The five-star Cameron House Hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond has changed hands for the second time in just a year.
The award-winning resort has been sold by QHotels to the American investment firm that owns the Belfry golf course near Birmingham.
QHotels had only purchased the hotel from the De Vere group last November.
It is understood KSL Capital Partners has paid between £70 million and £80 million for the 132-room property, which has two courses, a spa and 184 timeshare lodges.
Cameron House, which comprises a golf club, spa and a Michelin-starred Martin Wishart restaurant, was once a regular haunt for the Scottish national football side, and has played host to many celebrity weddings.
KSL had been seen as a likely bidder for Cameron House and De Vere's other golf venues when they went on the market last year.
It was also one of the unsuccessful bidders for Gleneagles when it came on the market for around £150million earlier this year.
Sharetime will keep readers updated when more information about the seasonal ownership lodges at Cameron House has been released.