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Raemoir House Hotel

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Welcome to Raemoir, one of the most beautiful Country House Hotels in the Highlands - A very special place famed for its hospitality for decades.
Raemoir is situated in 3,500 acres of Parkland and Forest in Beautiful Royal Deeside -Surrounded by Romantic Castles, but only 20 minutes away from Aberdeen Airport and within easy reach of the City Centre.
The main mansion was built in 1750, and became a hotel in 1943 whilst the original House, which houses 6 of the hotels 20 bedrooms is known as 'Ha Hoose' and was built in 1750. Raemoir with its two magestic buildings became a hotel in 1943 - Beloved eversince by many from all over the world.
The Oval Ballroom is a uniquely beautiful room with victorian tapestried walls hung with 19th Century family portraits and gilt wood mirrors. The gentle light from the real log fire brings a beautiful relaxing atmosphere to the grand drawing room whilst at the other end of the house is the equally impressive Victorian paneled Dining room. Here 6 vast windows overlooking the front lawn flood the room with light making this one of the most enjoyed dining rooms in the Highlands. The cuisine has maintained an impressive 2AA rosettes for 5 years and has recently won a variety of accolades recognising excelent service too.


Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Stars
AA 3 Stars 78%
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21
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Cuisine: Scottish with French influences
Chef: Grant Walker
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
3 RAC Ribbons, RAC Blue Ribbon

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