Guest House And Holiday Cottage Business For Sale In Fionnphort Isle Of Mull

Isle Of Mull, Argyll and Bute
Price: £ 775,000
Seller Reference: 3896
Asking Price: £775,000
Net Profit: Undisclosed
Sales Revenue: Undisclosed
Number of Staff: Send enquiry for more details.
Established For: Send enquiry for more details.
Ownership: Freehold

Business Summary

Preferred Commercial is delighted to offer for sale this well-presented guest house, which was established in the early 1980’s and which has been in our client’s careful hands since 2004. The guest house is only now being placed onto the market due to our client’s wish to retire. The business is run at a pace to suit our client and the accommodation offers considerable flexibility and potential for development. Our client offers 6 guest bedrooms on a bed and breakfast basis with occasional evening meals and also lets the 2 holiday cottages set in the grounds. A new owner could also embark on a modest marketing campaign as there is currently little advertising in place. The premises are well-presented throughout and boast spacious self-contained 2 bedroom owners’ accommodation within the main building. The business has an enviable reputation in the area and benefits from much repeat trade. We feel this is an ideal opportunity to acquire a guest house with huge scope for future growth. Early negotiations with Preferred Commercial must come highly recommended.

Well-presented guest house, which was established in the early 1980's and which has been in our client's careful hands since 2004. The guest house is ...

Property Infomation

  Property: Freehold
 
  Living Accommodation: Yes
 
  Details of Accommodation: Guest house property with 6 letting rooms (sleeping 13 guests), owners' accommodation and 2 detached cottages set in approximately 9 acres of land. Briefly comprising:

Ground Floor
� Entrance hall with elegant stairway leading to first floor
� Guest lounge with soft seating, open fireplace and a large bay window
� Dining room with tables and chairs for up to 12 covers
� Kitchen with commercial 8-burner stove, dishwasher, microwave oven, refridgerator, chest freezer and double sink unit
� Laundry room/store room with 2 x washing machines, tumble dryer and sink unit
� Room 1: Family room with double bed, 2 x single beds, large walk-in wardrobe and en-suite facilities

Owners' accommodation comprising:
� Double bedroom
� Single bedroom
� Lounge
� Office
� Bathroom

First Floor
� Room 2: large twin-bedded with bay window seating area, chest of drawers and bedside cabinet
� Private bathroom for use of room 2
� Room 3: double room with double bed, fitted wardrobe, bedside table, chest of drawers and en-suite shower facilities
� Room 4: single room with single bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and en-suite shower facilities
� Room 5: double room with king size bed, fitted wardrobe, bedside cabinets, dressing table and en-suite shower facilities
� Room 6: twin-bedded room with chest of drawers, fitted wardrobe and en-suite shower facilities

Cottage 1
An imaginative conversion of former stables sited behind the house offering:

� Large living room with high beamed ceiling, sitting and dining areas
� Kitchen with fitted cupboards, oven, refrigerator and microwave oven
� Utility room with tumble dryer
� Shower room
� Bedroom 1: double bed, fitted wardrobe, dressing table and bedside cabinets
� Bedroom 2: twin beds, fitted wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside table

Cottage 2
Sited in an area of garden behind the house, a detached building offering:

� Large lounge area
� Kitchen with fitted cupboards, electric cooker and refrigerator
� Bathroom
� Double bedroom with fitted wardrobes

External
� Workshop and store rooms to the rear of the house
� The land extends to approximatley 9 acres, which includes an area of shoreland fronting on to a small fresh water loch
� Attractive south-facing lawned garden with trees and shrubs
� Adequate parking to the front and side of the house
 
  Location: Achaban House is a substantial mid-19th century fomer manse, set within 9 acres of land in a prominent position on the outskirts of the village of Fionnphort, at the southern end of the Isle of Mull. The premises, which include two detached cottages, have spectacular views across Loch Pottie and the surrounding countryside. There are a selection of amenities and attractions in the area and Fionnphort is the main ferry terminal to the island of Iona, carrying approximately 250,000 passengers each year. Fionnphort has a general store and a Post Office, with a primary school situated in nearby Bunessan. The business is easily accessed as it is situated directly on the A849 which connects to Craignure, approximately 37 miles away, and the ferry to the mainland. The Isle of Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides and, due to its accessibility, is extremely popular with tourists and day trippers alike. Tobermory lies approximately 60 miles north of the business and is the main town on the island.

Other Details

  Property: Freehold
 
  Living Accommodation: Yes
 
  Details of Accommodation: Guest house property with 6 letting rooms (sleeping 13 guests), owners' accommodation and 2 detached cottages set in approximately 9 acres of land. Briefly comprising:

Ground Floor
� Entrance hall with elegant stairway leading to first floor
� Guest lounge with soft seating, open fireplace and a large bay window
� Dining room with tables and chairs for up to 12 covers
� Kitchen with commercial 8-burner stove, dishwasher, microwave oven, refridgerator, chest freezer and double sink unit
� Laundry room/store room with 2 x washing machines, tumble dryer and sink unit
� Room 1: Family room with double bed, 2 x single beds, large walk-in wardrobe and en-suite facilities

Owners' accommodation comprising:
� Double bedroom
� Single bedroom
� Lounge
� Office
� Bathroom

First Floor
� Room 2: large twin-bedded with bay window seating area, chest of drawers and bedside cabinet
� Private bathroom for use of room 2
� Room 3: double room with double bed, fitted wardrobe, bedside table, chest of drawers and en-suite shower facilities
� Room 4: single room with single bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and en-suite shower facilities
� Room 5: double room with king size bed, fitted wardrobe, bedside cabinets, dressing table and en-suite shower facilities
� Room 6: twin-bedded room with chest of drawers, fitted wardrobe and en-suite shower facilities

Cottage 1
An imaginative conversion of former stables sited behind the house offering:

� Large living room with high beamed ceiling, sitting and dining areas
� Kitchen with fitted cupboards, oven, refrigerator and microwave oven
� Utility room with tumble dryer
� Shower room
� Bedroom 1: double bed, fitted wardrobe, dressing table and bedside cabinets
� Bedroom 2: twin beds, fitted wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside table

Cottage 2
Sited in an area of garden behind the house, a detached building offering:

� Large lounge area
� Kitchen with fitted cupboards, electric cooker and refrigerator
� Bathroom
� Double bedroom with fitted wardrobes

External
� Workshop and store rooms to the rear of the house
� The land extends to approximatley 9 acres, which includes an area of shoreland fronting on to a small fresh water loch
� Attractive south-facing lawned garden with trees and shrubs
� Adequate parking to the front and side of the house
 
  Location: Achaban House is a substantial mid-19th century fomer manse, set within 9 acres of land in a prominent position on the outskirts of the village of Fionnphort, at the southern end of the Isle of Mull. The premises, which include two detached cottages, have spectacular views across Loch Pottie and the surrounding countryside. There are a selection of amenities and attractions in the area and Fionnphort is the main ferry terminal to the island of Iona, carrying approximately 250,000 passengers each year. Fionnphort has a general store and a Post Office, with a primary school situated in nearby Bunessan. The business is easily accessed as it is situated directly on the A849 which connects to Craignure, approximately 37 miles away, and the ferry to the mainland. The Isle of Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides and, due to its accessibility, is extremely popular with tourists and day trippers alike. Tobermory lies approximately 60 miles north of the business and is the main town on the island.