ROB Roy MacGregor, seen by some as Scotland’s Robin Hood, lives on in the name of a traditional hostelry in the Stirlingshire village of Buchlyvie.
Now the Rob Roy Inn, a pub and restaurant frequented by locals, tourists and other visitors since the 1880s, is set to change hands.
Located on the main road to Loch Lomond National Park and en route to the Trossachs, the inn is well-placed to take advantage of passing trade as well as looking after local customers.
The public bar has an open fire and traditional interior, while a rear extension opens on to an external smoking area and beer garden; there is also a car park.
The upper floor of the property is divided into two flats: a two-bedroom property used by the current owners, and another flat of the same size, which is currently let on a short assured tenancy.
Paul Shiells, a director with selling agent Colliers International, said the property offers scope for further development.
“The Rob Roy Inn lies at the heart of Buchlyvie, a 500-strong community with its own primary school, businesses and local housing,” he said. “Backed by a loyal customer base, this is also an excellent opportunity for a new owner to build on passing trade from the A811 and nearby B835.”
The inn is being marketed with a price tag of offers over £225,000.