Killiecrankie Hotel in Pitlochry, Perthshire has gone on the market for £1.2m.
The 10-bedroom boutique has been owned by Henrietta Fergusson since 2007 and has become a profitable business with a strong trading history.
Set within grounds extending to over four acres, alongside the bedrooms, the hotel has a lounge bar, conservatory, sitting room with open fireplace and extensive landscape gardens.
The restaurant, headed up by chef Mark Easton, boasts two AA Rosettes, while the hotel is rated three red stars.
Stuart Drysdale, associate director at Christie & Co comments: “This is a great example of a country house hotel which is excellently presented and requires no capital expenditure. It presents a rare opportunity for a first-time buyer or experienced operator to purchase a well established small business with a strong trading history, and has exciting potential to take the operation forward.”