A prestigious, luxury lodge business in the Scottish Highlands has been put on the market with an asking price just short of £2 million.
Situated in the village of Whitebridge on the south side of Loch Ness, the award-winning Wildside Highland Lodges is being sold by its Yorkshire-based owners through property advisers Colliers International.
Set in six acres of picturesque landscaped grounds with a stream running through it, Wildside was established in the 1980s and has been renovated and modernised significantly in recent years. Boasting 16 high specification opulent lodges in a variety of styles, the property was awarded the Hoseasons Diamond Award in 2014.
With private hot tubs and real log fires for guests to enjoy, Wildside has enjoyed excellent reviews and is rated 9.3 out of 10 by Reevo/Hoseasons and has a 5 star rating on TripAdvisor.
Richard Moss, Selling Agent and Head of Parks Agency at Colliers International, said, “Wildside is a truly stunning estate, combining beautiful Highland scenery with extremely high specification modern accommodation.
“All 16 lodges have either been constructed or comprehensively refurbished during the vendors’ nine-year ownership, and with the Highlands becoming an ever more popular and accessible tourist destination, Wildside has enjoyed excellent occupancy rates. With a guide price of £1.9 million, we expect keen interest from potential buyers.”
Offered for sale is the business and freehold of the site. There is planning permission for two further lodges and a number of other upgrades.