Scottish tennis ace Andy Murray owned luxury boutique hotel, Cromlix House Hotel is ready to open its doors for visitors on April 1st. Murray, a Dunblane native bought the elegant Victorian mansion early last year. He got to know about the property after attending his brother’s wedding there. Known history of the mansion dates back to 15th century and Andy Murray is now part of the distinguished families to own the storied manor.
The extensively refurbished Cromlix House Hotel has 10 rooms and 5 suites each with its unique design and character. Each room and suite come with impressive views of the nearby grounds and countryside. Well-appointed rooms has facilities that include 32 inch televisions, personal safes, iPod docking stations, radio, free internet access and upon request DVD players.
It also has facilities to hold weddings, including the chapel free of charge. Different options include for up to 30 people hiring the Garden Room or the Study. For weddings with guests numbering 30 to 65, the stunning Drawing Room with its beautiful bay window views. For a party over 66 guests, the entire place can be booked, hotel will set up a marquee for up to 300 so you can hold the ceremony, dinner and dance.
The Perthshire hotel is also available for corporate events small and large. The hotel has a reception hall, a bar, a wine and whisky room, conservatory, dining room and a library and the study.
Also on location is Chez Roux Restaurant, part of Albert Roux owned restaurants. In charge of the restaurant and the kitchens will be chef Darin Campbell, a Perthshire native.
The hotel is set in 34 acres of private woodlands and gardens, which also has a trout inlet. Outdoor activities offered include fishing, golfing and hunting. Offered onsite are archery, falconry and fishing on the inlet and more. Importantly there is also a tennis court with a practice wall and they also offer tennis lessons (no, not by Andy!)
Hotel plans to create at least 40 new jobs for the local community. The also hopes to create income opportunities for businesses to stimulate local economy.
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