The four-AA-star Lodge on Loch Lomond hotel, in Scotland's Trossachs National Park, has been put on the market for an undisclosed sum.
Built, operated and in family ownership since 1991, the 47-bedroom property offers panoramic loch and mountain views, a private jetty and beach within the national park.
The property comprises an AA-rosette restaurant and a spa, along with conference, event and meeting facilities. It also holds a civil wedding licence, which includes outdoor wedding ceremonies.
The sale of the property will be handled by CBRE and Smith & Clough. Shaun Skidmore, senior director at CBRE, said: "The sale of the Lodge on Loch Lomond is an exceptional opportunity for operators and investors to acquire a successful luxury hotel in one of Scotland's most impressive and sought-after locations.
"Hotels on the banks of the loch simply don't come to market and the existing offering, coupled with the potential for future turnover growth, will ensure strong levels of investor interest from both within the UK and most likely overseas."