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Hat trick of investments for Crerar Hotels

Shore Spa has launched at one of Crerar Hotels’ popular spa destination hotels, the Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa, in Inveraray.
Last year the Scottish hotel group announced a trio of upcoming investments including a six-figure investment in Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa. Earlier this month the group also launched Coast Spa in Nairn. The £850,000 makeover in Nairn saw the group unveil the brand-new Coast Spa and introduce Scotland’s first Kurland-Steinbad Stone Bath – often known as a ‘volcano sauna’.
The new spa at Loch Fyne, open to hotel guests, locals and those looking for a luxury spa offering, now offers additional therapy suites, a healing Himalayan salt room, a eucalyptus steam treatment and sensory experience showers.
As part of the £765,000 transformation, the existing pool has been renovated and upgraded with new heated beds and swan-neck pool fountains.
Shore Spa is part of a wider programme of work which will see a total of £4.5 million spent on the Loch Fyne property, Golf View Hotel & Spa and the Deeside Inn which will relaunch as the Balmoral Arms.
Jason Dougan, newly appointed General Manager at Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa, said: “We are excited to welcome guests to Shore Spa, our fresh new proposition which offers the highest standards and best possible experience for those looking for a luxury spa getaway.
“Shore Spa will rival some of the best in the country and will help us to showcase this beautiful corner of Scotland.
“Set against the waters of Loch Fyne, and with breath-taking views, there is no better place to fully immerse in relaxation than at Shore Spa.
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