TWO Highland accommodation businesses have come onto the books of Bruce & Co.
High March bed and breakfast in Glen Urquhart has four letting bedrooms, a residents’ lounge and breakfast room, as well as an en suite owner’s bedroom with lounge area and balcony.
The property is close to Craigmonie woodland, near Drumnadrochit, which has a network of forest roads along the glen suitable for walking and cycling.
Sister property Drovers Cottage is on the market separately.
Located in the hills above Loch Ness close to the village of Drumnadrochit, the five-star self-catering cottage has four en suite bedrooms, a family room and shower room, kitchen and lounge with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the loch; there’s also an outdoor decking area with barbecue.
“Both businesses are not only situated in stunning locations, but potential buyers also have the added peace of mind that no work needs doing on the properties, which are offered in a truly walk-in condition,” said Bruce & Co’s Jamie Gibb.
“High March has scope for an immediate turnover with lunch snacks and evening meals and possible licensing to serve alcohol in the lounge area (or small bar server potential).”
Drovers Cottage and High March are each being marketed at £550,000 on a freehold basis.
Image – High March has four letting bedrooms.