By Ian McConnell
The owners of a resort in Highland Perthshire have apparent a further £1.25 million development, highlighting their acceptance which “buoyancy will acknowledgment to the Scottish tourism bazaar post-Covid”.
McKays Hotel in Pitlochry, owned by the J and R Group agent of hoteliers Richard Drummond and Jon Erasmus, has apparent the accession of 12 new, abreast bedrooms and the conception of a “reimagined 100-seat function suite”.
The latest investment, enabled by business and case finance, takes J and R Group’s advance in McKays to all over £3 million and raises the cardinal of guest apartment to 39.
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The hotel’s owners acclaimed charge pressures adverse the area about accent their believe in the outlook.
They answered architecture was once undertaken as a “live project” by Dundee architecture aggregation Alpha Projects, which formed alongside architectonics and architecture consultants Dave Phillip and Steve Gibson.
This enabled McKays to abide to barter as banal progressed all through the active summer months.
The development had been financed above-mentioned to the coronavirus communicable about had to be concise as a aftereffect of lockdowns.
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Mr Drummond said: “We have believe in what we have created actuality as a product. Our access has been to always reinvest in the business, to advance the affection for customers. We grew sales by the aftermost banking blast of 2007/2008 and we have developed the business back then. That gave the case believe in us, as operators, and they also saw the appulse while we began to body up our portfolio of rooms.
“We are a hotel, restaurant and bar. We also abutment alive music above Scotland and artists locally by things like the ‘March Into Pitlochry’ bazaar music festival. When visitors appear here, they are arriving for a cardinal of altered reasons. We really believe we are alms anything which not each resort has.”