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Saturday, May 15, 2021
The aparthotel’s roof terrace

Glasgow’s Native son

Glasgow venues The Anchor Line and Atlantic have a new neighbour after the opening of an ‘aparthotel’ in their building

Trade welcomes fresh rates recommendations

Finance secretary pledges to extend cap on increases for another year

A rare chance in the city

There is a rare opportunity for a buyer to develop a townhouse in the centre of Glasgow. The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, which...

Hop along for food and drink in Aviemore

Artisan-focused festival heading to Macdonald Resort this month FOOD and drink festival North Hop is rolling into Aviemore for the first time this month, inviting...

Time to change your beer range?

Craft beer styles are likely to remain popular in 2017, say brewers THE beer category in Scotland has changed in recent years, with overall volumes...

Trade groups take rates plea to the top of government

Organisations urge First Minister to intervene on rising rateable values HOSPITALITY and tourism trade groups have upped the ante in their bid to block proposed...

Tennis star looks to strengthen his hotel game

Development plans unveiled for Andy Murray’s Cromlix hotel EXPANSION is on the horizon at tennis world number one Andy Murray’s Cromlix hotel in Perthshire, with...

Local snaps up Moray inn

A PUB in the Moray town of Lossiemouth has been snapped up by a local resident making his first foray into the licensed trade. The...

Loch-side hotel changes hands

THE Loch Long Hotel in Argyllshire has changed hands after 37 years under the same ownership. Owned by coach tour operator Lochs & Glens Holidays...

One in four in dark on rates

Rates revaluation could have ‘serious implications’ Almost a quarter of Scottish licensees are unaware that new rateable values – with the potential to increase non-domestic...