Number of Rooms
Andy Murray (owner), King Edward VII
Type of Architecture
Couples, Weddings, Family Gatherings, City Escape
Hotel, Exclusive use
An elegant 15-bedroom, five-star hotel surrounded by 34 acres of secluded woodland and gardens in the beautiful hills of Perthshire. Transformed in recent years by Scottish tennis legend, Sir Andy Murray, he wanted to showcase the Victorian mannsion’s impressive heritage by recreating the feel of decadent country house living that once took place at Cromlix.
As the estate was owned by the family Chisholm, who maintained prominance in the Roman Catholic Church. Cromlix “Cottage” was originally constructed in 1874 by Captain Arthur Drummond to eventually serve as his countryside home. He was regarded as a member of the aristocracy, whose father was a Scottish nobleman. In 1908 the property was ceremoniously visited by King Edward VII.
A short drive from Edinburgh, Stirling, and Glasgow – Cromlix provides a stunning setting for executive meetings and team offsites.
Every year we host a traditional Scottish Christmas at Cromlix, providing a wonderfully decadent package that will allow you to enjoy a tranquil and festive three day break.
Enjoy splendid views over the manicured grounds and surrounding countryside. Play Tennis or partake in any other on-site activities like fishing, archery or falconry. And if preferred, opt for the in-room spa treatments.
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