Scottish Highlands and West Coast favourite, the Corran Bunkhouse, a four-star hostel located adjacent to the slipway for the Corran Ferry to Ardgour, the A82 and close to the National Cycle Route 78, has been sold. 

A thriving and profitable business, the bunkhouse provides 32 bed spaces in 12 en-suite bedrooms across two bunkhouses, in addition to a detached, modern, two-bedroom house. The purchase price of the Corran Bunkhouse, was not disclosed but selling agent Colliers International confirmed it was around the asking price of £585,000.

New owners, Alan and Halina Hood, said: “We are looking forward to building on the success of the Corran Bunkhouse. It is an excellent business, which we intend to enhance further, to meet the accommodation needs of the discerning outdoor leisure market in a fantastic area of the UK.”

Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, commented: “The Corran Bunkhouse is your quintessential lifestyle business and is ideal for resident owners. It is an easily managed business, which appeals to a wide range of clientele – private, schools and club groups, and uniquely positioned and easily accessible in an area of Scotland that is, in essence, an outdoor ‘playground’.”

Corran Bunkhouse is located at Corran Ferry, Onich, Near Fort William, Inverness-shire, PH33 6SE