07 September 2015 | Hotels

Loch Awe guest house is on the market for first time in 35 years

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A superb opportunity to acquire an impressive Victorian guest house in a picturesque setting by Loch Awe in Argyll has become available with specialist property adviser Christie + Co.

Nestled in the village of Dalmally, amidst the breathtaking mountain scenery of the Strath of Orchy, Craig Villa Guest House offers all the hallmark qualities of a traditional Scottish guesthouse in its six comfortable letting rooms, and a cosy base to explore the nearby attractions of Glencoe, Oban and Fort William.

Standing elegantly in grounds of approximately 1.5 acres, the striking property has been owned and operated by two generations of the same family since 1980. The current owners, Rebecca and Emma Cressey, have now appointed Christie + Co to sell the business as they look to embark on a career change overseas.

Stuart Drysdale of Christie + Co’s Glasgow office is handling the sale, he comments: “Craig Villa offers a prospective purchaser an exciting business opportunity in an idyllic location. We are sure there will be a high level of interest from those seeking a lifestyle change.”

“A key attraction of the property is its spacious owners’ apartment, which includes a modern kitchen, dining area, lounge and four bedrooms. In addition to the existing property, the large site provides an excellent development opportunity, with outline planning permission having been approved for the construction of a detached house to the rear of the plot.”

Christie + Co is seeking offers in the region of £380,000 for the freehold interest in Craig Villa.