Wimbledon 2017 is over for Andy Murray, but these businesses will occupy him

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Satiating his appetite for in property, Murray is the proud owner of luxury hotel Cromlix, which can be found in his native Scotland near to his Dunblane hometown.

The Victorian mansion was bought by the tennis player at the start of 2013 for a reported £1.8m as he stated he would be “securing its future as a successful business,” making the year a busy one alongside the launch of 77.

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Murray has spent a reported £6m refurbishing Cromlix
“By re-establishing Cromlix as a leading luxury hotel at the heart of the Dunblane community we will be able to attract new visitors to the area, create a number of new jobs and focus on supporting other local businesses,” Murray said. He added that he was satisfied he could give back to his community.

Taking that duty seriously, the hotel reopened a year after the takeover and by the end of 2015, Murray was said to have invested £6m to refurbish Cromlix.

Guests at the venue can expect their choice of 15 rooms in the mansion – five suites and ten bedrooms – while a lodge is also on the property.

With 34 acres of woodland around, Cromlix also comes with a chapel, loch and a Chez Roux restaurant.

[rb_inline_related] Room prices vary based on the season, but a small double can currently be booked for £235 a night, with a suite priced at £595.

On the next page, we look at how Murray has found a passion for crowdfunding, embracing a series of sectors in the process.

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