Things to know
- Approx 45 minutes from Glasgow Airport (44 miles)
- Approx 40 minutes from Edinburgh Airport (39 miles)
- Albert Roux OBE, KFO, Owner of La Gavroche in London, the first UK restaurant to be awarded three Michelin Stars will oversee the restaurant
- Cromlix is set in 50 acres of secluded woodlands and gardens, with an attractive trout loch
- The hotel has 10 bedrooms, 5 suites, Gate Lodge, private chapel, reception hall, two drawing rooms, conservatory, dining room, library and meeting rooms
- Suitable for small groups and exclusive use
- On-site activities are available including archery, garden games, falconry and of course a signatory tennis court
- Perfect for those looking for a luxury getaway, wedding, corporate meeting, incentive and fine dining
Things to do
- Play tennis on a court that has been shared by Wimbledon Champions Andy & Jamie Murray
- Catch your own fish in the House Loch and have the chef prepare it for tea
- Visit a unique residential Episcopalian Chapel with organ by John R Miller of Dundee
- Meet our house Rooster, Collin III and his wives who live on the estate
- Enjoy a Talisker 57 Degrees North old fashioned in our stylish hand painted bar
- Visit Stirling Castle, one of Scotland’s grandest castles due to its imposing position and impressive architecture – the scenery will take your breath away
- Just 40 minutes from the historical and cultural hubs of Edinburgh and Glasgow
Meetings and events
A popular wedding venue over the years, Andy’s brother Jamie married his Colombian wife Alejandra Gutierrez in the chapel in 2010. The quiet elegance of the house together with its breathtaking location make Cromlix a perfect retreat for boardroom meetings, decision making and corporate entertaining. Only a short drive from Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow, Cromlix provides a stunning rural setting for exclusive boardroom meetings and corporate away days. With refined public rooms on the ground floor and the Billiard Room and Study on the first floor of the house, Cromlix can provide flexible, elegant spaces that can be set up to suit your requirements.
Choose from one of 4 rooms to host your meeting:
Located on the first floor overlooking the lawn can provide the setting for a meeting or private lunch/dinner. A smaller and more intimate space, the room can comfortably seat 10 people on one table.
The Billiard Room
Also on the first floor is a magnificent room with stunning views of the lawn on one side and the woodlands and drive on the other side. With its stunning open fire and high wooden ceiling, The Billiard Room can seat 20 for a meeting or dinner on a high table that sits over our full-size snooker table.
The Garden Room
On the ground floor is a beautiful room with a view over the lawn and can comfortably seat 24 for a meeting or dinner.
The Drawing Room
On the ground floor is one of the public lounges with a large bay window and open fire. Light and airy, and the largest room at Cromlix, this room can be converted into a private meeting space for up to 50 delegates. A marquee can be erected in the grounds.
Food & beverage
Chez Roux Restaurant
Dining at Cromlix is a culinary experience that need not be confined to the dining room. There are lots of luxurious spots within the hotel that can accommodate more intimate, private dining. Chez Roux restaurant, overseen by the legendary French chef Albert Roux and run by award-winning executive head chef Darin Campbell, is housed in the glass-walled conservatory overlooking the grounds and offers diners a ringside view of the chefs at work in the extensive open kitchen. Guests can also opt to dine in the small Study which seats up to 10, the first-floor Billiard Room which can accommodate 20 and the Garden Room for parties up to 24.
Visit the tranquil surroundings of Cromlix for afternoon tea. Select your choice of tea leaves from the tea menu and enjoy the Chef’s savoury finger sandwiches, freshly made scones and selection of sweet delicatessens.
When Scottish tennis superstar Andy Murray acquired Cromlix, close to his hometown of Dunblane, it signalled not only a return to his roots but the chance to reinvent the glorious era of grand country house living. Following extensive refurbishment, the US Open, Olympic and Wimbledon champion has transformed the elegant Victorian Perthshire mansion into a luxury 15-bedroom and Gate Lodge, five-star destination.
The hotel, which opened in Spring 2014, offers guests the chance to experience the sort of decadent lifestyle once enjoyed by the Lairds of Cromlix, redefined for the 21st century by sumptuous surroundings and impeccable yet discreet service. Situated in beautiful countryside, just three miles from Dunblane, Cromlix is set in 34 acres of secluded woodlands and garden grounds, with its own chapel and house loch. The hotel boasts a Chez Roux restaurant, offering reasonably priced menus that use seasonal locally sourced produce wherever possible, five suites and ten bedrooms, gate lodge accommodation, reception hall, two drawing rooms, conservatory, dining room, snooker and meeting rooms.
Elegantly re-designed to showcase much of the house’s original heritage, Cromlix has been furnished with specially-sourced Scottish antique furniture. Commenting on his new venture, Andy said: “By re-establishing Cromlix as a leading luxury hotel at the heart of the Dunblane community we will be able to attract new visitors to the area, create a number of new jobs and focus on supporting other local businesses. I’m pleased to be able to give something back to the community I grew up in.”