Crieff eyes 2021 staycation market

THE Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels is looking ahead to the 2021 staycation market with a new partnership with the National Trust for Scotland.

The company, which operates seven hotels across Scotland, is offering a free family ticket to a National Trust for Scotland attraction to customers who book an overnight bed and breakfast stay or three night self-catering break at any of the group’s hotels. The offer will run from January 2 to December 20, with the National Trust ticket valid until December 31, 2021.

“Making treasured memories has never been more important and that’s why we aim to offer experience-led breaks that everyone can enjoy,” said Nic Oldham, head of customer and commercial for the Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels.

“We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with the National Trust for Scotland and provide added value for our guests.”

The company’s portfolio includes Crieff Hydro, Peebles Hydro, Murraypark Hotel in Crieff, The Park Hotel in Peebles, The Isles of Glencoe, Ballachulish Hotel and Kingshouse Hotel also in Glencoe. Earlier this month the company announced that Taypark House in Dundee had become the its first ‘associated hotel’.

Mark Bishop of the National Trust for Scotland said: “We’re all looking forward to a time when we can explore once more and there is so much to enjoy across Scotland – from castles to coastlines, art to architecture, wildlife to wilderness.

“We’re looking forward to sharing all of this with families as they spend time together, experiencing what they love about Scotland.”