Edinburgh hotel thanks key workers with free stay

A hotel and golf resort on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club, is offering a free overnight stay to key workers as a thank you to those who have kept the country running this past year.

Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 12:30 pm

When key workers such as teachers, the armed forces and NHS, care home and supermarket staff book a minimum of one night stay at the hotel during 2021, they will receive a complimentary second night stay on Dalmahoy.

The leading hotel and golf resort will reopen on Thursday April 29 2021 as Scotland eases lockdown and allows the accommodation and hotel sector to reopen.

The hotel which is set in 1,000 acres of countryside seven miles from Edinburgh city centre, has been closed for the second time since coronavirus lockdown restrictions were introduced at the end of December and will reopen with thorough safety measures in place to allow guests a comfortable and relaxing stay.

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General manager of the hotel Murray Thomson said: “We are really excited to welcome guests back to our hotel and we want to reopen with a strong message to those who have kept our country running this year: thank you - we are forever grateful.

“Many of our team have key workers in their family and know only too well the sacrifices which have been made this past year – it’s time to say thank you.”

Mr Thomson is upbeat about the future of Scotland’s hospitality sector.

He said: “I’m optimistic about the reawakening of Scotland’s hospitality sector this year and the part we can play in helping create much-needed joy in people’s lives.”

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