THE famend Loch Leven Lodge is up on the market following the choice from its homeowners to focus on a distinct business.
Specialist hospitality brokers, Drysdale & Firm, have been instructed to market the lochside resort in Ballachulish on the market.
The present homeowners, Craig and Noru Innes, have operated the enterprise for over eight years, are actually trying to promote the twelve-bedroom resort proper subsequent to the A82.
The Innes’ have determined to promote up in order that they will consider their Pixel Spirits model, which specialises in craft gin, vodka and rum.
A part of the Loch Leven Lodge dates again to the 17th century, when it was initially the Ferry Inn, situated on the northern touchdown level of the Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe ferry, made redundant in 1975 with the constructing of the Ballachulish Bridge.
The encompassing space is extraordinarily well-liked with outside fanatics on a year-round foundation with quite a few well-liked strolling and mountaineering routes close by, to incorporate the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, located a brief distance north in Fort William.
The group at The Loch Leven Lodge delight themselves on their excessive service ranges and high quality of lodging, with the resort successful a lot of awards throughout their tenure.
Twelve en-suite bedrooms are to be present in the primary resort, alongside the award-winning Outdated Ferry Bar, Loch View Restaurant, Literature Lounge and exterior decked seating space.
4 backyard pods have been added, every incorporating a single bed room and bathe. There’s additionally planning permission for a further two pods ought to a purchaser which to extend the bed room inventory.
The Loch Leven Lodge, together with its backyard pods, are provided on the market at gives over £1.1m.
There may be the chance to incorporate the outbuildings presently utilised for the distillery enterprise by separate negotiation.