Andy Murray’s £1.8million majestic hotel that hosted his family’s weddings – inside



As well as his stunning Surrey family home and the new house he’s renovating, Andy Murray also owns a fifteen-bedroom hotel he bought in 2013 for £1.8million.


Located near his hometown of Dunblane, Scotland, the Cromlix hotel has actually played host to the Wimbledon champion’s wedding to Kim Sears back in 2015.



The couple said “I do” at Dunblane Cathedral, before heading to the property for their reception, while Andy’s older brother Jamie married wife Alejandra Gutierrez at the hotel in 2010, and Andy’s father William wed his partner Sam Watson there in December 2016.



Andy completely renovated the Victorian property before it opened in 2014 and it now boasts ten bedrooms, five luxury suites, its own chapel, tennis courts, games room, conservatory, a Chez Roux restaurant, and it is set within 34 acres of private gardens. Take a peek inside the five-star hotel…



Andy Murray’s chapel

The chapel would make for a very beautiful setting for an intimate wedding – so we can see why it was popular among his family. The website explains: “All the needlework in the Chapel, including the altar frontals and banners were made by Mary Hay Drummond, wife of Colonel Arthur Hay Drummond who owned the estate from 1901 until his death in 1953.”

There are stained glass windows, drums, silver mounted bagpipes dressed in Drummond Tartan, and family banners – two are Hay and two are Drummond.

Andy Murray’s tennis courts


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