It is with great pleasure that CCL offer for sale The Dornoch Inn, a traditional village pub and restaurant with wonderful character and a great following of local customers. Situated in the charming coastal village of Dornoch, the property enjoys a prominent spot within the town centre. The Inn benefits from sustainable year round trade with a 50/50 split of income. The property also benefits for spacious owners accommodation. This sale represents an ideal opportunity to purchase a highly regarded business in true walk in fashion that is located on the NC500 Route.
3 YEAR LEASE TO PURCHASE OPTION
Popular Village Bar
Located on NC500 Route
60 Cover Restaurant
Strong Trading Figures
2 Bed Owners Accommodation
Town Centre Location
Offers Over £399,999
VENDOR FINANCE AVAILABLE
The tranquil and charming town of Dornoch lies on the edge of the Dornoch Firth, within the county of Sutherland and Highlands of Scotland. The Dornoch Firth benefits from being a special area for both conservation and wildlife and is also a designated National Scenic Area. As such there is a combination of award winning beaches, abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. The thriving town is dominated by a grand 13th Century Cathedral and is also home to an impressive Bishop’s palace, now a hotel as well as an array of pleasant town houses and cottages. The Royal Dornoch Golf club provides a splendid and renowned championship links course whilst a number of amenities and interesting shops service the town. The town is very popular amongst tourists and provides an ideal stopping point being a few miles from the A9 and an hour’s drive from Inverness airport. Plenty of accommodation is available including two campsites and a holiday home park close by. Dornoch also acts as an ideal base from which to explore further North and into the Highlands. It is also located on the lucrative NC500 Route.
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.