This is the nearest hotel to RGU - a 10 minute walk away, but is not easy to get to from Aberdeen Airport. There is a choice of a cross-country route, or in towards Aberdeen town centre and then out again for taxis, at a cost of about £25. In a pleasant country house setting in some not very extensive woodland. Staff are friendly and there are nice open fires on the go in the public areas. No wifi in rooms, just in public areas. Breakfast is hearty. Dinner quite expensive, and there are no other restaurants close by. Rooms are comfortable, though the TV in my room was tiny!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Norwood Hall Hotel was built in 1881 on the site of the 15th Century Pitfodels Castle. This truly magnificent Victorian mansion exudes character and charm, with roaring log fires, sweeping staircases and magnificent interior design. Set in seven acres of secluded gardens and woodlands this four star hotel is the ideal venue to host your wedding,family gathering, business meeting and team away day. Norwood Hall has 73 en-suite bedrooms including junior suites, four poster rooms and superb original house rooms, which include all the luxury and modern facilities of a 4 star hotel, whilst still retaining the history and ambience of days gone by.The new conference centre boasts seven superb conference rooms with state-of-the-art audio visual equipment which, along with the traditional Norwood hospitality and customer service, is guaranteed to make your conference a successful event. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Norwood Hall Aberdeen
- Hotel Norwood Hall
- Macdonald Hotels Aberdeen, Scotland