New owner sought for Argyll property

A nine-bedroom guest house near Lochgilphead in Argyll is being marketed by property agency Cornerstone.

Built as a Victorian sporting lodge in the 19th century, Ford House is located in the village of Ford, ten miles north of Lochgilphead.

The guest house has nine bedrooms.
The guest house has nine bedrooms.

The business currently trades as a guest house but is said to have previously operated as a destination restaurant with rooms.

Cornerstone director Barry McNeil, who is handling the sale, said Ford House is a “real gem of a business”.

“It is located in one of the nicest locations in Argyll in a tranquil village at the southern foot of Loch Awe,” said McNeil. 

“Loch Awe is famous for its trout and salmon fishing and the area attracts thousands of tourists a year who journey down the Argyll coast taking in the scenery in this stunning part of Scotland.”

Ford House is on the market with a guide price of £275,000.