The Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel on the banks of Loch Lochy has been put up for sale with an asking price of £795,000, as the owners seek to concentrate their efforts on the development of a nearby marina.

A 14-bedroom hotel, said to enjoy one of the best locations in the Highlands, Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel is being offered for sale by Colliers International, with the selling agent inviting offers over £795,000.

The property commands spectacular views over beautiful and dramatic Loch Lochy and the Great Glen, and sits alongside the busy main A82 Fort William to Inverness road. Its position on the 'Road to the Isles' ensures the hotel is highly visible to a large volume of passing trade, and Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, said that makes the Letterfinlay a particularly attractive business proposition. It already boasts excellent TripAdvisor ratings, ranking top for accommodation in the Spean Bridge area.

Alistair Letham said: “The Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel fulfils handsomely the adage that success depends on 'location, location, location'. The hotel has been extensively renovated and refurbished by the current owners since they bought the property in 2006, and now provides that special touch of affordable luxury in this dramatic and popular location. Not only that, the business is extremely well established and showing very good levels of profitability.”

The Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel has 14 attractive en-suite rooms and features the Ospreys Seafood Restaurant and Osprey Sun Deck that take full advantage of the spectacular elevated position overlooking Loch Lochy. There is also a new Whisky Lounge and conservatory. The hotel is being sold with access to the beach and foreshore jetty, allowing guests to enjoy Loch Lochy to the fullest possible degree, and trout fishing rights can also be included.