A SCOTS lodge group has unveiled its newly refurbished Balmoral Arms, following a multi-million-pound funding.
Following on from The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Crerar Lodges has unveiled its newly refurbished Royal Deeside inn which has been renamed because the Balmoral Arms.
With the £2.2m funding works nearly wrapped up, the lodge – positioned close to The Queen’s Scottish residence within the Victorian village of Ballater – has unveiled its new design idea.
The total refurbishment together with the restaurant and spa therapy rooms shall be full by the tip of June.
Crerar Lodges Group can also be persevering with to put money into its individuals and portfolio with the creation of latest jobs on the venue.
The refurbishment is a part of an ongoing programme of funding throughout 2022, which is able to see a complete of £4.5m spent throughout Golf View Resort & Spa in Nairn and Loch Fyne Resort & Spa, in addition to the Balmoral Arms.
Chris Wayne-Wills, CEO of Crerar Lodges, stated: “With the completion of works on the Balmoral Arms, we will now be assured in offering the perfect in genuine Scottish hospitality that displays its pure atmosphere.
“Investing so considerably and relaunching the Balmoral Arms means we will provide friends an expertise that’s becoming with the broader space’s royal heritage.
“We sit up for welcoming friends to expertise the Balmoral Arms over the summer time months.“
Joanna Whysall, Normal Supervisor of the Balmoral Arms, stated: “It’s an absolute privilege to be launching the Balmoral Arms at such an thrilling time.
“As we attain completion, our design ideas are actually shining by and replicate the environment of the Balmoral Arms all year-round and is one thing we’re extremely proud to current to our friends.
“I’m trying ahead to recruiting additional members of our excellent crew for our new proposition within the coronary heart of Royal Deeside – and on the most becoming time, throughout a milestone jubilee 12 months.”
This comes after Crerar Lodges unveiled the outcomes of a £500k funding within the five-star Glencoe Inn and a £3.5m transformation of Isle of Mull Resort & Spa final 12 months.
It takes the Group’s complete spend on the portfolio to £10m over the previous 12 months.