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Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Banchory Lodge Hotel is a beautiful Scottish country hideaway hotel situated next to the River Dee and surrounded by the stunning countryside of Royal Deeside.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 28
Parking Spaces: 40
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Banchory Lodge Hotel in Banchory is set amongst 12 acres of beautiful Highland countryside with the added bonus of the River Dee is on its doorstep. There is so much to do and see in the surrounding area – shooting, fishing, walking and golf or simply just eating and relaxing. The Lodge Hotel is the perfect highland escape hotel with a little touch of luxury.
Each of the 28 en-suite bedrooms have been individually designed and styled. While each room has its own personality they all have comfy beds and crisp linen to ensure you get a good night’s sleep. Many of the bedrooms have views over the River Dee and some also have the benefit of a patio out to the hotels terrace.
The dining areas at our Banchory Hotel are everything you could hope for in a gorgeous setting. It’s relaxed and inviting with stunning views to the River Dee and countryside beyond.
The Banchory Lodge Hotel in Banchory offers late deals and special offers throughout the year.
After a long day, kick off your shoes and put your feet up. Relax, enjoy and let the team of friendly and attentive staff take care of you.
Banchory Lodge Hotel features a number of different bedrooms for every mood. Some have period features and patios out to the terrace and some have stunning views out to the river. Whether you want traditional, cosy, rustic or even a four-poster, there’s a room waiting for you.
Bar & Restaurant
The chef at Banchory Lodge tries to champion local suppliers and produce wherever possible. The meat used can be traced back to the farm it came from. The menu changes seasonally and is available in the bar or restaurant.
Sunday Brunch is an all-day affair. With a choice of roasts served with all the trimmings, haddock and chips and a full Scottish breakfast on offer, it’s perfect for a lazy day.
Enjoy a pre-dinner or post dinner drink in the new bar.
DINING AT BANCHORY LODGE
BREAKFAST Served: Monday to Friday from 7am to 10am Saturday & Sunday from 8am to 10am Room service is available during these times, a £5.00 tray supplement applies
BRUNCH Served each Sunday from 11:00am to 4:00pm
LUNCH Served Monday to Saturday from 12noon to 2pm In addition our Soup & Sandwich menu is available daily from 12noon to 5pm
AFTERNOON TEA Served daily from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
DINNER Served daily Monday to Sunday from 6pm to 9pm
ROOM SERVICE Served from 12pm – 9pm.
Directions to Banchory Lodge Hotel in Banchory
Directions: From Aberdeen: Drive along the A93 to Banchory. At the second set of traffic lights, turn left off A93 (Station Road) onto Dee Street. Drive approximately 300 yards, turn left after the Banchory Lodge Hotel sign and follow the long driveway into the Lodge.
From Stonehaven: Follow the Slug Road A957 until you cross the bridge over the Dee at Crathes Junction, turn left and follow the A93 to Banchory. After reaching Banchory turn left at the second set of traffic lights on to Dee Street and then left after Banchory Lodge Hotel sign.
Stagecoach services 201, 202 + 203 run along the North Deeside Road at regular intervals, the current time tables are available at Reception.
Hotel Notice Board
Pet Friendly Rooms are the Terrace Room ONLY.
Banchory Lodge is perfectly positioned for exploring Royal Deeside at its very best.
Banchory is the gateway to Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms, Scotland’s only National Park. The clean air of Deeside has long been a draw coupled with its stunning scenery.
Of course there is a strong Royal connection with Royal Deeside. The royal family have holidayed at Balmoral and Birkhall since the mid 19th-century. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert often travelled by royal carriage to Balmoral Castle along the Deeside Railway line, now a popular footpath close to the hotel.
The Banchory Lodge sits on the banks of one of the world’s greatest salmon rivers, the River Dee. With its enviable location you can fish right in front of the hotel where the famous Dee and its tributary The Feugh meet.
Fishing can be arranged in front of the hotel with Banchory Fishing. The hotel has rod box facility for storage overnight.
For more information on fishing locally in Royal Deeside simply log onto www.fishdee.co.uk
Grouse shooting and deer stalking is a huge hit in Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms where there is a wealth of sporting estates and woodland.
We recommend Fasque and Glendye Estate, as the Fasque side of the hill is one of the largest scale shoots in Scotland. They offer high quality driven or walked-shooting that can be tailored to the requirements of a party. Many of the drives are on high slopes with spectacular views across the east coast of Scotland. The estate supports pheasant, grouse, partridge, duck and ptarmigan as well as roe deer stalking which is offered in season. For more information simply log onto www.fasqueandglendye.com
With a plethora of top quality golf courses in and around Aberdeen and Grampian you might be struggling to choose where to play.
Staying at the hotel in the heart of Royal Deeside, offers you the chance to play several scenic courses with a couple situated beside the River Dee.
Two minutes from Banchory Lodge is Banchory Golf Course, famed for being the course where Paul Lawrie turned Professional and started his illustrious career. Along the road is Aboyne Golf Club with beautiful scenery or for those just wanting nine holes there is Inchmarlo Golf Centre, which also boasts a driving range. Further up near Balmoral is Ballater Golf Course in the most wonderful setting and surrounded by a circle of hills where you can even see Lochnagar.