The 4 Star Ardoe House Hotel and Spa is located in a 19th century mansion house near Aberdeen, in eastern Scotland. Ardoe House truly offers the best of both worlds – a mere 3 miles from the bustling activity of Aberdeen City Centre, yet situated on its own 30 acre estate of private & peaceful countryside. The hotel offers 109 traditionally decorated rooms, each with wireless internet and satellite TV. Blairs Restaurant offers an elegant dining experience and Soapie’s Lounge Bar is perfect for coffee or cocktails. The spa has treatment rooms, an indoor heated pool and fitness room.
There are 109 guestrooms at the Ardoe House Hotel. All are bright & spacious rooms with plenty of natural light. Many rooms overlook the wonderful landscaped gardens. All have generously sized work desks as well as a modem connection for business travellers.
All Guestrooms Feature:
When it comes to dining, Blairs Restaurant boasts a kitchen that does justice to its grand surroundings. The award-winning chefs conjure up one winning dish after another, using fresh, local produce and the finest international ingredients.
Sophie’s Lounge Bar:
Soapie’s Lounge offers a warm, open fire to greet you to these relaxed surroundings, with a selection of informal bar meals available.
The Drawing Room:
With the focus on the roaring open fire of the grand fireplace, original features of rich wood panelling, opulent furniture & impressive artwork combine to make this the ultimate indulgence. Enjoy refreshments & home bakes to light lunches & suppers.
The Laird’s Bar:
Enjoy a drink or meal in the relaxed surroundings of the Laird’s Bar, where you can enjoy a dram from the impressive selection of Malt Whiskies while sitting in front of our crackling winter fire.
The City of Aberdeen
On The Map: Aberdeen is located on Scotland’s northeast coast. The A90 is the main road servicing Aberdeen from Dundee to the south.
Aberdeen, with its miles of sandy beaches, was once one of Scotland’s largest seaside resorts, and the harbor is the heart of the city. Founded in the early 12th century, Aberdeen quickly grew into a major port because of its access to the Continent. Aberdeen is a fine place to have a kilt hand-made in the time-honored tradition. You can also see foreign films at the top-rated Belmont Theatre. For shows, plays, musicals, dance, opera, and mimes, head to His Majesty’s Theatre. If you’re looking for a large classical concert, the Music Hall is for you. Aberdeen has some of the most beautiful gardens in Britain. As a matter of fact, the city was once banned from entering floral competitions because it won too often! Due to the granite hills surrounding Aberdeen, much of the building material is granite and various shades of gray. It makes a striking cityscape, although somewhat foreboding, but it is softened by year-long floral displays.