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Who will walk in to Inversnaid?

Established stop-over on West Highland Way up for sale

A BUNKHOUSE that is said to be a popular stop-over on the West Highland Way has recently come onto the market.
Located in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the Inversnaid Bunkhouse and Top Bunk Bistro, in Inversnaid, is situated less than half a mile east of the shores of Loch Lomond.

• The business operates out of a converted 19th century church; a recently-built log cabin (pictured) is included in the sale.

• The business operates out of a converted 19th century church; a recently-built log cabin (pictured) is included in the sale.

Property firm Colliers International, which is marketing the property, said the business has been “lovingly adapted from an old church”.
The bunkhouse and bistro is said to have retained many of the 19th century church’s original features.
The main property has space for 23 beds and boasts a 38-cover restaurant.
And complementing the bunkhouse is a recently-built log cabin, which adds a further five bedrooms and a living area; alternatively, the cabin could be used as accommodation for staff or owners.
The sellers of the property originally operated the bunkhouse themselves but in recent years have leased the business.
With the current lease now at an end, they have decided to sell the property.
Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels and agency team at Colliers International, said: “The Inversnaid Bunkhouse is a great place to stay, and its proximity to both Loch Lomond and the West Highland Way ensures perennial popularity.”
He added that the profitability of the business – which is said to have generated profits of more than £110,000 last year – should appeal to owner operators and investors alike.
Colliers is seeking offers of around £575,000 for the Inversnaid Bunkhouse and Top Bunk Bistro.

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