The multi-award winning, four-star Invergarry Hotel and brasserie is on the market for £1.195m through Colliers.
The Invergarry Hotel is situated in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, sandwiched between Fort William, Inverness and Skye. Sitting in a superb central location between two principal highland road routes, the main A82 Fort William to Inverness.
Built around 1885, the hotel is renowned for its character and a historical feel throughout. Today, the Invergarry operates as a 14-bed hotel and quality bistro and bar, offering brasserie-style food in relaxed environment, combined with leafy green and mountain views.
The bar and brasserie seats 66 covers, breakfast room sits 22 covers, and an additional two lounges that can also be used for private dining.
The current private owners acquired the hotel in 2006 and have invested a great amount of time into improving the hotel and building its reputation.
The establishment has achieved a four-star accreditation and has won awards such as, Recognition of Excellence Award 2020 in Hotels Combined, Scotland's Leading Historic Hotel 2019 in Lux Global Luxury Hotel Awards and Mountain View Hotel of the Year UK 2019 in Travel & Hospitality Awards.
Robert Smithson, Associate Director in Colliers’ Hotels Agency team, said, “The hotel is a fully developed and established business commanding a good tariff, has a high level of occupancy, particularly in the summer months and now generates substantial profit levels.
'There is valuable planning consent for an additional 12-bedroom annex in the grounds, and available subject to separate negotiation, an opportunity to buy further residential properties and a further development plot. This is a fantastic opportunity, giving investors a chance to purchase a highly successful business with significant prospects to grow the business and trade.”
The business benefits hugely from the leisure trade, both in passing and destination, as well as business travellers. The Invergarry’s strategic location brings in many tourists to the area as it is an excellent base to explore the aesthetic beauty of the Nevis Range, to catch a glimpse of the Jacobite steam train or even to the Loch Ness, where many travel in the hope of finding Nessie.