AN accommodation business close to Loch Ness is on the market for the first time in 18 years.
Invermoriston Holidays (pictured above) is located just one mile from the popular tourist attraction and comprises eight self-catering chalets, a stone-built crofter’s cottage said to date from 1820 and a four-bedroom owner’s bungalow.
After 17 seasons and with a 70th birthday next year, current owners Errol and Clare Levings, who bought the business in 1993, reckon it’s time for them to move on and hand the reins over to new owners.
Richard Moss, director at Colliers International, said the business occupies a prime location.
“Loch Ness is only half a mile away, the local shop and hotel is about a ten-minute walk, with Skye, Fort William and Inverness assessable for day trips. Errol and Clare’s retirement is a great opportunity for new owners to continue to develop an already successful business whilst enjoying the spectacular panoramic views.”
Invermoriston Holidays is on the market with a guide price of £695,000; there’s an option to buy a further two acres with five chalets, for which offers are invited.
Colliers International is also marketing two further accommodation businesses.
The Breadalbane Arms Hotel (pictured above) in the Perthshire town of Aberfeldy has 30 en suite letting rooms, two bars, a restaurant and function room. It’s on the market with a price tag of £375,000.
Meanwhile, the Star Hotel in Kingussie offers 35 en suite letting bedrooms, two bars, lounge, restaurant and function room. Offers around £650,000 are sought for the Speyside hotel.