Prior to the current owners who bought the business 2010, the property was traded as an Inn with rooms.
The property has a commercial kitchen, a large dining room which can comfortably seat 24 covers plus a charming bar to seat 10 or more guests.
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DESCRIPTION Charleston House is a most attractive grade 'B' listed building benefitting from an excellent trading location set within some of the most striking scenery Scotland has to offer and adjacent to the ever-popular village of Gairloch.
This fine property dating from 1776 is a genuine must-view property for anyone wishing to own a prestigious business venture or an outstanding family home.
Many of them suppose that the natives are of the same blood, and speak the same dialect, as the lowland Scot. To speak of a Highlander "as a Scotsman only," is, as Captain Burt says, "as indefinite as barely to call a Frenchman an European." The Highlander, though inhabiting a part of Scotland, is essentially different from the typical Scotchman.
The apprehension of this truth, which will be illustrated in the following pages, is the first step towards the knowledge of the Gairloch Highlanders.