A chance to get onto the North Coast 500 at Gairloch


The Millcroft Hotel exterior
The Millcroft Hotel is located in the popular tourist town of Gairloch, which sits on the North Coast 500 tourist route.

THERE’S an opportunity for an operator to acquire a hotel on Scotland’s popular North Coast 500 tourist route.

The Millcroft Hotel in Gairloch is on the market for offers over £700,000.

Commanding ‘stunning views’ over Loch Gairloch, the hotel includes 12 ensuite letting rooms (six standard rooms, four two-bedroom suites and two self-catering apartments) as well as both owner’s and manager’s accommodation.

A lounge bar and restaurant can cater for a combined 40 covers, served by what’s described as ‘a good sized and well laid out commercial kitchen with ample storage’.

The Millcroft is said to enjoy year-round trade, proving popular with a range of European customers booking through online booking sites as well as visitors to the neighbouring holiday park.

Selling agent DM Hall said the area appeals to a wide range of tourists due to activities including water sports, climbing, walking, fishing and shooting, as well as those tourists travelling around the North Coast 500.

The Millcroft Hotel interior

“This is a great opportunity to acquire a successful, busy and easily managed tourist hotel with an established reputation and the potential to increase the number of rooms by reconfiguration of staff rooms and redevelopment of disused storage areas,” said Margaret Mitchell of DM Hall, who is marketing the property.

“Our client is seeking offers over £700,000 including fixtures and fittings. Trading accounts are available upon request to seriously interested parties.”