Convenient for Aberdeen city centre and set within seven acres of tranquil, private gardens, Norwood Hall Hotel offers the best of all worlds.
Located on Garthdee Road, the mansion house hotel was built in 1881 on the site of the 15th century Pitfodels Castle.
While its origins go back centuries, the present hotel offers all the modern comforts you would expect from a 21st century, four star hotel.
Not least of which is the Tapestry Restaurant, the hotel’s superb, two AA Rosette restaurant.
Enjoy all that Norwood Hall has to offer with today’s Big Deal on a short break including a three course meal for two in the Tapestry Restaurant.
Available 7 days a week
Available 7 days a week, the offer comes in two forms.
Option one is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay in a double or twin room with a full Scottish breakfast in the morning.
The offer also includes a three course dinner for two from the table d’hôte menu in Tapestry Restaurant.
Option two is for two people to enjoy two consecutive nights in a double or twin room with a full Scottish breakfast in the morning.
A three course dinner for two on the first night of your stay is also part of the option two offer.
The elegant, ensuite bedrooms at Norwood Hall Hotel are traditionally furnished and feature a range of modern conveniences such as WiFi, flat screen televisions and drinks tray.
Two AA Rosettes
The Tapestry Restaurant offers a classic Scottish menu with fine seasonal ingredients. It is an elegant space with views of the gardens and woodlands.
Dishes on the table d’hôte menu change regularly. Typical starters might be the pressed terrine of ham hock with apple chutney and Arran oaties or the prawn and crayfish cocktail served with an apple and basil salad, confit tomato and Marie Rose.
Popular main courses include dishes such as the Moroccan style lamb casserole or the roast hake fillet served with chive mash, fine beans and a lemon and caper butter sauce.
TripAdvisor contributors have left lots of enthusiastic reviews of Norwood Hall Hotel:
‘Relaxing weekend. This was a brilliant hotel set in landscaped grounds and felt rural even though it was really close to the centre of Aberdeen. Staff were attentive without being over the top and rooms and food were great. Bed was really comfortable which is often not the case in other hotels. Definitely recommend this one!’
From golf to fishing via the shops of Aberdeen to the distilleries of Speyside, there is no shortage of fun attractions in and around Aberdeen.
Enjoy them all on a well deserved spring break with today’s Big Deal at Norwood Hall Hotel in Aberdeen.