Commercial Property for saleGlen Devin - PH33
- Business for sale
- POPULAR TOURIST CATCHMENT AREA
- 5 GUEST LETTING ROOMS
- HUGE POTENTIAL FOR GROWTH
- 2 DECKED BALCONY AREAS
Bruce and Co. are privileged to introduce to the market Glendevin B&B, a beautifully presented guest house situated in Onich within the Scottish Highlands. The business has been awarded a Gold Guest Award and receives great reviews on Trip Advisor. Glendevin provides accommodation in 5 letting rooms on a bed and breakfast basis in a commanding property with elegant interior making the business very unique in the local area. The property has been under the very caring ownership of our clients since 1998 and during their time here they have carefully carried out substantial renovations and refurbishments throughout the entire building to an extremely high standard, creating an impressive property. Our clients are reluctantly offering the business to the market due to their impending wish to retire. Glendevin enjoys a generous turnover and not only provides the owners with an excellent source of income but also a substantial and completely private family home. The property truly is superbly presented and can only be appreciated in full by viewing. The business enjoys high occupancy levels trading only 6 months of the year. Despite this we believe that further marketing and visibility on other accommodation booking sites would undoubtedly increase turnover in conjunction with extending the opening months.
Situated between the Nevis Range Mountain Resort near Fort William and the Glencoe Mountain Resort the village is accessed off the A82 trunk road which runs from Glasgow to Inverness. Whilst the property is within easy reach of the main road it still benefits from a quiet, south facing, lochside location with clear, uninterrupted views all the way to the Isle of Mull. The village of Onich lies along the shore of Loch Linnhe, north of the Ballachulish Bridge on the A82 and in sight of the Glencoe mountains to the south-east. Although the village is small it has all the local amenities on your doorstep and during the summer months is a popular holiday spot with both locals and tourists. Fort William approximately 9 miles north east is the economic and administrative hub of Lochaber with shops, supermarkets, banks, offices etc.
The business premises occupy an impressive detached building with an imposing position on an elevated spot. The décor and interior has been thoughtfully planned and implemented by the current owners to an extremely high standard throughout which is reflected in the previous reviews by guests. The property is arranged over 2 floors and entrance to the building is from the front which leads in to a large welcoming reception hallway.
A guests lounge is located to the right hand side of the property and provides a quiet and relaxing environment to host a meeting or unwind. An added attraction in this room are the patio doors leading out to a decking area at the front. Breakfast is served in the dining conservatory which enjoys plenty of natural light and offers seating for all guests at any one serving.
The B&B consists of 5 letting bedrooms 3 of which are en-suite and 2 which have private bathrooms. Each bedroom offers a comfortable level of guest accommodation which today’s traveller expects. The rooms benefit from all of the usual facilities including tea/coffee making facilities, TV with DVD player, radio alarm and hair dryer. Each room is finished with modern contemporary interior and traditional furnishing and is presented to a very high standard.
The owners currently share the lounge area with guests but also have the potential to easily create a separate lounge as the room to the front of the property is currently used only for storage. The owners bedroom is of good size and is en-suite.
The property has a good sized fully fitted kitchen with plenty of prep area and also benefits from a utility room leading to the outside.
The property is set within 1/3 an acre of land (approx) and private parking is available for up to 6 cars. The garden is well maintained with woodland surrounding the property. The property has two decked areas, 1 on the ground floor and 1 on the second floor look out over the countryside.
The property has mains water, drainage and electricity.
The property is held on the Scottish equivalent of freehold.
The business conforms to all fire regulations.
Accounts are available on request after a formal viewing has taken place.
This is an excellent opportunity to purchase a successful business which has been renovated to an excellent standard and trades with an enviable reputation and client base. Wonderful lifestyle opportunity and substantial family home - early viewing of this business is essential !
Offers over £450,000 are sought for the heritable property, fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock in trade will be additional at valuation.
An inventory will be compiled to detail all items of a personal nature excluded from the sale; this will be available to all parties wishing to offer.
Strictly by appointment through the sellers’ sole agents, Bruce & Company. Please remember when viewing that staff and locals may not be aware that the business is on the market and we would be grateful if you do not talk openly about the business while in the area.
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All offers, couched in Scottish Legal Terms, should be submitted to the seller’s sole agents Bruce & Company.
Should you require further information on this or any other property, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0131 3140660.
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