Highland Coast Hotels is set to reopen The Royal Marine Brora this weekend (juen 25), following an extensive renovation programme.
The 21-room property has been completely revamped along with the public areas on the ground floor, and the hotel introducing new food and beverage services, including the opening of The Curing Yard Restaurant, the Megan Boyd Bar, and the James Braid Lounge, all of which will serve meals.
David Whiteford, Chairman of Highland Coast Hotels, said, “The redevelopment of the Royal Marine Brora is as much for the local community as it is for visitors to the North Highlands of Scotland. As always, much of our focus has been on showcasing, wherever possible, a wide range of locally created products from suppliers, who, in turn, try and source their raw materials as close to home as possible. We see this refurbishment as an opportunity to play our part in helping to fulfil the ambitious and exciting ‘Vision for Brora’.
“We will also be delighted to reveal in more detail, in the forthcoming days, of our new food and beverage offers which pay tribute to the heritage and notable residents of the village from bygone days. We hope these new eating out opportunities encourage locals to utilise their community cards regularly in our outlets both in Brora and elsewhere.”
Interiors at The Royal Marine Brora are described as having a ‘Scandi-Scot’ feel, combining a light and airy atmosphere with more traditional features. The design was developed by ISA, an Edinburgh-based architecture and interior design practice.