The business has been owned by the current proprietors for over 30 years and has an enviable reputation having a 5 star Restaurant with Room rating from AA as well as many awards received by the owners over their period of ownership.
Parts of the property are believed to date back to the 17th century and undoubtedly the vaulted baronial style restaurant is the key feature of the property. The business currently trades on a five day per week opening (closing Wednesday and Thursday) as well only trading for 7 months of the year from April to October inclusive.
The business is run by a husband and wife team with the assistance of three part-time staff.
The business generates a good profit on limited trading hours and undoubtedly offers massive potential to further increase the already excellent turnover and profits by opening seven days per week. as well as offering morning coffees, lunches, afternoon teas etc. New owners may also consider offering morning coffees, lunches and afternoon teas, especially in the main tourist season.
This is a fantastic opportunity for anybody wishing to buy a successful business within the National Park which has a great trading record yet has further potential to be realised.
Current EPC energy rating – G.
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Creagan House is run by a husband and wife team with the assistance of three part-time staff.
Number of bedrooms: 1
The owners’ accommodation is situated to the rear of the premises and offers a large double bedroom with ensuite shower room as well as an office area. There is potential to expand the property to the rear should any new owners require larger accommodation for their own use or by converting the garage into additional owners’ accommodation (subject to appropriate permissions etc).
The village of Strathyre is situated within the “Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park” astride the A84 which runs from Stirling to the west coast connecting Oban and Fort William with Scotland’s central belt and motorway network. The village sits at the head of Loch Lubnaig with Creagan House having views over Ben Ledi, Ben Vane and Ben Shian.
Strathyre and the nearby town of Callander are often described as the gateway to the highlands. Strathyre itself is surrounded by beautiful rural countryside yet is only around an hour and a quarter’s drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Whilst there is obviously an abundance of walking and climbing in the area there is also numerous other sporting amenities including cycling, fishing, wildlife watching, water sports at nearby Lochearnhead and other tourist attractions such as distilleries, antique centres, historic buildings etc.
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