The Norwood Hall Hotel was built in 1881 on the site of the 15th Century Pitfodels Castle, offering guests the best in breathtaking Scottish scenery and fine facilities. Conveniently located within easy reach of the historic Aberdeen city centre, Norwood hall Hotel is a popular choice for anyone visiting the area. Norwood Hall Hotel boasts superb guest accommodation and stylish meeting and function rooms, plus breathtaking gardens and surrounding woodland. The hotel makes an ideal base for country adventures - roam the beautiful Scottish countryside and marvel in the glorious scenery the Aberdeen area has to offer. Once you've finished exploring, a visit to the hotel's fabulous Tapestry Restaurant comes highly recommended.
The Norwood Hall Hotel boasts stunning views of the Scottish countryside from the comfort of your luxurious and peaceful hotel room. The 73 elegant bedrooms are comfortable, traditionally furnished and offer a range of modern conveniences.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Complimentary WiFi
- Flat Screen TV with Satellite Channels
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Work Desk
- Direct Dial Telephone
Norwood Hall Hotel boasts good food at it’s best. Savour speciality dishes and fine wines at our elegant, AA Rosette awarded, Tapestry Restaurant, or for an informal lunch, sample the delicious fare on offer in the Georgian Lounge with a freshly brewed tea or coffee, whilst you enjoy views across the gardens and the woodlands beyond. We serve only the finest Scottish cuisine in our restaurant and specially sourced, organic suppliers for our vegetables and dairy products where possible.
Come and enjoy the delicious food on offer at the AA Rosette awarded Tapestry Restaurant, situated within 7 acres of gardens and woodland. You’ll enjoy exceptional food amidst the most spectacular of landscapes. Tapestry offers a classic Scottish menu with its fine seasonal ingredients and impressive wine list. So, whether you’re popping in for breakfast or settling down for an evening of intimate fine dining, we’ll have a spectacular spread waiting for you. The Tapestry Restaurant is traditionally furnished, boasting a contemporary, yet classic menu.
The Georgian Bar:
The inviting Georgian Bar provides a more relaxed atmosphere for our guests. The epitome of style and comfort, our comfortable lounge boasts a Luxury Malt Whisky Menu with over 80 varieties. We serve a wide selection of snacks as well as delicious afternoon tea – so settle down and relax in traditional, elegant surroundings.
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.