One of Fife’s best known hotels is on the market for £850,000.
The 15-bedroom Dunnikier House Hotel in Kirkcaldy is being marketed by estate services company Colliers International in Edinburgh.
The 18th Century mansion house is owned by Stewart and Lesley Dykes, who bought it in 2007.
The couple also own the Crusoe Hotel in Lower Largo.
They have said the sale will allow them to concentrate on developing their other business.
Set in the northern outskirts of Kirkcaldy within a large public park, Dunnikier House Hotel is known for its weddings and often hosts golfing parties who play the nearby course.
Dating from 1793, the three-storey Category B Historic Scotland Listed Building boasts several eating areas as well as function and meeting rooms.
A Colliers spokesman said: “The availability of Dunnikier House Hotel is a great opportunity for serious hoteliers to acquire an established and well-known hotel business with opportunity for development growth.”
It is the third established Kirkcaldy hotel to come on to the market in just over a year.
In June last year the Strathearn Hotel was put up for sale as a development opportunity weeks after it suddenly closed, leaving a trail of debts and a number of people, including brides-to-be, in the lurch.
It had a guide price of £425,000 but failed to sell and is still lying empty and in a state of disrepair.
The Victoria Hotel was sold earlier this year as a going concern after 30 years of family ownership.
It was bought by Dunfermline-based City Hotels, which already had a strong regional portfolio, including the Styx club next door to the Victoria.
The purchase price was not disclosed, but Colliers International which helped broker the deal said it was close to an asking price of offers in the region of £850,000.