. Mull has the largest breeding population of White-tailed (Sea) Eagles in Europe and the elusive Corncrake is a regular target species for 'twitchers' from all over the country.
The island of Mull was formed by volcanic activity many millions of years ago. Its northern coast is separated by the Sound of Mull from the land mass of Ardnamurchan, the most westerly point of the UK mainland. The island is renowned for its varied and extensive wildlife, marine life, geology, landscapes and sea views, together with its numerous bridleways and footpaths for walkers of all ages and levels of expertise including its very own Munro, Ben More.
The island is connected to the mainland by a short and regular ferry crossing to Oban or to Lochaline.
DISCLAIMER: Whilst the foregoing particulars are believed to be correct, they are not guaranteed and do not form part of any contract. Prospective purchasers are required to satisfy themselves as to the correctness of the Particulars.