- Architect designed, 4-bedroom owners accommodation completely re-built in 2001
- 10 Glamping units comprising 6 pods, 2 shepherds huts, 1 converted railway goods wagon and a howff group accommodation sleeping up to 10 persons
- Bothy, with residential conversion potential, subject to planning
- Unique Lama trekking business
- Established and profitable business with further growth potential over a 10-acre site
- Ideal lifestyle purchase
- Successful year-round holiday business
- 30 miles north of Perth and close to the Glenshee ski resort in the Cairngorms National Park
Ecocamp Glenshee is located within the small settlement of Blacklunans at the Southern foot of Mount Blair on the Blackwater. Glenshee Ski Centre, the largest ski resort in Scotland, is 14 miles away and Perth lies 30 miles to the south of the site. This area of Perthshire is perfect for lovers of the great outdoors with mountain biking, stalking, hill walking, fishing and shooting all available locally. It is an ideal base from where to tour Scotland with Glamis Castle, Scone Palace, Pitlochry & all the major cities within 2 hours drive.
The site is set on a sloping site surrounded by stunning views and prides itself on its unique tranquil surroundings. The owners operate the business in an eco-friendly manner and they have been rewarded with a silver glamping award for green tourism. Upon entering the site, there is a lower car park for holidaymakers to park their vehicles during their stay. The glamping accommodation is laid out spaciously on higher ground and comprises 6 camping pods, 2 shepherd huts, a converted railway goods carriage and group accommodation referred to as The Howff which is rustic and charming accommodation that can sleep up to 10 guests. There are also two hardstanding decked areas for bell tents which are erected in the summer months.
Each glamping unit stands alone providing plenty of privacy which, in itself is quite unique, and provides holidaymakers with tranquil, stress-free holidays. The site is particularly popular with families, couples and skiers. The glamping accommodation is served by an amenity block heated by propane gas heaters and providing free hot water. The toilet block has 4 x WC, 4 x sinks and 1 shower. Additionally, there is a shower block consisting of 3 showers and 1 family room (basin/WC/shower) Additional amenities are provided within the Bothy; a communal kitchen/dining/lounging area for guests heated by a log burning stove. This facility provides a basic cooking area for guests and is a social hub for the site.
The Bothy is located adjacent to the main house on site and offers future residential conversion potential, subject to planning.
Water: Private water supply to the Bothy & the House; Ecocamp has separate spring supply
Electricity: Mains, single phase supply. A solar panel which feeds into the house with a feed-in tariff
Drainage: Septic tank drainage with soak away. Fed with enzymes and no requirement to empty
Biomass boiler: Log fired, with RHI payments (20 years remaining)
Woodburners: In the Bothy, Shepherd huts, railway goods carriage and the Howff
Gas: Propane gas in shower block and in the Bothy (cooker)
The owners accommodation, Lower Whitehouse Farm, was designed to exacting standards by the current owners in 2001 and comprises 4/5 bedrooms, 2 en-suites and 1 family bathroom with a walk-in shower. A focal point of the house is the large central log burner with feature stone chimney breast; on one side of this is the open plan living room benefiting from outstanding far reaching views and to the other side is a dining area, the main staircase to the first floor and the kitchen on the other side of the staircase. There is a utility room and downstairs WC/shower room situated off the kitchen. The property is fully centrally heated and double glazed.
LAMA TREKKING BUSINESS
The owners also run a unique lama trekking business and the sale includes 3 lamas, 2 donkeys and an animal shelter. The income generated by this trekking business is in addition to the income shown in the accounts. Further detail can be provided upon request.
As a snapshot of trading performance, turnover for y/e 31 March 2018 was £110,161 which produced a net profit of £43,638. Adding back depreciation, finance/interest charges and partnership charges the resultant net profit (EBITDA) is £63,292.
In addition to this healthy profit margin, there is further value in the land which has development potential for further glamping units or lodges (STP) as well as the quality owners accommodation and outbuildings.
Detailed accounts will be made available to interested parties after a formal viewing has been undertaken.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES
Whitehouse Farm has a strong EPC rating of Band B
TERMS OF SALE
The property is offered for sale freehold as a going concern with vacant possession. The sale includes plant and machinery involved in the day to day running of the park.
An inventory will be made available to interested parties in due course.
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