A well-known Highland hotel, bought by an Indian entrepreneur, has reopened after an extensive refurbishment.
The 18-bedroom Cluanie Inn, at Glenmoriston, is now one of three properties in the Black Sheep Hotels group, owned by Mumbai-based company Mars Enterprise and Hospitality.
Mars owner Sanjay Narang famously invested £3 million in the hotels after being disappointed by standards of hospitality during a visit to the Highlands with his sister Rachna last year.
A further £9m has been spent refurbishing them and the first, Rokeby Manor at Invergarry, reopened recently.
Mr Narang said: “We are delighted to be opening the second of our Black Sheep Hotels at Cluanie Inn, which is a well-established local landmark and ensures guests truly affordable luxury in the stunning Highlands.
“This follows the opening of Rokeby Manor earlier this year and brings together our considerable experience and expertise in the hospitality sector in order to provide a distinctive and authentic experience for our guests.”
Black Sheep’s third hotel, Whispering Pine Cottage in Spean Bridge, is due to reopen shortly.