Fall into liquidation
Ardoe House latest hotel to feel effects of Covid
Ardoe House felt the squeeze on trade
The Mercure Aberdeen Ardoe House Hotel is the latest to fall foul of the Covid restrictions and has gone into voluntary liquidation.
The closure of the four-star facility, a 120-room Victorian mansion set on 18 acres of land, will result in the loss of 68 jobs.
Ardoe House, three miles from the city centre, is the latest to be confronted by the squeeze on trade caused by the Covid restrictions.
Gleneagles Hotel will shut until the end of January and the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews is closed until further notice. Both intend to re-open when conditions allow.
Ardoe is owned by MSB Admiral, a UK company set up by Malaysian businessmen Wai Hin Choy and Wai Ceong Choy. MSB bought the property in January 2018.