The land includes 22 four and five star holiday chalets, along with a five-bedroom Victorian lodge house set in its own grounds.
Additionally there is potential for further development and planning consent has been granted for an additional 16 chalets and a function room.
The estate is exceptionally scenic, situated on the shore of Loch Dochart, at the foot of Ben More.
Harry Stott of Galbraith, the property consultancy who is handling the sale, said: “Portnellan offers an excellent opportunity to live in one of the most desirable rural locations in Scotland and continue operating this successful, reputable holiday business, which provides an outstanding experience for families and outdoor enthusiasts.”
He added that the business was founded in the late 1970’s and that they expect a “considerable degree of interest” as people across the country are looking to improve their work-life balance in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Portnellan House is a Victorian house located on the south side of the estate with gorgeous views over the surrounding countryside.
The outside space includes a garden with a pond, garages, a workshop, a log store, an office and a tarmac parking area.
The holiday chalets are made of timber and are set in landscaped ground surrounded by mature woodland, and they all have decking areas outside and car parking.
Five chalets are owned by the business, while a further 17 have been sold, with Portnellan operating a structured management contract with the owners of these properties including maintenance, housekeeping and marketing the properties for bookings.
The current owners have a very proactive approach to marketing and have a significant advertising presence on a range of tourism web sites.
The business has average annual occupancy rates in excess of 70 per cent. The current owners have achieved significant repeat bookings in recent years with a consistent turnover and substantial net profit. Full detailed accounts are available on request from Galbraith.
Portnellan has won numerous awards including VisitScotland’s Thistle award for ‘Best Accommodation provider’ in the region, a ‘Certificate of Excellence’ awarded by Tripadvisor for eight years in a row and has a rating of 9.3 out of 10 from Booking.com.
Dating back to the 15th century, Portnellan estate is steeped in history, the name itself derives from being the port of the Loch Dochart castle which is situated on a private island in the neighbouring loch.
The area is renowned for its outdoor pursuits with watersports available on Loch Earn, Loch Tay and the River Tay.
There are a number of challenging munros nearby and attractive woodland walks, the site also offers easy access to Winter Sports at Glen Coe and Aonach Mhor.
Fishing for salmon and trout is available from the river bank and various lochs, and guests at the park also benefit from the use of rowing boats and kayaks.Situated at the base of the iconic Munro of Ben More, Portnellan is nestled amongst some of the most beautiful and dramatic mountain scenery in Scotland, with the small village of Crianlarich two miles to the West.
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