A hotel near Ullswater is on the market for £950,000.
Brantwood Country House Hotel in Stainton, has been owned by Richard and Niki Langley since 2007 and the pair want to move on and sell the business as a going concern.
The seven-bedroom hotel, in just over half an acre of landscaped grounds, is being marketed by Colliers International.
The Langleys have refurbished the 18th century former country residence since they bought it.
The bar has 45 covers and the venue also has a breakfast/meeting room with 30 covers and a restaurant with 70 covers.
Richard Langley said: “We’ve truly enjoyed running this unique business for the last 15 years and building up a strong connection and friendship with our local customers and regular visitors.
“We also have a fantastic team of long-term dedicated employees who deliver the best customer service every day which makes the Brantwood so popular and successful. Working with such a great team in such an idyllic location as the Lakes has been a real pleasure.”
Robert Smithson, senior surveyor in Colliers’ specialist hotels agency team, said: “This is a rare opportunity to purchase a well-established and well-located business in an idyllic location. Both the letting bedrooms and the restaurant have a very strong regular customer base, and also offer further potential for growth.
“The hotel’s close proximity to the Lakes means it will be a popular destination for those looking to spend time in the great outdoors, all year round. The building and the grounds have been well maintained and the business already has a strong reservations book for the upcoming summer season.”