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Duke’s Hotel is Back on the Market

The Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course, near Kelso, is back on the market after a planned sale fell through. 
The 10th Duke of Roxburghe, Guy Innes-Ker, had done a deal for the 22-bedroom hotel and golf course, with Bespoke Hotels, which would have seen all staff retain their jobs, but following the news that a major investor had pulled out, the deal fell through.

The Duke first opened the hotel as a country house hotel in 1982, and developed its first championship golf course in 1995. Since then the golf course has hosted the Scottish seniors’ open and various pro-celebrity charity matches. It has long been a labour of love for the Duke.

The hotel, a 19th century Jacobean style mansion house has a Victorian conservatory which retains many period features, including panelling, open fireplaces, decorative ceilings and plasterwork. The main hotel building contains 16 bedrooms, all en-suite, while the adjoining stable courtyard annex contains 5 en-suite guest bedrooms and one suite together with the Health and beauty suite with two treatment rooms. There is also a fishing and shooting school, and planning consent has been obtained for 60 self-catering holiday lodges and a 10 bedroom Dormy house on the 292 acre site. And of course there is the Chez Roux food operation. Savills is marketing the hotel, which is currently managed by Inverlochy Castle Management International and Albert Roux, for offers in excess of £3.25m.

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