OPERATORS considering a change of pace might be interested in the Crask Inn near Lairg in Sutherland.
The remote property currently trades as a bar and accommodation business, catering to walkers, cyclists and shooting parties visiting the area.
Accommodation at the Crask Inn, which has a five-star rating on review site Trip Advisor, comprises four letting rooms currently set up to sleep seven guests and a two-bedroom cottage which sleeps six.
The Crask Inn has a bar serving keg and packaged products and a dining room with seating for 20 covers; both areas are serviced by a small commercial kitchen. Owner’s accommodation currently comprises a double bedroom on the first floor of the property and a ground floor lounge.
The sale of the property includes its grounds of 11 acres with access rights to over 2500 acres which the current owners operate as a smallholding with around 140 ewes and cattle. There is also a greenhouse, kennels and summerhouse to the rear of the inn.
Paul Hart, director of commercial sales at ASG Commercial, the firm handling the sale, said the inn operates all year round and enjoys “buoyant” trade.
“What the Crask Inn lacks in modern conveniences it more than makes up for in charm and character,” he said.
Offers over £349,000 are being sought for the inn.