Lincolnshire publicans buy Forres hotel

31 August 2006
Lincolnshire publicans buy Forres hotel

Lincolnshire publicans Lloyd and Julia Kenny have bought the Cluny Bank hotel in Forres, Morayshire.

The former Victorian mansion house was converted into a hotel in 1999 and it now holds a four-star tourist board rating and has won awards for its service and quality accommodation.

Along with 10 en-suite bedrooms, Cluny Bank has a Laurel and Hardy-themed lounge bar and a 30-seat restaurant which Lloyd, a chef, plans to promote to residents and to the general public.

The owners' accommodation consists of a double bedroom with outside patio, a bathroom and a large lounge.

The Edinburgh office of Colliers Robert Barry was inviting offers in excess of £575,000 for the property on behalf of Rene Looper and Pamela Van Ankeren.

By Angela Frewin

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