• For Sale
  • Offers Over £375,000  
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Property Style: 1 Level Ranch

Shiel campervan and campsite is located on the west coast of Scotland on the road to the Isle of Skye. The campsite extends to approximately 2.21 acres with the retail site extending to approximately 0.24 acres. This opportunity provides a fantastic development site for a new tourisim development.

The property is offered for sale as a whole or in 2 lots as follows:

Lot 1 – Shiel Campsite Lot 2 – Shop/Fuel Station

The Business Our clients have owned and operated the business in Shiel Bridge for some 23 years and have reluctantly placed it on the market due to relocation. The site is positioned alongside, and with stunning views of the Five Sisters of Kintail on the main A87 routing which leads to Kyle of Lochalsh and to the Isle of Skye beyond. Turnover is derived from fuel and shop sales along with income from the caravan park and campsite which sits in behind the fuel station.

The campsite has 16 hard pitches for caravan/ campers and space for 75 tents, this could be rejigged to cater for the huge increase in camper vans on the road. There is a toilet and shower block along with a dishwashing area on site. The shop is licensed and offers a good range of groceries along with the fuel. There was formally a small café/restaurant in behind the shop, our clients converted this to a studio flat and is where they currently live.

Fuel The fuel is supplied by Gleaner and is in the first year of a 5 year supply agreement. There are 2 tanks, 1 of which is used for unleaded and 1 partially used for diesel and partially unused.

This property has 2.45 acres of land.

Euan MacCrimmon
Euan MacCrimmon Strutt & Parker
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Shielbridge Campsite & Shop, Scotland, United Kingdom is a Scotland luxury Apartment listed for sale Offers Over £375,000 . This high end Scotland Apartment is comprised of N/A bedrooms and N/A baths. Find more luxury properties in Scotland or search for luxury properties for sale in Scotland.