Argyll business is on the way

Established guest house is said to be popular year-round

• Tigh Na Cheo, in the village of Kinlochleven, Argyll, is on the popular West Highland Way.

A FOUR-star guest house on the West Highland Way offers an opportunity to purchase an established business in a popular Scottish beauty spot.

Tigh Na Cheo in the village of Kinlochleven, Argyll, has been upgraded and modernised by the current owners, and features nine en suite letting rooms, a guest lounge with open fire and spacious dining room for 18 covers.

The West Highland Way attracts walkers from all over the world.

There is also a fully-equipped modern kitchen, laundry area, storeroom and small office.
The owner’s accommodation is located on the top floor, separate from the guests’ quarters, and has private access. It includes an open-plan
sitting room/kitchen with wood-burning stove.
A private garden and a timber-built chalet are also found in the grounds.
There is planning permission to convert the chalet into a further letting accommodation unit.
“This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a business venture in a very beautiful part of Scotland,” said Suzanne Moss of Strutt & Parker’s Inverness office, who is handling the sale.
“The West Highland Way attracts walkers from all over the world and Tigh Na Cheo is already a well-established business which has substantial accommodation with permission to expand by developing a chalet in the grounds.”