Lochaline is a picturesque seaside village on the tip of the Morvern peninsula, around 40 miles from the town of Fort William

Inn at the deep end: remote hotel set amid stunning Scottish scenery and iconic wildlife offers lifestyle opportunity

If you want sea eagles, otters, basking sharks, wreck diving, fishing and sailing right on your doorstep, a rare chance has arisen to up sticks and move to one of the most scenic spots in Scotland.

Wednesday, 3rd February 2021, 12:30 pm
Updated Thursday, 4th February 2021, 12:56 pm

Lochaline is a picturesque seaside village at the remote southern tip of the Morvern peninsula, around 40 miles from the nearest tow – Fort William.

It is surrounded by spectacular countryside and boasts unrivalled views across the sea to the Isle of Mull, a short ferry journey away.

As well as its dramatic landscapes and stunning coastal location, the area is home to countless iconic wildlife species, making it a popular destination for nature tourists, sailors and outdoors adventurers of all sorts.

Lochaline Hotel, situated in a prime shoreside position in the village, is now up for sale and presents a major lifestyle opportunity for its new owners.

The property has eight bedrooms in total, five of which are currently used for guests and the remainder as private accommodation.

There is a traditional bar and spacious dining area, as well as a well-equipped kitchen, two shower rooms and cloakrooms.

The premises is bursting with potential, offering the choice of continuing to run as a commercial enterprise or turn it into a spacious family home.

And all this could be yours for the cost of a two-bedroom flat in Edinburgh’s New Town.

Lochaline hotel is on the market through MacPhee & Partners, with a guide price of £375,000.

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