If you've got a spare £3/4 Million you might want to put an offer in for The Old Forge Inn on the Knoydart peninsula. A few of us from the village of Ancrum, Scottish Borders went over for some recreation there last week. Sun was splitting the rocks!!! A great time had by all , friendly folks, not bad beer , great food and only fell out with our own company !
The locals struggle outside a "tourist season" on the peninsula - it's the most remote pub in Britain, But they got the patrons by the bollocks with Guinness at £3.75 and wine at £4.75 for a wee glass. Community buyout there I hope, as do we for The Cross Keys in Ancrum. God we someone to buy our watering hole here in the village badly. It's a good business proposition, if its in the right hands and if you can get it for the right price (<£250,000). http://www.bizsale.co.uk/business-for-sale/Inns-12726996.html