Eleven provincial Scottish hotels have been put on the market with a price tag of around £30m.
The properties, which can be acquired individually or as a portfolio, are located throughout Scotland including Callander, Skye and Thurso.
Currently owned by a recently formed pub and hotel company which declined to be named, the properties are now considered surplus to the group's requirements following a strategic review.
Adam Lansdown, director of property agent Colliers Robert Barry, which is handling the sale said: "These are well established hotels, popular tourist and commercial venues and have good reputations for meeting the needs of visitors to the provincial areas of west and north Scotland."
By Emily Manson