An inn that sits on the south side of Loch Gairloch in Ross-shire is on the market.
For sale through property agent Christie & Co, the Badachro Inn is said to be surrounded by “spectacular coastline and immaculate beaches”.
The two-storey property features a traditional public bar with an open fire, which leads into a conservatory dining room overlooking Badachro bay; there is also three-bedroom owner’s accommodation.
The inn, which is said to attract a diverse trade including walkers, divers and sea anglers, is being sold by Martyn and Lesley Pearson, who have owned the business for the past 17 years and now plan to retire from the trade.
Stuart Drysdale, associate director at Christie & Co, said the sale of the inn is an opportunity to purchase a “well-established business occupying a truly enviable location on the west coast of Scotland”.
“The Badachro Inn offers the perfect chance for a couple or chef-proprietor to acquire a superb, popular business benefitting from a strong local client base and regular year round trade from tourists and visitors to the area,” he said.
“It is incredibly rare for a business like this one to become available in this part of the Highlands, and we’re confident that this inn will not be on the market for long.”
The Badachro Inn has an asking price of £425,000 for the freehold.