Managing Director of Nevis Range, Chris O’Brien, said: “The hotel and bunkhouse are being developed as a direct response to the wishes of our customers.
“We’ll be sure to add our own ski and bike led twist to operations!
“I’m incredibly excited about the addition of a third restaurant to the Nevis Range site.
“This restaurant will be serving Scottish Highland Tapas, all locally sourced, and a huge selection of Scottish drinks showcasing some of the incredible local suppliers that we’re so fortunate to have based here in Lochaber.
“This project is possible due to the support of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). HIE are investing £800k into this project and I’m delighted that both parties share a vision for the creation of Quality, Sustainable Adventure Tourism Experiences right here in the Outdoor Capital of the UK.”
The Scottish tourism sector has experienced an exceptional boom as a result of the increase in ‘staycation’ holidays over the summer.
Research by Barclays suggested that 23 million Brits had planned a ‘staycation’ this summer, whilst also identifying the Scottish Highlands as the seventh most popular holiday destination.
As a result of the heightened interest in ‘staycations’, the research also suspected that the Scottish Highlands was set to receive £1.135 billion worth of business.