Specialist Hospitality agents, Drysdale & Company, have been instructed to market The Loch Leven Hotel in Ballachulish for sale.

The current owners, Craig and Noru Innes, who have operated the business for over eight years, are now looking to sell the twelve bedroom hotel right next to the A82, one of the main tourist routes leading from Central Scotland north to Fort William, Skye and beyond via the dramatic Glencoe pass, so that they can concentrate on their successful Pixel Spirits brand, which specialises in craft gin, vodka and rum.


Rich in history, part of the Loch Leven Hotel dates back to the 17th century, when it was originally the Ferry Inn, located on the northern landing point of the Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe ferry, made redundant in 1975 with the building of the Ballachulish Bridge.


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The surrounding area is extremely popular with outdoor enthusiasts on a year round basis with numerous popular walking and hiking routes nearby, to include the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, situated a short distance north of the property in Fort William.


The team at The Loch Leven Hotel pride themselves on their high service levels and quality of accommodation, with the hotel winning a number of awards during their tenure.


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Twelve individually styled en-suite bedrooms are to be found in the main hotel, alongside the award winning Old Ferry Bar, 90 cover Loch View Restaurant, Literature Lounge and external decked seating area.


Four garden pods have been added, each incorporating a single bedroom and shower. There is also planning permission for an additional two pods should a purchaser which to increase the bedroom stock.


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The Loch Leven Hotel, including its garden pods, are offered for sale at offers over £1.1 million. There may also be the opportunity to include the outbuildings currently utilised for the distillery business by separate negotiation.


Contact: www.drysdaleandcompany.co.uk


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