Roxburghe Hotel to undergo rebrand

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
1 week ago | Updated 1 week ago

UK: The Roxburghe Hotel and golf course will be rebranded

The Roxburghe Hotel and golf course will be rebranded under new German ownership.

The property was recently sold to Investment Management GmbH off a guide price of £3.25m. The Düsseldorf-based project developer has announced plans to reopen the hotel and golf course in 2019 following the completion of a £30m refurbishment project.

The property currently houses 22 rooms, a restaurant and bar. The developer aims to add an extension to feature 57 rooms as well as a spa and meeting space. 60 lodges will be built on the surrounding estate and will be made available for sale to private investors.

Steven Fyfe, associate director in the hotels agency team at Savills, said: "It was important we secured a buyer who could invest in the future of the hotel and golf course while respecting and maintaining the Roxburghe's Scottish heritage. As one of Scotland's most charming country house hotels, the sale of the Roxburghe attracted very strong interest from buyers, both from the UK and from abroad."

The Duke of Roxburghe commented: "The plans which the new owners have for major investment in the Roxburghe are very exciting indeed. We wish 12.18. every success with the new development and the operation in future and I have no doubt that it will become one of the most outstanding resort destinations in Scotland. I would like to pay particular thanks to all the staff who have worked with great dedication to deliver exceptional standards of service to our guests over the years."

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