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Meldrum House Country Hotel & Golf Course, Oldmeldrum

, Oldmeldrum, AB510AE, UK

Guest Reviews

Overall Guest Rating

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Stayed 8th May 2016

I loved this hotel from the minute I laid eyes on it. With a medieval looking manor house complete with turrets that Rapunzel would have coveted, it is in the most tranquil and beautiful country setting in Aberdeenshire. The rooms are elegant, the bathrooms fabulous, and the service impeccable. Have a glass of champagne of whisky in the incredible and ancient cave bar before dinner... just amazing. I was sad to have only 1 night at Meldrum- way too short.

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Stayed 11th May 2016

hat a find this hotel is. Was in stable room - large comfortable and peaceful. The staff are ver professional, friendly and helpful. Such a restful and relaxing hotel. The new ballroom and rooms are being constructed - look forward to seeing the completed project

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Stayed 9th May 2016

When a business colleague suggested meeting at Meldrum House for dinner I decided to make the most of it and stay the night . Upon arrival ( up the charming drive way giving views of the Aberdeenshire countryside) the front door leads you straight to reception , I had estimated the time of my arrival , my room key was waiting for me and I was shown directly to my room up the stairs of the main house . I was pleasantly surprised at the size of the room with a king bed as its centrepiece . Nice touches such as a small carafe of whiskey and some home made ge were on offer compliments of the house - a most welcome treat prior to dinner. The bathroom was also well appointed and although not a fan of "over shower baths" I have to say this one wasn't bad . So on to dinner , first for an aperitif in the cave bar - a reasonable tail menu was complimented by a choice of whiskey's the atmosphere was 'cosy' and with a slightly noisier party beside us we opted to drink up and make our way to the dinning room. We found the wine list was also reasonably comprehensive so from this a fine bottle of red was selected and served at just the right temperature . Unfortunately I can't say the meal was a stand out - no particular issues but nothing jumped out at us , however the steak was very good ( as it should be - Aberdeenshire is the home of best quality beef!!) . A good nights sleep was followed by an excellent breakfast and given that I have paid more to stay at a Travelodge the B&B rate here was very reasonable , I would happily use this hotel again for business or indeed leisure .