A bed-and-breakfast with a big difference has been put on the market with a near-£1m asking price.
The lighthouse lost its original role in 1922
The 184-year-old West Usk Lighthouse, near Newport, is for sale with its own flotation tank, hot tub, life-size Dalek and Rolls-Royce thrown in.
Overlooking the Bristol Channel, the Grade II-listed restored lighthouse has been run since the 1980s as a B&B by Frank Sheahan and his wife Danielle.
Mr Sheahan said there had already been interest in the "quirky" B&B.
The Sheahans paid £80,000 in 1987 for the lighthouse, which had been empty for several years and was heavily vandalised.
After renovating the property, which was a working lighthouse between 1821 and 1922, the pair opened it as a B&B.
The lighthouse lamp was restored in 1997 and it now also boasts a floatation tank, Rolls-Royce, outdoor hot tub and a life-size Dalek model signed by former Doctor Who Jon Pertwee - all included in the £950,000 asking price.
Mr Sheahan, 54, said the lighthouse had attracted "some interest" since it was put on the market several weeks ago.
The B&B's Dalek is signed by 1970s Doctor Who Jon Pertwee
He hoped any buyer would put the building, which is 57ft (17.3m) high and has a 3,600 sq ft floor space, to similar use.
He said: "It's quirky and different - it's not standardised like many hotels.
"It would be nice for the lighthouse to have similar use as now, but people have said it would make a wonderful restaurant with a roof garden overlooking the sea.
"We haven't used it to its full potential because it's been a family home as well as a B&B but it's a real opportunity for someone."
Mr Sheahan said he, his wife and their sons Jed, 16, and Brodie, 12, planned to move to somewhere with a sunnier climate after 16 years in the lighthouse.
He said: "The B&B has been working very well, but my wife originally lived in Mauritius and misses the sun.
"It's time for a change and the likes of Turkey and Spain are looking more attractive."