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Cromlix House is a Victorian mansion located 40 minutes drive away from Glasgow and Edinburgh near Kinbuck, Perthshire. It was built in 1874 as a family residence and it is now operated as a hotel.
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Andy Murray, the world famous Scottish tennis player bought it last year (2013) to turn it into an exclusive hotel. It is schedule to open next April 2014 and it is already part of the 30 most exclusive properties of the Connoisseurs Scotland Association.
Cromlix House will offer 15 exclusive guest-rooms, 10 rooms and 5 suites named after famous scottish personalities like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle or Sean Connery. They will all have their own individual design and character as well as stunning views over the countryside.
Available activities will include: tennis courts (of course!), spa, fishing, hunting and golf with the famous Gleneagles, St Andrews and Carnoustie courses nearby.
The hotel restaurant, Chez Roux Restaurant will be run by the famous chef Albert Roux who previously ran Le Gavroche in London, first restaurant to gain 3 Michelin Stars in the United Kingdom.