Offers Over, £1,250,000
Cluanie Inn, Glenmoriston, Inverness, Highland
A wonderful opportunity has arisen to purchase The Cluanie Inn, a charming Highland hotel set in the remote and beautiful valley of Glen Shiel in Skye & Lochalsh. This 16 ensuite bedroom hotel has been tastefully extended and upgraded over the years and has become a very popular stopping point for tourist wishing to avail of some of the most beautiful and breath-taking scenery that the Western Highlands has to offer. Set in 19 acres of land The Cluanie Inn has an excellent mix of income from wet, food, accommodation and fuel sales producing a Gross Profit Margin in the region of 78%. In addition, passing trade is attracted from the self-service fuel pumps, large car parking and a newly formed area for motor homes. The property also sits along the lucrative North Coast 500 Route. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the flexibility and potential that the purchase of the hotel offers.
Stunning Highland location
Prominent NC500 Route trading location
Tastefully upgraded & refurbished
16 ensuite letting rooms
Popular Lounge Bar
73 cover restaurant
Open all year round
Main tourist route
Great business opportunity
Gross Profit Margin 78%
Offers over £1,250,000
Nestled in the heart of the Glen Shiel valley and surrounded by some of the most beautiful and dramatic scenery lies The Cluanie Inn. Positioned adjacent to the A87, the main road and tourist route to the Isle of Skye, Western Isles and Applecross Peninsula. Located a short distance from Eileen Donan Castle and the Five Sisters of Kintail. Inverness is a 52 mile drive, Fort William 45 miles and Glasgow and Edinburgh are approx. 3 1/2 hours. The nearest town is Kyle of Lochalsh (28 miles) with a good range of shops, restaurants and amenities. The area is a popular tourist destination with its remote feel yet just a short distance from the busy tourist centres. The countryside offers a haven of peace where native wildlife and flora are plentiful and breath-taking views are the norm.
Glenmoriston is located on the NC500 Route, Scotland’s answer to Route 66. Showcasing the North Highlands stunning scenery, it is considered one of the top coastal routes in the world, stretching for more than 500 miles featuring roads in the Black Isle, Caithness, Sutherland and Wester Ross. Since its launch in 2015, this lucrative venture has boosted tourism and economic growth across the region with accommodation providers and visitor attractions reporting a substantial increase in trade.
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