AN “outstanding” restaurant overlooking a Scottish loch has been put up for sale.

Henry’s Bay House & Restaurant in Stranraer overlooking Loch Ryan is described as an “outstanding newly renovated restaurant and bar” which comes with a two-bedroom owners' apartment.

Property agents Graham + Sibbald noted that it operates as a “fully renovated historic club house for the golf course, offering modern sleek design whilst incorporating some of the original features of the club house”.

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Owners John and Jane Henry commented: “Back in 2014 when we became owners of Henry’s Bay House, and with 35 years’ experience in hospitality and catering, we set out a 10-year plan to take us to retirement.

“Well in a flash that 10 years are almost up and with a lot of sadness we now know that it is the right time to bow out and make room for new people with fresh ideas to take over.

“Our family has grown and we now wish to spend time enjoying life with our children and grandchildren.”

Graham + Sibbald are inviting offers for more than £499,000.

License trade agent with the property agents Emily Hewitson said: “We were delighted to bring to the market Henry's Bay House in Stranraer.

“This outstanding business has proven itself to be a key player in the south west Scotland market attracting large crowds all year round.

“This outstanding property is a great example of Scottish hospitality blending traditional features with modern design to offer tourists and locals a fantastic space to enjoy.

“The seller has decided now is the time to retire from the trade and presents a very well presented and highly profitable business for the next owner to enjoy.”