Cromlix Hotel, the hotel owned by Andy Murray, has been selected as one of the UK’s best country house hotel by Conde Nast – the only Scottish hotel to be featured.
The five-star hotel, which sits in its 34 acre estate, has 15 rooms and suites and its restaurant is run by Albert Roux.
Conde Nast said that the hotel stood out as one of the best because it “has an intimate, homely feel to it, with decor gracious, yet glamorous, and particular attention has been paid to both preserving and highlighting the house’s charming original features.
“Under its turreted roof sits a billiards room, a whiskey room, a library and two drawing rooms, as well as a canteen-style observatory restaurant with an open kitchen. The 15 rooms are luxuriously kitted out with thick pile carpets, heavy curtains, huge beds and the softest towels, as well as generous supplies of toiletries from Arran Aromatics. Rumour has it that Judy Murray took on the arduous task of trying out every single room in the hotel to ensure it was up to scratch.”
You can read the Conde Nast article in full here.