The business is well placed being situated in a prime tourist destination in the West Highlands of Scotland. Glen Dochart, which is within the postal district of the beautiful village of Crianlarich, it is a thriving community benefiting from high demands for occupancy throughout the year with thousands of hikers, cyclists and adventure tourists descending upon the area.
This is a well performing business that has seen both investment and growth and offers an excellent opportunity for potential purchasers to acquire a profitable business in a much sought after location. Demand for its services throughout the year is high!
Prime tourist location
Well performing 10 bedroom Highland hotel
Excellent turnover and profitability
Strong repeated trade and high occupancy levels
Great growth potential
Licensed public bar
Well-equipped Commercial Kitchen
2 Bed owner’s accommodation,
5 acres of land
Barn approx 150m2
2 Additional Outbuildings
Enjoying unspoiled panoramic views of picturesque mountain ranges Suie Lodge Hotel is situated midway in the beautiful setting of Glen Dochart, which runs from the village of Crianlarich in the West towards Killin in the East. Crianlarich is nestled within Glen Strathfillan to the north west of the Trossachs, eight miles north of the head of Loch Lomond; the property is ideally situated in the stunning and tranquil west Highlands of Scotland, the ‘outdoor’ capital of the UK. Lying in the shadows of several Munro peaks, notably Ben More, Stob Binnein and Cruach Ardrain, the village hosts a range of tourist services and is a very popular stop over destination with hillwalkers, cyclists and adventure tourists. Crianlarich lies halfway along the long distance foot path the West Highland Way which attracts many thousands of visitors annually and Killin is on the Rob Roy Way.
The business offers a superb base for exploring Argyllshire, Perthshire and The Highlands with the villages being perfect locations for all outdoor pursuits. The surrounding area boasts mountains, glens, forests and lochs, all of which provide an abundance of recreational activities. Whether golfing, fishing, mountain biking, or hiking, the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park have it all. With a relatively low population, the comparatively small rural community boasts an extensive tourist trade and hospitality sector.
Crianlarich, although a small village, is extremely well serviced with good road and rail networks and is an important staging post on various transport routes linking central and northwestern Scotland. The main A82 road is joined briefly by the A85 Perth-Oban road at Crianlarich, both major trunk roads, while the West Highland railway divides here with one branch heading due west towards Oban, the other continuing north over Rannoch Moor to Fort William. Links to Glasgow and Inverness and their respective airports are also provided.
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