Treloyhan Manor Hotel, based in Carbis Bay, has been brought to market for an asking price of £1.75m.
The St Ives hotel features 39 rooms, a guest lounge, reception lounge, dining room, library and a games room.
The two-storey building also includes grounds which extend to c.411 acres and a car park for 54 vehicles.
The site was originally constructed in 1892 as a private house by Edward Hain, a Cornish shipping magnate.
The hotel is also home to scenic views of St Ives Bay towards Gwithian Beach, with St Ives and Porthminster Beach both being under a mile from the hotel.
James Greenslade, director in the Hotel Capital Markets team at Savills, who handled the sale on behalf of the joint administrators of Methodist Guild Holidays Limited, said: “St Ives is a popular seaside town surrounded by sandy beaches and beautiful scenery, which is ideal to capture the growing staycation market and the expected surge of domestic holidaymakers this summer.
“Demand for assets in holiday destinations remain strong and we expect there to be significant interest in this Manor Hotel.”