The Weavers, Woodend, Tongue, Lairg, Highland
CCL Property are delighted to bring to market The Weavers, a Visit Scotland 4 star café, craft shop and B & B located close to the charming village of Tongue on the north coast of Sutherland. With dramatic elevated views across the bay The Weavers is a wonderful business opportunity on the busy North Coast 500 route with excellent trading figures. Included in the sale is a bustling craft shop and café and a 2 letting room bed and breakfast. New owners will be able to commence immediate trading and take advantage of the potential to expand the business. The Weavers is presented in immaculate condition throughout and early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the stunning location and business prospects.
Visit Scotland 4 star award GIFT Shop
Substantial decking area with stunning views
Very large car park
2 en-suite letting rooms
1 bed owner’s accommodation
OIRO £375,000 + SAV
The Weavers occupies a fantastic position near the charming village of Tongue and enjoys expansive sea views towards the Pentland Firth. The property lies just of the A836 which forms part of the North Coast 500 route, Scotland’s answer to Route 66. Showcasing the North Highlands stunning scenery, the route is considered one of the top coastal routes in the world which stretches for more than 500 miles features roads in the Black Isle, Caithness, Sutherland and Wester Ross. Since its launch in 2015, this lucrative tourism product has boosted tourism and economic growth across the region with accommodation providers and visitor attractions reporting a substantial increase in trade. Popular activities nearby include fishing on the nearby rivers, game stalking, cycling, walking and surfing whilst popular destinations include Durness, Cape Wrath, John O’Groats and Orkney. The friendly villages of Tongue and Bettyhill provide day to day amenities including a primary school, village shop and post office. Thurso lies approximately 43 miles to the East and offers a greater range of amenities being Scotland’s northernmost town. The town benefits from a mainline railway station whilst airport facilities can be found at Wick. Inverness, the capital of highlands can be access in 2 ½ hours allowing onward journeys south.
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