Monster £2m to grab 19-acre camping site next to world famous Loch Ness

A large caravan and camping site on the shores of Loch Ness has hit the market with monster spotters needing to part with at least £2 million to own the site.

The Loch Ness Shores facility, spanning almost 19 acres, is set immediately adjacent to the waters on the east side of the loch and is one of only three locations with direct access to the loch.

The park has some 300 metres of loch frontage, its own private slipway, salmon fishing permits, and a site licence for 124 tourers, tents, or motorhomes for 12-month use.

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It is presently a Camping & Caravanning Club franchise site, but is up for sale for the first time because the franchise is coming to an end and the owner is retiring.

A caravan and camping site on the shores of the world-renowned Loch Ness is on sale for offers of over £2 million.

Richard Moss, head of UK parks agency at Colliers, the property firm handling the sale, said: “The location is one of the world’s most renowned tourist destinations and the popularity of the area, including those coming to spot Nessie, shows no sign of abating.

“The Loch Ness Shores site has been thoughtfully developed by the vendors from scratch, and now offers a purchaser a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to benefit from the growing demand and sustained popularity of the UK touring, glamping, and short stay markets.”

Other features at the site include an amenity block, a new bistro and a “stunning” one-bedroom owner’s apartment with a gable window providing views over the loch.

There is also an opportunity to grow the site further with a 4.5 acre loch-side paddock which could be developed with holiday lodges.

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