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Apex Hotels expands rural portfolio with Meldrum House acquisition

Published 1 day ago

Apex Hotels, a family-owned hospitality group, has recently finalised the acquisition of Meldrum House Country Hotel in Aberdeenshire.

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Caledonian Sleeper boosts Aberdeenshire tourism with £500k visitor spend

Published 6 days ago

VisitAberdeenshire, the destination marketing organisation for Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, has generated £500,000 of visitor spend as a result of a marketing campaign supported by Caledonian Sleeper.

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Crossbasket Castle’s £15m expansion creates 50 new hospitality jobs

Published 1 week ago

Crossbasket Castle, a luxury hotel on the outskirts of Glasgow, is set to create 50 new jobs in the hospitality industry, as it looks to recruit the best talent in the sector to join its growing team.

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Councillors unanimously approve Macduff Marine Aquarium upgrade

Published 1 week ago

Plans for the extension and upgrade to Macduff Marine Aquarium have been unanimously approved by local councillors.

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Capital Cruising begins busiest ever cruise season across their Scottish ports

Published 1 week ago

The busiest season ever for Forth Ports’ Capital Cruising business has kicked off this month.

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Apex Hotels wins sustainable business accolade at Springboard Awards

Published 1 week ago

Apex Hotels picked up the Sustainable Business accolade at last night’s Springboard Awards which took place at a glittering ceremony at The InterContinental Hotel in London on 11th April.

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Cairngorm funicular set for programme of remedial works

Published 1 week ago

The funicular railway at Cairngorm Mountain is likely to remain closed for a few months after a programme of remedial works to bring it back into service enters a new phase this week.

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Call for urgent change as short-term lets regulations hit Edinburgh Festivals

Published 1 week ago

Concerns are mounting that Edinburgh will not be able to accommodate performers and visitors to its world-leading Festivals this summer due to the impact of short-term let regulations.

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Tycoon plans to build mansion at Abergeldie Estate

Published 1 week ago

A hospitality tycoon who bought a £23 million hunting estate next to Balmoral has stepped up his plans to build a mansion on the site.

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Craig Tara Holiday Park expansion bid given green light

Published 1 week ago

Councillors have given Craig Tara Holiday Park the go-ahead to replace its golf course with almost 140 new caravan pitches.

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RSM: ‘Taylor Swift’ effect driving hotel boom in boost to Scotland’s economy

Published 2 weeks ago

As ‘Swifties’ prepare to be dazzled at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium this June, demand for hotel rooms in the city has rocketed due to the ‘Taylor Swift effect.’

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£80m plan to double size of Scottish Event Campus ‘agreed in principle’

Published 2 weeks ago

Plans to create a new conference centre that would double capacity at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow have been agreed in principle by the local authority, according to the venue’s chief executive.

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Michelin star chef to helm new restaurant at Crossbasket Castle’s £15m expansion

Published 2 weeks ago

Owners of Crossbasket Castle, a luxury hotel on the outskirts of Glasgow, have revealed more details of their £15 million expansion, including the name of its new destination restaurant – Trocadero’s.

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Scotland promoted in US as Tartan Week takes place

Published 3 weeks ago

Scottish and UK government officials are in the US this week to promote Scotland to North America as a place to live, work, study and do business.

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Business booming for The Cycling Gardeners of Edinburgh thanks to Business Gateway support

Published 3 weeks ago

The UK’s only fully electric-powered gardening business has been able to make new hires and grow its business operations after accessing support from Business Gateway.

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