Wimbledon champion Andy Murray's Cromlix Hotel will open its doors for the first time today.
The 26-year-old has transformed the Cromlix House in Kinbuck, which is near to Murray's hometown of Dunblane in Perthshire, into a five-star hotel.
The Victorian mansion holds five suites and 10 bedrooms with a restaurant, which is housed in a conservatory overlooking the grounds, overseen by chef Albert Roux.
The Scotsman also added a tennis court to the grounds decorated in Wimbledon colours of purple and green.
Murray wrote on Twitter on Tuesday morning: "@CromlixHotel opening today.. thanks to everyone who has been involved in the process.. hope it's a great day."
Murray is said to have named all of the suites after famous Scots, including former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.