A family-run hotel overlooking the world’s fifth-oldest golf course was this week put on the market for £750,000.
Business property adviser Christie & Co has been instructed to sell Grey Harlings Hotel, at East Links in Montrose.
READ MORE: Christie & Co said that Grey Harlings Hotel, offering nine en-suite guest rooms, “boasts spectacular views over the historic Montrose Golf Links – the fifth oldest course in the world” and is a short walk from the town’s beach front.
Scotch whisky giant moves into private collector market
WILLIAM Grant & Sons has launched a new private clients business as the distiller responds to growing interest in rare whisky from the collector market.
Dry ice brothers secure funding to help overcome Britain’s CO2 challenges
A PERTHSHIRE manufacturing firm is set to help tackle shortages of food-grade carbon dioxide after securing a multi-million pound package of funding.
READ MORE: Run by brothers Richard and Ed Nimmons, Dry Ice Scotland is setting up a new £4 million production site near Dumfries that will use waste CO2 from a nearby plant to make liquid CO2 that is compressed into pellets and slabs of dry ice.
JW Filshill leads way as awards hail Glasgow business success
HISTORIC wholesale company JW Filshill was celebrating last night after lifting three prizes at a major awards ceremony in Glasgow.
READ MORE: JW Filshill, which was established more than 140 years ago, was named Most Outstanding Business of the Year at the Glasgow Business Awards. It secured the accolade – the most prestigious of the evening – alongside the awards for Family Business of the Year and Health and Wellbeing.
Scotgold encouraged by performance of Cononish mine
THE chief executive of the company mining for gold in Argyll has declared it is “now on the correct growth trajectory to realise the full potential” of the Cononish site.
Jackton: 131 new Miller homes announced
MILLER Homes is marking its 20th-year building in East Kilbride with a new development in Jackton, South Lanarkshire.
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