Comlongon Castle Hotel has been placed on the market for the first time in 35 years, with a guide price of £1.1m.
The 16th Century medieval castle hotel in Clarencefield, Dumfries and Galloway is a popular wedding venue, and features 14 bedrooms set over five levels.
The site, which has been closed since December 2019, also features an adjoining three-storey mansion house, with both properties linked by an internal passage.
The mansion house features the hotel’s lounge and dining room, cocktail bar, drawing room, and a balcony overlooking the gardens.
In addition to the main properties is a single storey out building that accommodates a ‘Honeymoon Lodge’.
Robert Smithson from Colliers International, who is dealing with the sale, said: “Comlongon has only changed hands (outside the family) once in the last 700 years and its availability, now, is the first time it has been offered for sale as an hotel, after 35 years in the same family ownership.
“Although the business has currently ceased trading, the hotel offers an outstanding opportunity to private or corporate hoteliers to acquire a beautiful and historic property which has scope for business development or repositioning to return it to its former glory as one of the areas foremost hotels and wedding venues.”
He added: “Comlongon is also a great leisure destination from where visitors can base themselves to explore the joys of the Solway Coast/Firth and all that the Dumfries and Galloway region, in Southern Scotland, has to offer so will no doubt benefit from an impressive trading performance.”