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Ardoe House Hotel

Transformed from a 19th century baronial mansion, Ardoe House Hotel & Spa sits serenely within 30 acres of leafy parklands. Built by Alexander Ogston, a soap merchant, Ardoe House still retains much of its original character and features, captured elegantly in its stone veneer, dark wood-paneled walls, corniced embellishments and warm lighting. With Aberdeen city centre and International Airport only minutes away, the hotel’s rustic setting is the perfect location for both business and pleasure. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can unwind in one of the spa treatment rooms or with a swim in the heated indoor pool. Ardoe House Hotel boasts exceptional customer service and guests will leave having experienced the highest standards of Scottish hospitality.

Rooms & Amenities

The Ardoe House Hotel & Spa features 120 individually styled and classically furnished bedrooms. Every room boasts ample natural light and overlooks the manicured estate grounds. Whether staying in a Classic, Privilege, or Feature room, guests will be guaranteed a restful night in king-sized beds and surrounded by tasteful décor and amenities.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Complimentary WiFi Access
  • Flat-Screen TV
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Air Conditioning
  • In-Room Radio
  • Work Desk
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Room Service

Dining

Blair's Restaurant: 

Arguably one of Aberdeen’s finest dining experiences, Blair’s Restaurant at Ardoe House Hotel is wildly popular amongst guests and locals alike. Head Chef Alan Clarke firmly believes in sourcing his menu from local producers, which can be savored in his dishes of Loch Duart Salmon, Isle of Mull Potato Gnocci, or Inverurie Lamb.

Soapie’s Brasserie:

A warm open fire greets guests upon arrival in Soapie’s Brasserie. With relaxing surroundings, Soapie’s offers a delicious menu of classic favorites including Steak & Ale Pie and the HM Sheridan Steak Burger. Soapie’s is the perfect stop for an informal meal and has long been a culinary haunt for locals.

The Drawing Room: 

The Drawing Room boasts an elegant space in which to enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and light evening bites. Open until 6.00pm, guests can choose from a wide array of delectable sandwiches and home baked goods to complement a fresh cup of tea or coffee.

The Laird's Bar: 

Set amidst eccentric décor, the Ardoe House Hotel proudly presents its Whisky Bar – home to over 80 varieties of Scottish whisky. Nothing can compare to a dram of the region’s finest malt while sitting in front of a crackling wood fire.