This beautiful Aberdeen granite house designed by the renowned Edinburgh architect, Lorimer, was built at the turn of the century as a private residence but subsequently became a hotel and for a period was owned by BP before being returned to a private residence for the current owners over twenty years ago. It has several public rooms including a conservatory and a large garden suitable for entertaining groups or family reunions. The back lawn is perfect for croquet although it is surrounded by pine trees with their consequences. There are open fireplaces in the elegant drawing room and dinning room a glass fronted fireplace in the sitting room. These two rooms can be opened up to form one very large drawing room if preferred. A marquee is erected during the summer at the southern facing back of the house to facilitate outdoor entertaining. There is a large kitchen with an old four door oil fired aga. Access to the nine hole Abernethy Golf Club involves a two minute walk. Note minimum charges.
Notes on prices:
Prices quoted are for larger groups. Prices can be reduced for smaller parties with a minimum charge of £750 per week. For less than a week but for larger groups there is a minimum charge of £1,500. If you are a small party looking for a short stay, there is minimum charge of £750. Stag and Hen parties are not accepted