A HIGHLAND accommodation business in an “enviable” setting has come onto the market.
Located in the village of Roy Bridge near Fort William, Bunroy Park comprises eight lodges, 25 caravan pitches and 40 camping areas in a nine-acre site where the River Roy meets the Spean.
The site also features camping pods and a yurt, which selling agent DM Hall said offers new owners the potential to capitalise on the trend for ‘glamping’ (glamorous camping).
Bunroy Park also has owner’s accommodation in the shape of a three-bedroom lodge.
The current owners have run the business for the past five years, operating the lodges all year round and the camping side of the business from April to October.
Described by DM Hall as “one of Scotland’s most attractive lifestyle businesses”, Bunroy Park is close to the A82 – the main route to Skye – and the A86, which runs through some of the country’s most spectacular scenery to join the other major Highland artery, the A9, at Kingussie. It’s also a short walk from Roy Bridge railway station, which is said to benefit from regular services to Fort William and Glasgow.
DM Hall said Bunroy Park is a “successful and profitable” business.
“Bunroy Park is a rare opportunity to purchase a proven lifestyle business with a substantial income and with approvals in place for further expansion,” said the firm in a statement.
“The area is a magnet for tourists throughout the year. Lochaber is known as the ‘outdoor capital’ of the UK, with the Aonach Mor gondola taking skiers to the Nevis Range in the winter and providing world-class mountain biking in the summer months.”
Bunroy Park is on the market with a guide price of £950,000.