One of the finest 4-star hotels in the Aberdeen area, Macdonald Pittodrie House is set within its own ancient grounds, offering the very best in breathtaking scenery and fine facilities. The hotel is just 20 miles west of Aberdeen, and in close proximity to the charming village of Inverurie. The hotel’s picturesque setting within 2,400 acres of scenic estate land ensures that it is a perennially popular choice for locals and tourists alike. Pittodrie House is perfect for country adventures – roam the spectacular Aberdeenshire landscapes and marvel in the glorious scenery the hotel has on offer. Once you’ve finished exploring, a visit to the fantastic two AA Rosette rated Mither Tap Restaurant, comes highly recommended. Here, you will find the finest of fare in a remarkable Scottish countryside setting.
Macdonald Pittodrie House boasts stunning views of the Pittodrie Estate from the comfort of your luxurious and peaceful hotel room. The 27 elegant bedrooms are comfortable & traditionally furnished, yet boast a range of modern conveniences.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Views of the Hotel Grounds, Woodland & Bennachie
- Flat-Screen TV with Satellite Channels
- Work Desk & Chairs
- Trouser Press
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- WiFi Internet Access Available
The Mither Tap Restaurant:
Come and enjoy the wholesome fare on offer at the 2 AA Rosette rated The Mither Tap Restaurant, where, nestled in the heart of Aberdeenshire, you’ll experience great food at its best amidst the most spectacular of Scottish landscapes.
The restaurant features traditional Scottish decor and magnificent views supplement an ever-changing Scottish menu, with its fine seasonal ingredients and impressive wine list. So, whether you’re popping in for breakfast or settling down for an intimate dinner, we’ll have a spectacular spread waiting for you.
The Snug Bar:
The inviting Snug Bar provides a more relaxed atmosphere for guests. The epitome of style and comfort, The Snug Bar boasts a menu of high quality, family friendly dishes. A wide selection of lunch, dinner and afternoon snacks are served – so settle down and relax in traditional, elegant surroundings.
The Drawing Room:
For a little sophistication settle into a sofa in our lounge and sip cocktails as the light fades over Bennachie. The portraits of previous Pittodrie inhabitants gaze benignly down on you as you play board games or the Lounge’s piano. The Drawing Room is warm and inviting in the flickering firelight or imposingly stylish during the day. The perfect setting to sample a pre-dinner Kir Royale or Bellini or a fine malt such as Balvenie or Glenfiddich.
On The Map: Inverurie is located just 30 minutes / 16 miles northwest of Aberdeen, along the A96 road.
Inverurie is a prosperous Aberdeenshire town, with a history of at least a thousand years. Inverurie lies in a strategically important location on the north bank of the River Don, opposite Port Elphinstone, and on the west bank of the River Urie. As a result it has seen conflict more than once in its history. Close to the railway station is the focal point of Inverurie where the High Street broadens out into the Market Place. This has in its centre the small wooded park surrounding the war memorial. At the head of the Market Place is the large grey stone Town Hall, built in 1863. Besides the battlefields, the ruins of the medieval Kinkell Church can be found to the south of the town. An excellent stone circle can be visited at Easter Aquhorthies, two miles west of Inverurie. A remarkable Pictish symbol stone, the Brandesbutt Stone, is surrounded by a modern housing estate near the northern edge of Inverurie.