Perle Hotels has announced the acquisition of five-star Glencoe House Hotel in the Scottish Highlands, located in a commanding position overlooking the sea loch and mountains around Glencoe.
Glencoe House was built by Lord Strathcona in 1896 and is perhaps best known for the bloody massacre in 1692 between the Campbell and the MacDonald clans.
The house was purchased by Roger Niemeyer in 2011 and over the last few years he and Judy Pate have restored and brought this stunning property back to its former grandeur.
As part of the sale of Glencoe House, all existing employment contracts will be honoured and all staff will continue working for Glencoe House, which will be owned & operated by Perle Hotels.
Fasih Rehman, CEO of Perle Hotels, says: “Glencoe House Hotel and its team are a fantastic addition to our growing hotel group. We appreciate what a very special place Glencoe House is, but also the very high standards at which it operates now, and we intend to build further on these in the future.”
Perle Hotels currently owns and operates four hotels in Scotland; in Portree, Inverness and Oban. The Marmalade and Bosville Hotels overlook the harbour in Portree. The Perle Oban is located on the harbour in Oban and Lochardil House Hotel is a short distance from the centre of Inverness.
Perle Hotels was established in 2014 and has grown rapidly in the past five years. The group was honoured to receive the Queens Award for International Trade last month at Buckingham Palace.