Glenuig Inn on the market

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Glenuig Inn has been placed on the market for sale.

Selling agent Colliers International claim the Lochaber hotel is at the forefront of Scotland’s green tourism business.

Originally believed to have been an 18th century drovers’ inn, the current business is the culmination of ten years’ work by owner Steve Macfarlane, who put environmental sustainability at the forefront of his business.

Steve said: ‘We’ve demonstrated that incorporating sustainability is sound business sense. Sustainability and profitability are parts of the same approach. Doing so has turned this into a more profitable, efficient and sustainable business, making us very different from other businesses and saving us money while reducing our environmental footprint.’

The estate agency is inviting offers of around £895,000 for the Glenuig Inn.