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New home for baronial pile

A stately home is under new management. Fasque House in Aberdeenshire was refurbished two years ago at cost of £11m. It has joined luxury hotels Cromlix, Inverlochy Castle and Greywallls in the stable of Inverlochy Castle Management International (ICMI). The 400-acre country estate features a 19th century property, with 19 furnished bedrooms, great hall, drawing room and intimate dining room. Douglas Dick-Reid said: “Restoring Fasque House and its extensive woodland grounds to their former glory was a hugely rewarding project and we are delighted with the popularity it has enjoyed as a venue since our opening in 2013. “We are aware of Fasque’s potential to become one of Europe’s top exclusive-use venues and we know that ICMI, which is responsible for the development and management of a number of the UK’s top privately owned luxury hotels and venues, is the right partner for us.” Norbert Lieder, managing director of ICMI, said: “Fasque House is a perfect fit for ICMI – stunning architecture, luxurious interiors and a unique offer as a large exclusive use venue capable of catering for up to 150 people, even more with a marquee.”