Robin Hill Country Park in Newport on Isle of Wight has been brought to market off a guide price of £2.25m.
Robin Hill is situated on 88 acres of parkland, natural woodland and countryside gardens. It also benefits from planning consents for holiday accommodation to include 19 tree houses, 23 lodges and 40 glamping tents.
In addition, the property provides a selection of attractions, including a 4D motion cinema, 777 seat amphitheatre, toboggan run, high nets adventure areas and playgrounds, as well as having food and drinks options on-site.
Externally, the property provides car parking with 1,500 spaces and 12 coach spaces.
According to Savills, who is handling the sale, the park is known for its appeal as the former location of the annual Bestival music festival, and in more recent times, has held nationally award-winning events such as Fiesta of the Dead and the Isle of Wight Balloon Festival.
The business is currently operated by Vectis Ventures Limited and generates income primarily from entrance fees, food and beverage, and shop sales.
The park has traditionally been open from February to October, with additional open days for special events such as the Polar Experience and Christmas parties in the winter.
Kay Griffiths, associate director of the leisure and trade team at Savills, said: “Robin Hill offers a unique opportunity to acquire a popular visitor attraction on Isle of Wight. Tourism in the Isle of Wight amounts to roughly 2.6 million visitors a year, with a spend of over £280m.
“The buyer can expect to benefit from the footfall as well as the local population nearing 140,000 people. This property has strong investment features as well as scope for further development with planning consents already approved, so we expect a high level of interest from a broad range of investors and operators.”