Two prime properties in the Lake District have been sold by the hotels team at Colliers International for a combined sum of nearly £1.3m.
Acting on behalf of owners Stephen and Kate Barrie, the team sold Ouse Bridge House at Dubwath to Stephen and Claire Shepherd.
The hotel, which overlooks Bassenthwaite Lake, has 11 bedrooms, landscaped gardens and car parking and was sold from an asking price of £799,950.
The Barries are retiring to live locally and the new owners are moving to Bassenthwaite from Milton Keynes.
Julian and Nicola Sharman sold Greystones Coffee House in Glenridding on the shores of Ullswater to Mal Thomas and Sonia Clarke, who are moving from St Helens. The premises, with 70 covers, were sold from an asking price of £495,000.
Haydn Spedding, associate director in the hotels team at the Manchester office of Colliers International, commented: "Continuing confidence in the Lake District and Cumbria from solid occupancy and the 'staycation' effect gives confidence to buyers to acquire good quality and profitable businesses in the tourist sector. We have a number of further significant sales in the pipeline which will complete before Christmas."