The Dryfesdale Country House Hotel, a four star hotel in Dryfebridge, near Lockerbie, is up for grabs.
The hotel was originally constructed in 1762, then set over two floors, but has since been significantly extended over the years to include conservatory style extensions and a new single storey bedroom wing, now offering a total of 29 ensuite bedrooms, including garden suite rooms and four poster suites.
The hotel is set in five acres of mature woodland and the sale includes a three bedroom cottage, to the rear of the hotel, which is currently used by staff.
Discussing the sale move, owner Glen Wright said: “After 15 years of successful trading we are looking forward to developing future projects within our company portfolio.”
Last year Mr Wright purchased the Queens Hotel, Lockerbie, with the hope of transforming the property.
He plans to reopen that hotel in 2019 under a new Best western sub brand following a major refurbishment program.
The sale is being managed by specialist business property adviser Christie & Co.
Company associate director Stuart Drysdale said: “The Dryfesdale is well established in the area and is perfectly sized for wedding parties and conference events, benefiting from its excellent transport links.
“The accommodation throughout reflects the four star standard and recent improvement work has been carried out. As such the hotel is presented in truly walk-in condition.”
The Dryfesdale Country House is on the market through Christie & Co for offers in excess of £2,300,000.