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A former stately home, the property was a youth hostel until four years ago when it was closed because of the high cost of repairing water damage. A company called Carbisdale Castle Ltd is in the process of buying the building near Ardgay. It said the planned bedroom hotel could create jobs for up to 90 people. Kevin Keenan, of Carbisdale Castle Ltd, said: "Our aim is simple - we want to create one of Scotland's luxury hotels and if we can become No 1 so be it. In a separate sale by fuj association, the property's valuable art collection will be offered at an auction in London.

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A former stately home, the property was a youth hostel until four years ago when it was closed because of the high cost of repairing water damage. A company called Carbisdale Castle Ltd is in the process of buying the building near Ardgay.

It said the planned bedroom hotel could create jobs for up to 90 people. Kevin Keenan, of Carbisdale Castle Ltd, said: "Our aim is simple - we want to create one of Scotland's luxury hotels and if we can become No 1 so be it.

In a separate sale by the association, the property's valuable art collection will be offered at an auction in London. The sale of the sculptures and paintings is opposed by a petition. The castle, which overlooks the Kyle of Sutherland, was shut as a hostel after suffering frost damage and SYHA was unable to obtain sufficient funding to cover the cost of the repairs needed.

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