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Crieff Hydro launches recruitment drive amid strong summer bookings

The hotels offer accommodation for team members who wish to stay on site in their nine properties

Scotland’s largest independent hotel group, Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels, has launched a summer recruitment drive in readiness for what is anticipated to be a “buoyant summer”.

It said the positions are available across food and beverage, housekeeping, spa and beauty, grounds and maintenance and activities and leisure.

The hotels offer accommodation for team members who wish to stay on site in their nine properties, situated in some of Scotland’s most scenic locations from the West Highlands to Perthshire and the Scottish Borders.

Stephen Leckie, CEO Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels, said: “Research published last week in the Scottish Tourism Index reveals that almost a quarter of Scots will holiday in Scotland this year; this interest is reflected in our bookings and anticipated demand for the season ahead. The success of our recent Spring marketing campaign shows the domestic market and appetite for Scottish breaks is strong, despite the current cost of living crisis.


“For a business like ours, driven by our mission to create unforgettable memories for guests across our unique locations, we need to be ambitious in our focus on recruitment and retention and reward generously, given the challenges in relation to the recruitment crisis, particularly within hospitality.”

Kristian Campbell, general manager of Crieff Hydro, said: “There has never been a better time to join hospitality, whether it’s for the summer or for the longer term; Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels offers the opportunity for employees to earn money whilst enjoying a fun, memorable summer at some of Scotland’s most iconic locations.

“We offer flexible hours, an excellent range of benefits and the roles available come with the highest level of training and development to support short term goals and indeed long-term career ambitions in one of the world’s fastest growing industries.”

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