Britannia Hotels buys second property in Scotland

22 February 2013 by
Britannia Hotels buys second property in Scotland

Located 35 miles north of Aberdeen, the property has been sold by Matrix Investors and was previously branded as a Swallow hotel. It incorporates Ogilvies restaurant and two bars, alongside extensive conference facilities, a leisure club, swimming pool, spa, steam room and gym.

The hotel joins the group's first hotel in Scotland, the 144-bedroom Britannia Hotel Aberdeen.

Ken Sims, director of Christie + Co, which marketed the hotel said: "Its extensive array of facilities and very strong trade - drawn particularly from the local oil and fishing industries - means the Waterside Inn already enjoys excellent all-year-round commercial business."

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