Andy Murray's five-star Cromlix Hotel to open today

Andy Murray's five-star Cromlix Hotel in Scotland officially opens on Tuesday.

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.

Andy Murray celebrates his victory over Feliciano Lopez during their Australian Open third round match on January 18, 2014
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