Bournemouth's Green House hotel has been put up for sale for £2.9m by owners Diversity Travel after 14 years.
Diversity Travel bought the hotel in 2007 when it was the Gresham Court and transformed it into an eco-hotel, which was listed by Expedia in 2019 as one of the top 10 eco hotels in the world, the only one in the UK to make the list.
The 32-bedroom property won Considerate Hotel of the Year in 2013 and its 50-cover Arbor restaurant holds two AA rosettes. It also has a 25-cover bar and an outdoor terrace with separate bar. The main conference room has a capacity for 80 guests and can be split into two smaller rooms with capacities of 35 and 20.
Christopher Airey, managing director of Diversity Travel, said: "We have held the hotel now for 14 years, and its performance is as strong as ever. Occupancy has been close to 100% throughout the summer and we feel now is the right time to hand the reins over to someone new to take it forward. We have a fantastic, committed team at the hotel who are looking forward to being part of the next stage of the Green House's journey."
James Greenslade, director in the hotel capital markets team at Savills, which is marketing the property, said: "Bournemouth is an extremely popular seaside destination, ideally located to capture the strong staycation demand that we are currently seeing. Given the quality and location of the Green House alongside its excellent eco credentials, we expect strong interest in the property."