This pretty traditional pub sits in a wonderful location on the west coast of Scotland and currently operates as a very successful business
Badachro Inn is a traditional Scottish pub on the west coast of Scotland, located above Applecross and below Ullapool. This early-mid 19th century building was used by local fishermen, but now provides an idyllic setting for a restaurant and bar with wonderful sea views.
The ground floor has a traditional bar timber seating and tables, slate flooring, wood-panelled walls and an open fireplace. The dining conservatory lies to the front with unrivalled views over the sea.
Upstairs is the spacious owners’ accommodation comprising three bedrooms, the living room, bathroom, laundry room, shower room with WC and office.
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The hamlet of Badachro is situated approximately six miles to the south of the village of Gairloch, and is a popular and well known tourist area, particularly with the yachting fraternity and outdoor enthusiasts.
There is a post office, bank, primary and secondary school, doctors surgery, golf course, hotels and local shops and Badachro has a small harbour. The area is well known for its fantastic sandy beaches, as well as for sea kayaking, diving, sea-fishing and surfing.
The business is already very successful and has been widely reviewed in national publications as one of the best places to eat and drink on the west coast of Scotland.
The guide price is offers over £475,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 1463 719 171.