Maryculter House Hotel is a 4 star Hotel nestled on the banks of the River Dee on the outskirts of Aberdeen. It has 40 bedrooms, 2 restaurants and 4 private dining rooms. The Hotel sits in 5 acres of woodland and lawns.
It has 40 bedrooms, a fine dining a la carte restaurant and a brasserie restaurant with superb views over the River Dee. It also offers private rooms for dining with open log fires. The Hotel sits in 5 acres of woodland and lawns. Parts of the Hotel date back to the thirteenth century and were build by the Knights Templar. One of its past owners was one of few male survivors of the Titanic. It has been indepentantly owned by a local family since 1988.