207 to 207 Ac(83.77 to 83.77 Ha)
Guide price £1,195,000

Caravan & Camping Site, Isle of SkyeEdinbane, Portree, Highland, IV51 9PS


    Key features

    • Developed for 105 touring pitches including 2 camping pods and 2 yurts
    • Site licence period 10th February to 10th January
    • Franchise of the Camping & Caravanning Club
    • Detached 3 bedroom owner's residence
    • Good standard facilities to include central toilet block
    • AA 4 Gold Pennant, Visit Scotland 4 stars
    • Scotland category winner - Platinum Award
    • Loo of the Year 2017 and Attendant of the Year Award 2017

    Skye Camping and Caravanning Club Site is sited on an area of a total of circa 207 acres to include a 200 acre working croft.

    About this property

    • The park itself is of mainly level land which extends down to the banks of Loch Greshornish and has been developed to a high standard. There are a total of 105 pitches, 46 of which are hardstanding and the remainder being a mixture of grass with electric and standard grass pitches with a total of 85 electric hook-up points. There is planning permission in place for a further hard standing pitches which would further improve the business going forward. The park is one of just a small number of franchise sites across the UK. It is relatively rare to be given the opportunity to purchase an established franchise site and purchasers will be given the benefit of being able to rely on the influx of the many club members. Added benefits include having bookings made and organised for them from the central reservation team with integrated booking software as well as the extra income this all brings. The owner's are undertaking improvements to the park by putting in new roadways, resurfacing part of the tarmacadam driveway, resurfacing pitches, adding a third staff pitch and generally improving the site.

    Local information

    • The park is situated on the Isle of Skye which is a particularly attractive part of the British Isles forming part of the Inner Hebrides and easily accessible via a road bridge. The island is famed for its picturesque vistas and has a thriving tourism
    • industry with visitors travelling to Skye from across the world making it an essential part of a sight-seeing trip to Scotland. A good proportion of its visitors are from mainland Europe and many others are from the United Kingdom.
    • Located in a secluded section of the site overlooking the loch are 2 camping pods which have been a very successful addition to the business and based on the popularity of these pods, the site would benefit from further development in this area of the park, subject to planning permission.

    Energy performance

    EPC - F