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New GM returns to Scotland to take the helm at Meldrum House

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Jordan Charles has been appointed general manager of Meldrum House hotel and golf course.

Charles, who originally trained as a lawyer at Stirling and Strathclyde Universities, joins the privately-owned hotel from Telford Hotel and Golf Resort where he was deputy manager.  

After graduating, Charles worked his way up the ranks through Q Hotels and the newly-rebranded RBH Hotel Group and is ‘delighted’ to be joining Meldrum House for his first general manager’s role.  

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CEO at Meldrum House, Andy Burgess commented: “Jordan’s strong track record in the golf and spa hotel sector will stand him in good stead for this exciting and challenging position. We’ve got a great team working at Meldrum House and Jordan is well placed to continue to grow the business.”

In his new role, Charles will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the 51 bedroom hotel and golf course which is set in 240-acres of Aberdeenshire countryside. 

The hotel won AA Hotel of the Year for Scotland 2014/15 and holds 2 AA Rosettes for its Dining Room.

Charles said: “I am excited by the challenge ahead and look forward to leading one of Scotland’s finest luxury hotels.  I’ve been working in hotels in England for the last 2 and a half years and I’m looking forward to be heading back to Scotland and ensuring that the high standards at Meldrum House continue.”

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