Situated in the village of Salen, the 19th century hotel overlooks Loch Sunart and the “magnificent scenery of the surrounding area”.
The property is said to offer buyers “a fantastic home/income lifestyle proposition”.
The hotel comprises a modern restaurant with capacity for 22 covers, with an adjoining sun room, a bar, three letting rooms, a two-bedroom self-catering cottage, and “comfortable” owner’s accommodation, which features two bedrooms; there are also two additional chalet rooms to the rear of the property.
Paul Hart, sales director for ASG Commercial, said that The Salen Hotel “offers the opportunity to own an outstanding property in a stunning setting with a mix of income streams”.
He added: “This exceptional property has been presented to the market in pristine condition.
“It would be the ideal venture for the experienced proprietor looking to relocate to one of the most beautiful untouched areas of Scotland.”
Offers of around £720,000 are being sought for the freehold of The Salen Hotel.