Public & lounge bars, function room and conservatory
5 en suite letting bedrooms
Self contained spacious owners’ accommodation
Prominently situated on busy A833 road
Reasonably good condition throughout
Energy Performance Rating Band G
Guide price £195,000
DESCRIPTION - The subjects comprise a former Highland village inn, occupying a relatively large corner site. The principal building is of two storey and attic construction and it has been extended to provide the current accommodation. There is a conservatory style extension to the front left of the property which provided an attractive dining area/restaurant.
There is an area of lawn to the front of the property, a spacious car park to the front and the side, and the site incorporates a bark surfaced children’s outside play area, an adjacent smoking shelter and a beer garden. In terms of outbuildings there is a garage and store type building to the immediate rear of the property.
The property is entered through the conservatory extension to the front, from which access to the internal hallway/reception is gained in addition to the lounge bar and function room.
The internal hallway fronts the reception desk and administrative office, and to the right hand side of the ground floor there is a function room.
The lounge bar servery is back to back with the public bar for ease of management. The public bar has been extended relatively recently and the new portion incorporates an open plan games area.
There are male and female toilets within the public bar and there is a door out to the adjacent beer garden and smoking shelter.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of stainless steel equipment and work surfaces. The island cooking facilities have an industry standard extraction hood above.
There are further male and female toilets to the rear of the ground floor, and adjacent lie further ancillary facilities including a laundry and a staff toilet.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is a single storey portacabin style annex which is situated to the rear of the property. It provides kitchen storage and preparation facilities.
At first floor level there are five letting rooms, largely configured as doubles or twins, each having an en suite shower room with a relatively modern three piece white suite. The exception is Room 1, a family room, which has an en suite bathroom.
There is a small room to the front of the first floor which was formerly utilised by a local hairdresser as a salon.
At attic level is the proprietor/manager’s flat. This comprises a lounge, kitchenette two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The inventory remains in situ and the property has been relatively well maintained, and is in a reasonable condition throughout.
THE BUSINESS - The business ceased trading in October 2015.
We are advised by Highland Council Licensing Department that the Premises Licence remains in place. Any enquiries in relation to a Licence should be undertaken directly with the Licensing Department on 01349 886 606.
The property occupies a prominent position on the corner of the main A833 and the local road which provides access into the village of Kiltarlity.
The rural settlement of Kiltarlity lies approximately ten miles West of Inverness, and a similar distance North of Drumnadrochit, one of the most popular landmarks on the North Bank of Loch Ness.
The scenic town of Beauly lies approximately three miles to the North and the River Beauly is one the best Scottish salmon fishing rivers. The area attracts a high level of visitors throughout the year.
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