Meet our management couple
Lisa Bryson and Niall Gosman, from Dunbar, join Fusion having successfully managed the first year of operation at The Dolphin Inn, a Mid Century styled boutique hostel which, under their management, went on to achieve 97% five star reviews, throughout the year, across five major booking platforms.
The couple, who are both huge fans of Perthshire, particularly Dunkeld and Pitlochry, are delighted to become the friendly faces of Logierait Lodges, which offers fifteen traditional pine lodges in an idyllic setting by the River Tay. Earlier this year the holiday development reached Number One in the “Speciality Lodging in Pitlochry” category on Tripadvisor, beating twenty three other local holiday lodge developments.
We’re delighted to be here in beautiful Logierait. The views are simply exceptional, and we’ve been very impressed with the lodges. This is obviously a very well cared for development to which we feel we can add additional value with our skills and experience,” said Lisa. With over thirty years’ experience in hospitality, ranging from owning and running her own businesses, including a restaurant/café/pop up shop, Lisa has also overseen and marketed numerous successful events, such as Archerfield’s Fairy Trail and Gosford’s Winter Wonderland.
She’s also a self-trained photographer, which will no doubt come in very handy photographing the stunning scenery all around the park. Just waiting to be captured are the families of ducks which populate the river all year round, along with plenty of other local wildlife.
With a background in the hotel industry, Niall also ran his own health and wellbeing business for over ten years, delivering national health programmes and developing an award winning, corporate healthcare business. Niall’s keen interest in outdoor activities sees him in the process of completing all of the Munros, another reason why a move to Highland Perthshire was on the cards.
“This part of Scotland is very special indeed,” said Niall. “Our plan for Logierait Lodges is to reflect this, giving each and every guest a warm welcome, creating a comforting, relaxing space, which they’ll want to return to, time and time again.”