By Ian McConnell

A HOLIDAY lodge business in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, near Drymen, has been put up for sale at more than £1.15 million.

The property on the Old Military Road, owned by the Martin family, comprises four self-catering holiday lodges, all rated five-star with decked areas and hot tubs, a four-bedroom house, which selling agent Galbraith said would be “ideally suited as the manager’s residence, and grounds of about 1.7 acres.

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Galbraith noted the lodges are open and “have bookings for the rest of 2021 and into next year”. It said it had already had several notes of interest.

Isla Shaw, of Galbraith, said: “The property offers an excellent opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland and continue operating this successful premium holiday business, which provides superb accommodation for families and outdoor enthusiasts.

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“Every aspect of the lodge accommodation has been well designed to offer a wonderful guest experience, with each having a decked area and hot tub along with a lovely master bedroom suite. Three of the lodges also have their own sauna and all are very well presented. The manager’s house offers spacious and comfortable accommodation, also finished to a high standard.”