Crubenbeg Highland Holiday Cottages is located on the outskirts of Aviemore, close to the main A9 route.
The business comprises eight self-catering cottages providing accommodation for up to 27 guests across one three-bedroom, two two-bedroom and five one-bedroom cottages. Each cottage has its own kitchen and bathroom facilities.
The sale also includes five-bedroom owner’s accommodation which is said to have been renovated and extended by the current owners.
Selling agent Bruce & Co is marketing Crubenbeg as a “unique and profitable lifestyle business”, with a “proven track record of profitability with excellent repeat business, offering potential to grow even further”.
The business is said to have been operating for 25 years and has previously been awarded a four-star rating and Green Tourism Gold award by the Scottish Tourist Board.
Jayne Adamson, sales manager at Bruce & Co, said the sale of Crubenbeg Highland Holiday Cottages gives buyers a “unique and exciting opportunity to purchase not only a successful and prestigious business but also a beautifully-presented owner’s home in an idyllic location”.
“This is an extremely rare lifestyle opportunity and early viewing is essential,” said Adamson.
Crubenbeg Highland Holiday Cottages is on the market at an asking price of £995,995 for the heritable property, fixtures, fittings and goodwill.