The site drives income through the letting of pitches for tents and caravans, as well as the trade enjoyed in the Inn with its restaurant and bar. The majority of pitch business is pre-booked but there are a number of ‘off street’ customers who arrive without a prior booking.
The traditional ‘L’ shaped bar with table seating for 24 is a welcoming and characterful guest area; the service of bar meals is a strong income driver of the business. An area is set aside for a pool table and additionally there is a darts board, gaming machine and jukebox. The bar retains it own WCs for both gents and ladies. Through the bar is a spacious restaurant which has disabled access and can comfortably seat up to 40 covers but has a partition screen to facilitate a cosier environment for smaller gatherings. With good visibility over the wild countryside, the restaurant is a bright and commodious room. The public areas are serviced from a modern and ergonomically laid out commercial kitchen which is capable of a high level of food production. The Inn has a hard-standing car park which can accommodate 15 cars.
The caravan, motor home and camping pitch has a license for 19 units, including 13 hook-up points for caravans and motor homes, within an area of approximately 3250 metres square. This well-maintained 3-star facility has a good quality utilities building. This includes 2 washing machines and 2 tumble dryers, both of which are key-controlled from the main Inn. In addition there are spacious ladies and gents ablutions with showers units. Within the area there is power provision for pitches.
Located within some of the most stunning scenery in the North of Scotland, the business offers a warm and friendly Highland welcome to all its guests. Over recent years the present owners have developed the business and have gained an enviable reputation whilst offering a good standard of catering supported with good facilities. This has led to an all-year round operating model within buoyant trade resulting in a profitable business.
The Halladale complex is situated close to the village of Melvich and highly convenient for guests wishing to utilise the range of nearby shops and services. The busy and popular village of Melvich sits on the northern-most coast of Sutherland close to the town of Thurso.
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