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Thainstone House

Inverurie, Inverurie AB51 5NT

Fabulous spa and leisure club, award-winning dining options, Stockman’s bar, Boy’s Room and wonderful surrounding scenery.

  • "The outdoor tranquillity garden really makes your break in terms of relaxation, all year round."

    We love this hotel because...

    • 2AA Rosette restaurant
    • Boy’s Room
    • Dog friendly
    Check In: 3pm
    Check Out: 11am

    Plan Your Trip

    Thainstone House is a grand, Palladian style building that sits in 44 acres of scenic park and woodland. To match its historic exterior, inside is elegantly decorated to reflect the era in which it was built and the Scottish heritage of the surrounding area. Along with ornate cornicing, traditional art and classic furnishings, you’ll spot twists of tartan throughout.

    Situated on the outskirts of the quaint town of Inverurie, Thainstone House is surrounded by beautiful Highland scenery. Close to Aberdeen Airport as well the city itself, it is well connected to the rest of Aberdeenshire and the Highlands beyond.

    Thainstone House’s tranquil, rural location lends itself well to spa breaks, with its own leisure club that has a gym, indoor heated pool, Jacuzzi bath and steam room as well as a spa that offers a good choice of treatments and an outdoor hot tub and sauna. In the evenings, guests can visit the “Boy’s Room” where the juke box, retro games machine and snooker table offer an alternative mode of relaxation.

    Guests can dine on award-winning food during their stay in The Green Lady restaurant which has been awarded two AA Rosettes, serving an à la carte and six course taster menu of well-executed dishes that are traditional with a modern twist. With impressive chandeliers, dramatically high ceilings and large bay windows the restaurant’s grandeur matches its status.

    Alternatively, guests can visit the more informal Stockman’s for a menu of steaks cooked on a Josper grill, and other hearty meals. Their wine list is extensive and the surroundings are informal and relaxed.

    In the Drawing Room, guests can enjoy an evening drink by the fire, in a cosy atmosphere. With a wide selection of beverages with whiskies from the nearby area, it’s a fantastic setting for winding down.

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    Booking fee of £6 applies to each booking