West Highland Way stop-over famed for feral goats hits the market for £575k

Inversnaid (front)

An iconic bunkhouse popular with walkers on the West Highland Way – and famed as the haunt of a herd of wild goats – has been put up for sale with Colliers International for £575k.

The Inversnaid Bunkhouse, along with its established Top Bunk Bistro and recently added log cabin, is being sold as a going concern, having booked profits of more than £110,000 last year.

The property has been adapted from an old 19th century church, with many of the original features having been retained. The bunkhouse provides 23 bedrooms and the restaurant can seat 38 covers.

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Complementing the bunkhouse is the recently built log cabin, which offers a further 5 bedrooms and living area and could also be used as accommodation for staff or owners.

Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, said: “The Inversnaid Bunkhouse is a great place to stay, and its proximity to both Loch Lomond and the West Highland Way ensure perennial popularity. The profitability of the business will be of appeal to not only owner operators – who may be attracted by the chance to live in this stunning part of the world themselves – but also investors who may choose to lease the business as the current owners did.”

The sellers, who originally operated the bunk house themselves, have in recent years leased the business, and have decided to put the property on the market as the current tenants have come to the end of their lease.



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