Milton Inn Cottage is located adjacent to the Milton Inn. This self-catering cottage is set over 2 floors offering modern and well-presented holiday accommodation. Milton Inn Cottage is a 2-bedroom unit (both doubles) providing an easy-to-operate income stream providing ample letting accommodation for a small family unit. The accommodation comprises of a lounge/dining room with a solid fuel stove. The kitchen is fully fitted with a wide range of appliances including electric cooker, fridge, freezer, washing machine and microwave oven etc. A bathroom off the ground floor hallway has a power shower, W.C. and wash hand basin. The cottage is fully double glazed and has oil central heating and is fully double glazed and has oil central heating. There is an attractive area of garden to the side and rear of the property which would allow for further development, planning, which has lapsed, was granted for a single story extension.
Set within the community of Milton, the self-catering business presents a sound trading location just off the NC500. The business trades year-round and uses both Booking.Com and Air BNB, as well as various other sites. The property is let for both long-term and short-term occupancy. The current operator restricts trade through choice. The cottage is fully furnished and in walk-in condition.
REASON FOR SALE
It is the desire to retire from the hospitality sector which brings this charming holiday let to the market.
Milton Village is situated by Kildary approximately 6 miles north of Invergordon and 7 miles south of Tain. The Village offers its own primary school, village store, community centre and Inn. Secondary school pupils are transported to Invergordon Academy. Invergordon and Tain benefit from a wide selection of shops, local amenities and welfare services. Both towns have good recreational facilities. Other centres of population such as Inverness, Dingwall and Alness are all within commuting distance. The holiday let sits centrally to this popular village which has a population of circa 600. Recreationally the broader area boasts a number of sandy beaches at Balintore, Portmahomack and Dornoch. There are also a range of top quality golf courses in the area including Tain and the world famous Royal Dornoch. In addition, there are a great number of places of general interest. The area is renowned for its sea life and the Firths and coastal areas are home to seals, minke whales and the ever-popular dolphins. Water sports and fishing are highly popular pass times in the region, as are field sports.
The village is situated just off the A9 arterial route from Inverness to the North Highlands on the popular NC500 coastal route which generates a great deal of tourist trade and demand for holiday accommodation. Locally, there is also the construction yards at Nigg and other local businesses which also provides a demand for accommodation.
The building is of modern construction under a pitched roof. The external blockwork is rendered. Access is via a solid outer door.
Hallway - with storage cupboards leading to kitchen, shower room, lounge / diner and stairs to first floor.
Kitchen - Half-tiled walls and flooring. All electrical appliances with modern wall and floor mounted fitted units. All appliances included in the sale.
Lounge - wood effect floors and wood-burning stove with wood surround and slate hearth. Double aspect windows
Shower Room - power shower, W.C. and wash hand basin in a mainly wet-walled room
Landing - wide space with table and window
Bedroom 1 - set to family room (double and a single) with built-in wardrobe
Bedroom 2 - set to twin beds with built-in unit
There is an attractive area of garden to the side and rear of the property which would allow for further development subject to planning.
The property benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage. The cottage is fully double glazed and has oil-fired central heating.