The Grade II listed building which dates back to the late 16th Century has four guest rooms of individual character, a mix of twin, family and king sized, all offering views over the garden.
It also benefits from a lounge bar, dining hall, bistro room and garden room with patio doors leading to the rear gardens with a private pond.
On the second floor, there is separate owner’s accommodation with three generously sized double bedrooms, a lounge and office.
“There is also planning consent for the redevelopment of the adjacent two-storey building and connecting annex, currently disused.
The current operators, Rob and Aliss Cresswell have owned the building for the past 10 years and are now looking to relocate.
Keith Stringer at specialist property adviser Christie & Co’s Manchester office said: “Little Mollington Hall offers tremendous scope to develop the restaurant trade with increased opening hours alongside fabulous individually themed bedrooms or would equally make a stunning family home.”