- Beautifully restored Victorian Property
- Visit Scotland 4 Star Gold
- Stunning Loch Views
- Private Gardens
- 6 En-Suite Letting Rooms
- Alcohol Licence
- Bright Guests Dining Room
- 1 Bedroom Owners Accommodation
- Mains electricity, water and drainage.
- Oil Central Heating
- Excellent Reviews
- EBITDA Circa £31,000
- Viewing Recommended
- Offers Over £775,000
- EXCEMPT HOME REPORT
It is with great pleasure that CCL bring to market Rudha-Na-Craige, a 4 star luxury guest house overlooking the famous Loch Fyne. A most impressive detached house, tastefully refurbished by the current owners the property boasts 6 luxury ensuite letting rooms, spacious public rooms and private owners accommodation. Fully licensed the Rudha-Na-Craige is available as a wedding venue and can cater for small intimate occasions or much larger events with a marquee on the lawn. At the rear of the property the former stables have valid planning permission for conversion into a 1 and 2-bedroom self-catering apartments. With a wealth of original features throughout this charming guest house has huge potential for new owners and will make an idyllic lifestyle change.
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Sold price history for PA32 8XT in past 5 years
Sold price history for PA32 in past 5 years
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