Bespoke Hotels add The Glenburn Hotel to portfolio


The Glenburn Hotel on the Isle of Bute has been  bought out of administration by Bespoke Hotels,  the UK’s largest independent hotel group.

The hotel, a famous Rothesay landmark,  opened in 1892,  and was Scotland’s first ‘hydropathic’ hotel. but during the pandemic its closed due to  ‘unsustainable cash-flow problems’ and was marketed by administrators FRP Advisory for offers over £1.1m.

Bespoke Hotels chairman, Haydn Fentum, has suggested that the hotel, which has 134 guest rooms, a ballroom, restaurants, bars, terrace, conference facilities and terraced gardens, will reopen “very soon.” The website suggests after “May”.

The sale, for an undisclosed sum, adds to Bespoke’s portfolio of 90 hotels in the UK, with 23 in Scotland including 

The Carnoustie Golf Hotel, Carnoustie , Dalmunzie Castle Hotel, Perthshire, Portpatrick Hotel,Portpatrick and The Bonham Hotel Edinburgh

Category: Hotel News
Tags: Bespoke Hotels, The Glenburn Hotel