An additional decade will be afforded to developers seeking to transform a 19th-century seminary in Aberdeenshire into homes and a hotel.
A piano plays by itself in the main reception area while a large stag with feathered wings flies over the bar.
In the future, if anyone asks: “What’s the poshest thing you’ve done in your career?”, I’ll be able to tell them in a flash.
Ambitious plans have been submitted for dozens of new homes at a luxurious Aberdeenshire country house hotel.
A well-known Highland hotel, bought by an Indian entrepreneur, has reopened after an extensive refurbishment.
P&J Live might be the new jewel in the crown of the north-east entertainment scene, but its next door neighbour is equally as impressive.
Your beloved four-legged friend gets the chance to become king or queen of the castle during a stay at Knock Castle Hotel and Spa.
Hilton Aberdeen TECA has opened its doors to guests for the first time.
When someone says the name Gleneagles, you don’t automatically think of a family holiday destination.
North hoteliers are hoping Theresa May’s departure from Downing Street will not stand in the way of top-level talks they have demanded on their “pressing fears” over Brexit.
A group of accommodation providers in the North Mainland of Shetland has objected to plans to build a new 91-bedroom hotel in Lerwick, claiming it could threaten the viability of the local sector.
An historic Moray hotel is entering a new era, as it opens to the public for the first time in almost eight years.
The Granite City often gets a bad reputation.
The Scottish Government has upheld a decision by Highland Council to refuse a hotel development proposed for Glebe Street, Inverness.
Police have launched an appeal after a man was assaulted outside the Malmaison hotel in Aberdeen. The incident happened between midnight and 1.30am today. The condition of the 41-year-old male who was assaulted is unknown. Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses and in particular a woman who offered assistance to this man.
Ackergill Tower finished as hotel as council grants American millionaire permission to use it as holiday home
Highland Council has approved plans to transform a luxury north hotel into a private holiday home for an American millionaire, despite concerns its loss will harm the local economy.
The boss of the Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels (CHFH) has said he expects all three of the group’s West Highland operations to be fully booked for much of this year as Scotland’s tourism bonanza shows no sign of abating.
The northern town of Wick may seem like several worlds away from the Manhattan apartment owned by Jon Pfeil and Anna Gallagher.
A disused city centre office block in Aberdeen will be transformed into a 105-bedroom hotel after the scheme gained approval from the council’s planning committee yesterday.
A well-known Highland hotel is being taken over by 46 of its employees as the man who opened it more than 40 years ago plans to bow out of the business.
A woman has criticised hotel staff over the treatment she received during a stay in Aberdeen.
Highland councillors have thrown out an application for a hotel on a well-known site in the centre of Inverness, amid claims that the design is a throwback to the 1960s.
A north-east father and son have laid claim to the majority share of an Aberdeen hotel following the retirement of a partner after almost 30 years.
A former university building in Aberdeen’s city centre will be reopened as a hotel and restaurant this summer
A family-owned Aberdeenshire hotel which is just months away from reopening after seven years of closure has been targeted in a “disturbing” petrol bomb attack.
One of the world’s largest hotel operators is confident its new operation in the heart of Aberdeen will thrive as the local economy emerges from its recent downturn.
A £6million facelift of Inverness Railway Station is being held back by a city hotel, it has been claimed.
Ardoe House Hotel, near Aberdeen, has changed hands for the third time in 11 years, it was announced yesterday.
The redevelopment of the fire-ravaged centre of a Highland village square has its first business tenants.
A luxury hotel in Aberdeen has become the only property in the city to be awarded a four-star silver rating from the AA.
Plans to transform an Aberdeen office building into a hotel and apartment complex have been hailed as a vote of confidence for the city centre.
A north-east village hotel will be resurrected as a five-star retreat after councillors backed a renovation scheme.