The Grade II-listed, 49-bedroom Nailcote Hall Hotel, Golf and Country Club in Berkswell, Warwickshire, has been put on the market for an undisclosed sum by Rick Cressman, who is retiring after owning the business for more than 25 years.
Best known for hosting the annual British Par 3 Championship event on its nine-hole golf course, the hotel was originally built as a stately home in 1640, just before the start of the English Civil War.
The hotel stands within 13.5 acres of landscaped gardens with a lake and maintains many original features from the 17th century. It features the Oak Room restaurant, bars, five function rooms and a leisure club, as well as the golf club house.
Tom Cunningham, hotels director at Savills which is marketing the hotel, said: "This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a well-performing country house hotel in the picturesque Warwickshire countryside, with ease of access to major conurbations and the national motorway network. The successful golf course and leisure facilities also mean potential investors would benefit from diverse income streams."