Mansley buys Inverness serviced apartment company Highland Apartments

George Sell By George Sell
02 December 2016 | Updated 30 January 2017

UK: London-based serviced apartments provider Mansley Group has acquired Highland Apartments, for an undisclosed price.

Previously owned by husband and wife Robin and Amanda Murray, Highland owns or manages 16 one and two-bedroom units in the former Highlands and Islands Enterprise headquarters building overlooking the River Ness and Inverness Castle.

Mansley Group also owns London properties in Mayfair and Kensington, and last year bought 28-unit apart-hotel The Knight Residence, near Edinburgh Castle.

The firm's chairman and chief executive, Sir Richard Rowley, said:  "This is another important development in our company's expansion and particularly appropriate that we now have a presence in the main city in the Scottish Highlands to complement our highly successful properties in London and Edinburgh. We expect great interest in Inverness too since serviced apartments offer more space and privacy than conventional hotels."

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