A nine-bedroom guest house near Lochgilphead in Argyll is being marketed by property agency Cornerstone.
Built as a Victorian sporting lodge in the 19th century, Ford House is located in the village of Ford, ten miles north of Lochgilphead.
The business currently trades as a guest house but is said to have previously operated as a destination restaurant with rooms.
Cornerstone director Barry McNeil, who is handling the sale, said Ford House is a “real gem of a business”.
“It is located in one of the nicest locations in Argyll in a tranquil village at the southern foot of Loch Awe,” said McNeil.
“Loch Awe is famous for its trout and salmon fishing and the area attracts thousands of tourists a year who journey down the Argyll coast taking in the scenery in this stunning part of Scotland.”
Ford House is on the market with a guide price of £275,000.