Kingshouse refurbished

7th of February, 2019 | Posted in Hotel News Email Article | Print Article

The Kingshouse Hotel in Glencoe reopens this month after a £12 million
redevelopment. The extended hotel now boasts 57 bedrooms, plus a 32 bed
bunkhouse, a new restaurant, bar and pub.
Kingshouse will be managed through Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels. Owner, Stephen
Leckie, said, “Our focus will be to provide continuity for all the things which make Kingshouse unique, while ensuring its longevity for another century and more.
“Our aim is create a welcoming destination for all. By improving facilities for serious walkers as well as recreational tourists, we intend to make Kingshouse Hotel a destination for all year round, including hosting events and weddings amongst some of the most dramatic scenery in Scotland.”

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Hotel Scotland is a new publication (2017) from the publishers of DRAM - Scotland's leading on-trade magazine. Hotel Scotland is a newsy magazine which covers all aspects of the industry in Scotland. From who's who, to industry issues and refurbishments.

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