New owner sought for stunning Highlands hotel in Hamish Macbeth village of Plockton

A rare opportunity to set up business in one of the most famous seaside villages in the Scottish Highlands has arisen as an award-winning hotel in picturesque Plockton comes on the market.

Wednesday, 14th October 2020, 4:45 pm
Updated Wednesday, 14th October 2020, 4:58 pm

The scenic village, set on the shores of Loch Carron in Wester Ross, has been dubbed the Jewel of the Highlands.

It achieved international fame when it became the setting for the popular television police drama Hamish Macbeth, attracting visitors from across the globe.

With its palms trees and breathtaking views, it remains a popular destination for tourists – both day-trippers and overnighters – and benefits from its own railway station, airfield and berthing facilities for seaborne visitors.

Plockton Inn is conveniently located on the main road that runs through the village.

It boasts 14 letting bedrooms spread across two properties, as well as a lounge bar, a public bar, a dining room and plenty of outside space for eating and drinking.

There is owner accommodation in the form of a two-bedroom flat within the main building, while planning consent has been approved for 12 further letting rooms and additional dining space.

Plockton Inn is on the market through agent Graham and Sibbald at offers over £1,500,000.

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