THE Golf View Hotel in Nairn is in good health after a six-figure upgrade of its spa facilities.
Parent company Crerar Hotels have spent a claimed £850,000 developing the new Coast Spa into a destination facility which includes a pool, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, Kurland-Steinbad Stone Bath (or ‘volcano sauna’), and Himalayan salt therapy room.
The project is part of a wider, £4.5 million investment in Crerar’s Loch Fyne, Deeside Inn and Golf View properties.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to be unveiling what is a truly outstanding new spa proposition to Golf View Hotel & Spa,” said Kate Paterson, manager at Coast Spa.
“Coast Spa brings a whole new dimension, creating a real destination spa in the north of Scotland that offers the highest standard of treatments and facilities. We believe it can rival some of the best destination spas in the country, and really elevates the offering at Golf View Hotel & Spa.
“With a luxurious new spa that reflects the breathtaking coastal surroundings and Crerar Hotels’ signature authentic Scottish hospitality, it creates an entire experience for our guests – which is particularly important when it comes to attracting international tourists, as well as domestic travellers, to Scotland.”