Scottish property firm Graham + Sibbald are delighted to bring to the market the Plockton Inn, Plockton, IV52 8TW.
The Plockton Inn, originally a converted town villa, which has been extended over the years, as well as the addition of the adjacent bungalow and the Old School House opposite. The Inn provides 14 letting bedrooms; spacious bar; bistro restaurant; dining room; lounge; staff accommodation. There is a beer garden at the front of the hotel and are 2 good sized garden areas behind the Inn and the Old Schoolhouse, where there is ample space for picnic tables for alfresco F&B activities.
The village of Plockton, which is known as the Jewel of the Highlands, made famous by its numerous appearances in film and TV, particularly the Hamish McBeth series on the BBC. This seaside village overlooks Loch Carron and is therefore a very popular anchorage for visiting yachts, especially during its fortnight sailing regatta and its proximity to The Kyle of Lochalsh and therefore Skye, means it is a very popular tourism location with a plethora of outdoor attge, constructed in the 1960’s. The airfield can handle light aircraft, microlights and helicopters, thereby providing easy access to the Central Belt of Scotland for private charters.
The hotel is being sold by the family who have owned the hotel for over 23 years and now wish to retire.
Peter Seymour, Head of Hotel + Leisure with Graham + Sibbald, commented, “The Plockton Inn is a very well regarded sea food restaurant and hotel located in one of the most popular tourist villages in Scotland. This is a rare available opportunity to acquire a hotel with development opportunity, given the planning consent for 12 additional rooms and another 70 covers, this would ensure that during peak season the Hotel really benefits from the number of vistitors to the area.”
Graham + Sibbald are inviting “Offers over £1,500,000” for the Plockton Inn.
Please contact Peter for more information on this fantastic business opportunity at Peter.email@example.com.
Graham + Sibbald has 200 employees and 24 partners working across its 16 UK offices in Scotland and England.