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McMillan Hotels

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

McMillan Hotels
Industry Hospitality
Founded 1961
Founder Hammy McMillan
Headquarters Stranraer, Scotland
Website www.mcmillanhotels.co.uk

McMillan Hotels is a hotel chain based in Stranraer, Scotland. The hotel group has a portfolio of 3 hotels across Scotland, operating in the three and four star sector.

History

The hotel group was initially created after hotelier Hammy McMillan decided to renovate the North West Castle in his hometown of Stranraer in 1961.[1] It later became the first hotel in the world with an indoor curling ice rink,[2] and continues to welcome curlers from all over the world.[citation needed]

Today, the hotel group continues to be owned and run by the McMillan family. The hotel group is involved in local weddings and events, and in curling and golf.[3] North West Castle hosts curling events throughout the season from October to April.[citation needed] Cally Palace Hotel & Golf course has an 18 hole parkland golf course. Fernhill Hotel has views over the village and harbour of Portpatrick.[citation needed]

Portfolio

The group consists of hotels across the south-west of Scotland, including hotels in Dumfries and Galloway, such as the 18th century home of Sir John Ross, North West Castle, as well as the 'Category A' listed building Cally Palace, which was acquired in 1981.[4] and Fernhill Hotel in nearby Portpatrick Fernhill Hotel in Portpatrick

References

  1. ^ "Read the history behind our family-friendly, family-run hotels..." McMillan Hotels. Retrieved 2011-01-24. 
  2. ^ http://www.electricscotland.com/history/women/curling.htm
  3. ^ "Golf round-up". The Scotsman. Retrieved 2011-01-24. 
  4. ^ "The Herald - Cally Palace History". The Herald. 2000-07-17. Retrieved 2011-01-27. 

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This page was last edited on 25 December 2017, at 21:49.
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