Andy Murray to expand Cromlix House

12th of September, 2018 | Posted in Hotel News, People Email Article | Print Article

Stirling Council has approved plans lodged by Andy Murray in April for a 270 sqm tearoom and another 27 rooms at Cromlix House, near his hometown of Dunblane, to cope with a boiling hot demand for afternoon tea. Murray, 31, bought it for £1.8 million in 2013 and the hotel has won a string of awards since reopening the following year. The new plans were approved after council officials were told that it would boost the local economy and create more jobs at the hotel, which employs 70 people.

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