Conveniently located off the main road network, Lagnaha Farm provides a rare opportunity to acquire a well-established holiday business offering plenty of scope for further development. The property is situated in a very picturesque, rural setting within the coastal …
Conveniently located off the main road network, Lagnaha Farm provides a rare opportunity to acquire a well-established holiday business offering plenty of scope for further development. The property is situated in a very picturesque, rural setting within the coastal village of Duror close to Loch Linnhe to the west and Glencoe to the north. The site, which borders Duror Forest, benefits from stunning, far reaching views of the surrounding countryside and is situated in an area known for its diverse wildlife. There is also an excellent choice of outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, skiing, cycling and canoeing. The site is a popular stop off for passing tourists, as well as an excellent base from which to explore the area. The business, which has been developed by the current owners over a number of years, enjoys high occupancy levels and its close proximity to the famous Glencoe and Ben Nevis mountain ranges offers the potential for year round operation. Within the village of Duror is a primary school and opposite the property the community hall which hosts a range of events throughout the year. Further north, the town of Fort William offers an excellent range of shops and other amenities. From the town, regular train services operate to the northern Highlands and south to Glasgow.
Dating from the last century, Lagnaha Farm comprises a mix of accommodation encompassing the traditional farmhouse, two delightful self-catering bothies, camping and caravanning facilities and two on site gypsy wagons (for sale separately). The farmhouse, which would benefit from further modernisation, is ideally suited for bed and breakfast with generous accommodation over two floors. Forming part of the original farm buildings, the bothies have been developed by the current owners to offer charming accommodation for a family of five or two couples. Both are equipped with wood burning stoves and under floor heating at ground floor level. To the rear of the farmhouse is the large camping field with cooking shelter and close by a further field with hook-ups for 5 vehicles. Adjoining fields offer the potential for both facilities to be extended. The site also includes a covered washing-up area and male/female WC block with showers. A double garage with laundry and freezer facilities forms part of an agricultural shed encompassing a workshop. To the south, is a stable block with two stables and tack room as well as a further, large shed. These outbuildings offer scope for development in a number of ways, including as a café and shop for which planning approval was obtained by the current owners (since lapsed).