A 260-year-old Moffat hotel has gone on the market with a guide price of £575,000.
The historic Annandale Arms was built in 1760 and originally called The Kings Arms Hotel.
It has been run for 26 years by Margaret Tweedie, who is now retiring.
The three-star hotel has 16 en-suite letting bedrooms, a bar, restaurant and meeting rooms, all spread across four floors and a basement.
Robert Smithson from agents Colliers said: “After a very successful 26 years, the current owner of the Annandale Arms Hotel is looking forward to a well-earned retirement and we are pleased to bring this property which is a feature of the town centre to the market. The hotel is an ideal opportunity for those wanting to start out in hospitality and there is also ample scope to grow the business, by adding more bedrooms and extending the services offered not only to overnight customers but local residents.”