Located in Appin, Argyll, the Creagan Inn comprises a bar, lounge and a dining area offering views of Loch Creran.
A waterside decking area, equipped with a fire pit, offers guests views of the loch and al fresco dining.
In addition to passing trade from the cycle path, the Creagan Inn is said to attract customers from the nearby village as well as a neighbouring self-catering holiday park within walking distance, a number of bed and breakfasts within a short drive and holiday parks in the local area.
A waterside decking area with a fire pit provides an al fresco dining option for guests.
The inn’s location on the A828 route between Fort William and Oban provides an “enviable catchment” for the rural pub, according to ASG Commercial.
A spokeswoman for the selling agent described the Creagan Inn as a “superb property” and an “ideal opportunity” to build on an already established business in an “outstanding centuries-old but recently modernised inn”.
“Sitting right beside a beautiful sea-loch on the majestic coastline between Fort William and Oban, these premises have been renovated to a very high standard and offer outstanding customer facilities,” she said.
The Creagan Inn is available for £50,000 for the leasehold at a rent of £39,500 per annum.