Hotel had the wow factor. The room was beautiful. staff very friendly polite and could not do enough to make my stay very welcoming.
very comfortable and homely.
food was delicious.
would definitely stay again, and would recommend to family and friends.
Gina from Wirral
Escape to the tranquillity of the Scottish countryside and treat yourself to a superb break at the Meldrum House Country …More
We only spent one evening there. We drove up from Edinburgh for golf, then stayed overnight at the Kilmarnock and had a wonderful dinner. We got up in the morning and had breakfast before leaving for our next destination. The hotel was quite, clean and very reasonably priced for this small quaint little town.
John from Tempe, Arizona
Situated in the centre of the coastal village of Cruden Bay and only 800m from the world renowned Cruden Bay links Golf …More
We had a great time at the castle - delicious food, great scotch selection, and the staff are great. Stuart kept us entertained for hours in the bar as we sampled various scotches, and then we enjoyed the huge rooms. I even managed to fit a bath in, which isn't usually possible at 6'4". The next morning, we enjoyed delicious breakfast in the dining room (try the salmon and eggs), and wandered around the grounds. It was the best place we stayed our entire trip.
Johnny from San Jose, CA
This family-friendly hotel is located in Huntly, close to Huntly Castle. Area attractions also include Glendronach Distillery.More
One of the nicest hotels I've stayed in for a long time! Located by Loch Aboyne my room overlooked the loch on a beautiful sunny evening. There was an air of calm about the place not found at most "normal" hotels, probably due to there only being 14 rooms and there being no noisy traffic or passers-by to contend with.
The room was modern, very clean with a very comfy bed. The flat screen tv was handy for watching the World Cup games too! My patio doors opened to let in the sights and sounds of the loch (although I did have to contend with a few midges as expected due to the waterfront location).
The evening meal in the restaurant was nicely presented although a larger portion would have been welcome (not really a complaint as the quality was very good). Morning breakfast was as you would expect with a choice of continental or freshly fried fayre.
All-in-all a very pleasant stay at a reasonable price for the area and I would definitely consider staying there again.
Fraser from Livingston, West Lothian
Situated in Aboyne, this spa guesthouse is in the same region as Craigievar Castle, Grampian Transport Museum, and Kildrummy …More
We only stayed for one night and was very impressed with our bedroom. The bedroom was ground floor with patio door opening onto a veranda with table and 2 chairs. This would be delightful in the summer.
Loch Kinord Hotel - 35 miles from Aberdeen City Centre - Andrew and Jenny Cox invite you to share this wonderful part of …More
The staff was very helpful. At one point I asked where I could find a pub that served Scottish eggs. The lady at the front desk told me that pubs no longer served Scottish eggs but there was a butchers shop near by that sold them and she would have the kitchen cook them for me. Wow, what service, and they were excellent. The room fee included breakfast and is was better than the one I paid 10 GBP for the next day at the Marriott in Edenburugh.
Jim from Kettering, OH, USA
The Palace Hotel is a place where the welcome isgenuine and professional. Rooms that are comfortableand well equipped …More