A popular Highland hotel has been put up on the market and could fetch more than £2million.
The Highlander Hotel at Newtonmore has a guide price of £1.95million.
The 85-bedroom building, which is set in the heart of Cairngorms National Park, includes a private restaurant, lounge and three conference rooms.
It also hosts a civil ceremonies and civil partnerships license and can cater for up to 150 guests.
The property sits on a two-acre site and is surrounded by landscaped gardens and woodland.
It is a popular destination for coach tours from all around the UK.
Located near the A9 Inverness-Perth road and A86 Newtonmore-Spean Bridge road, it benefits from being close to a number of leisure attractions including Newtonmore Golf Course, Highland Wildlife Park and the Malt Whisky Trail.
Tom Cunningham, associate director at Savills, which is marketing the hotel, said: “This is an excellent opportunity to invest in a hotel in the beautiful Scottish Highlands which offers multiple revenue streams, giving it the potential for a strong long-term income.”
Martin Rogers, hotels director at Savills, said: “The regional hotels market is extremely buoyant, with strong investor appetite for well performing assets in established locations.
“The Highlander Hotel ticks both boxes and our client is seeking to reposition its portfolio and realise the capital through the sale of this property.
“This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a hotel which combines beautiful surroundings with a variety of revenue streams already in place and the chance to enhance long-term income by developing them further.”
The hotel was previously owned by Swallow but was sold when its parent company collapsed in 2006.