A former ancestral home in the Highlands that sits beside the popular NC500 route is on the market with a near £2 million asking price.
There has already been interest shown in Kincraig Castle Hotel at Tomich, near Invergrdon.
The four-star, 15-bedroom hotel was once the ancestral home of the Clan Mackenzie and dates back to the 1800s.
It features crow step gables, ornamental turrets and stone mullions and is set in over ten acres of private grounds, offering spectacular views of the Cromarty Firth
The property has been owned by Nairn-based Grant Hotels Limited since 2014 and the group has extended the property during its tenure.
Kincraig is also home to the 1 AA Rosette Alexander Restaurant.
Offers in the region of £1.8m are being sought for the heritable interest in the property and business.
Peter Seymour, head of hotel and leisure at selling agent Graham and Sibbald, said: “The Kincraig Castle Hotel offers either a husband and wife team, or group, an excellent opportunity to acquire a well-rounded and robust business on the North Coast 500.
“This is a beautifully presented property with real development prospects, either by restoring the steading and stable block or developing lodges in the expansive grounds.”
The property went on the market in November and Mr Seymour said: “We are very pleased with progress to date.
“Hotels in the Highlands can take years to sell, but we have already had interest.”