A FOUR-star Highland hotel will reopen next week with a fresh lease of life after a £1.3 million refurbishment.
The extensive project at the Ballachulish Hotel in Glencoe included the refurbishment of all 53 bedrooms as well as the hotel’s restaurants.
Stephen Leckie, chief executive of the Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels, which owns the Ballachulish Hotel, said the refurbishment will ensure “guests can have the best experience possible beginning with a warm Scottish welcome”.
“We are committed to investing, not only in our portfolio but also in Scottish tourism as it begins to rebuild, and we look forward to opening our doors,” said Leckie.
In addition to the Ballachulish Hotel, the company operates seven other hotels across Scotland: Crieff Hydro and Murraypark Hotel in Crieff, Peebles Hydro and The Park Hotel in Peebles, Taypark House in Dundee and Kingshouse Hotel and Isles Of Glencoe in Glencoe.