A hotel that was used for filming in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and the 1992 production of Wuthering Heights has been put on the market for £1.5m.
Christie & Co has been instructed to sell the Aysgarth Falls Hotel in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Set in five acres of grounds that sit above the famous Aysgarth Falls, the 4-star AA rated hotel dates back to the mid-eighteenth century, though the pub section is older still.
Current owners, Steve and Heather Swann, bought the property back in June 2010 when it was then known as Palmer Flatt Hotel and have renovated and refurbished the property to create thirteen contemporary and modern en-suite guest rooms, a pub, a dining area and conservatory restaurant, and an outdoor terrace.
At the foot of the hotel, Aysgarth Falls sits in an area of woodland forming part of a protected site of special scientific interest.
Mark Worley, director at Christie & Co who is handling the sale, said: “This is an excellent coaching inn/hotel, beautifully situated among stunning fells and pretty valleys, presented to a very high standard.
“As well as this, the business is highly profitable, so the new buyer will not only have a wonderful way of life, they will also make a lot of money too.”