A Ceredigion luxury hotel and spa that featured on Channel 4's Four In A Bed last year is on the market for £1.2m.

The 24-bedroom Penrallt Hotel and Spa in Aberporth is being advertised for sale by estate agents Colliers International Property Consultants and includes a detached leisure club against a coastal backdrop offering sea views.

The hotel, which costs upwards of £130 a night to stay in, previously closed to the public in 2017 before being bought by Angela Smith and reopening in 2021.

Ms Smith subsequently went onto win the Best Emerging Hotelier prize at the Welsh Enterprise Awards in 2023.

The hotel was then brought to the attention of national television audiences last year when it was featured on the reality TV show Four In A Bed, which sees B&B and hotel owners stay at each other's properties to compete for the prize of best host.

But now the venue is looking for new ownerships after being advertised for sale.

A description of the property on Rightmove says: "The approach creates a real sense of arrival with a beautiful vista of Aberporth Bay. 

"The hotel is a superb Edwardian house, elegantly proportioned and with lovely features."

"Wonderful hotel"

The Penrallt Hotel has a rating of 4.5/5 from more than 200 reviews on TripAdvisor, with the majority of guests giving good feedback about their stays.

User Roshudis said: "I chose Penrallt for an overnight stay because it looked very peaceful. It was that and so much more. Historic building, gorgeous spacious room, beautiful setting, wonderful shower, huge comfy bed, extremely clean, the list could go on.

"The breakfast was great, and the couple who run the hotel went the extra mile to meet my needs and seemed lovely people. I will definitely be coming back with my partner for a longer break."

Fellow user Hugh added: "It’s full of character and wonderful location for nearby beaches of Aberporth and our favourite Tresaith."

More information about the sale of the Penrallt Hotel can be found on Rightmove.