A slice of Scotland's industrial heritage has been put up for sale.

Gleddoch House Hotel and Golf Course, formerly the family home of Clydeside shipping baron Sir William Lithgow, is being marketed by Colliers International for an asking price of around £2.5m.

The hotel, which overlooks the Clyde, has 69 bedrooms, a range of bars, restaurants, function, conference and meeting rooms and an extensive leisure, gym and spa facility.

It was built in the 1920s and has been owned by a London-based property investors since 2005. Its 18-hole golf course is regarded as one of the most scenic in the West of Scotland.

The property's owners decided to sell it to concentrate on other business investments.

Alistair Letham, a director with selling agent Colliers International, said: "Gleddoch House Hotel and Golf Course has everything to offer, not only to the leisure market but also corporate and local customers. The mix of facilities available at the hotel ensures it is of wide appeal, making this a highly attractive leisure business."

For more information visit Colliers International's website.