Ideal for the River Dee, River Don, Trout lochs near Aberdeen
Raemoir House is one of the most beautiful hotels in the Highlands. Located near the River Dee, it is the perfect venue for guests looking to fish in Aberdeenshire. This luxurious property may also be booked exclusively for small groups.
Raemoir House is a family run 4-star country house set in 14 acres of secluded and stunning grounds with its own helipad. Spacious guest rooms and public spaces are adorned with many period features and offer a warm Scottish welcome. Raemoir has the feel of a home from home with a relaxed vibe rather than that of a hotel ensuring guests have an entirely relaxed experience. A fantastic bar with its hand-carved frontage, large fish on the walls and fishing memorabilia add to the atmosphere. It’s a great setting to discuss the one that got away or not, while enjoying one of the fine selection of Scottish Whiskies!
Exclusive use near the River Dee, Aberdeen
Raemoir is available for exclusive use. A helicopter landing pad in the garden could Talented head chef Ethan Forsyth is happy to prepare any fish you catch as well as ensuring foodies are delighted with the innovative flavours and dishes made with locally sourced and foraged produce.
The wi-fi in the hotel has been upgraded to a dedicated satellite system, offering reliability and good speed enabling you to post some great pictures of your catch!
Should you choose to stay at Raemoir, you have much to see in the surrounding area including Crathes Castle, Royal Deeside, Whisky Distilleries, great local golf courses, shooting and a wealth of fishing opportunities. The River Dee is only 20 minutes from the hotel and Aberdeen with all its transports links is just a short drive away.
- 18 en-suite guest rooms
- Visit Scotland 4 star
- Rising star chef Ethan Forsyth
- Pine-panelled Sitting Room
- The Big Fish Bar
- Garden Room (capacity up to 16)
- Oval Ballroom (capacity up to 40)
- Georgian Room (capacity up to 70)
- 17 acres of grounds ideal for outdoor activities
- 17 miles from Aberdeen, 20 minutes from the River Dee