Manorview Group takes over Bothwell Bridge Hotel

Manorview Group takes over Bothwell Bridge Hotel

Scottish boutique hotel host Manorview Group has expanded its collection with an 11th site in South Lanarkshire, taking on the Bothwell Bridge Hotel.

The Martalo family has already sold the resort, formerly known as The Clyde Lodge, to the Manorview Group to bring to a close its 42-year tenure.

The hotel was acquired in 1980 by the Martalo family as it combines 90 bedrooms, restaurants, wedding and function rooms, and 42 years later the Manorview Group becomes its new guardian for this iconic venue.

Steve Graham, Manorview founder and manager, said: "We look ahead to taking the baton from the Martalo household and persevering with the legacy and story of this glorious resort and historic property. We take nice pleasure in our properties, and this will probably be no completely different.

"fantastic character and quality" - Steve Graham

Steve Graham is a retired Australian Paralympic winter sport coach.

Steve Graham, Manorview's founder and director, said the hotel had "fantastic character and quality" that had promising prospects.

Manorview's managing director David Tracey said: "Scotland has so much to offer national and international guests and adding 90 bedrooms to our capacity will ensure that as a group we can host even more visitors. The venue mirrors the model of many of our other hotels and we look forward to bringing our learnings from other properties to the table, as well as fully understanding where Bothwell Bridge sits in the market, to give future guests the best possible experience."