Andy Murray buys Cromlix House Hotel in Scotland for $2.6 million


Andy Murray, ranked world’s third best professional tennis player and Britain’s first (after defeating Roger Federer), recently purchased the $2.6 million Cromlix House Hotel in Stirlingshire, near Dunblane his hometown. A scenic 50 acre with a woodland, garden and lake, the hotel is currently abode to 14 bedrooms suites, a chapel, reception hall, two drawing rooms, a conservatory, dining room, library and meeting rooms. It’s this construction that would by next spring 2014, open doors to a revamped luxurious destination!

With his plans to refurbish Cromlix and thus revolutionizing Dunblane, Murray has roped in the best in the industry. Andy has hired the experienced and hospitality specialists – Inverlochy Castle Management International (ICMI) to manage the Cromlix on his behalf. Sources reveal that the revamped luxury destination would boast of a Chez Roux restaurant, and ICMI is in talks with renowned chef Albert Roux (owner of London-based Le Gavroche) regarding the same.

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Seems like the Scottish tennis player is doing all he can “to give back to Dunblane”, the community he grew up in.

[Telegraph]