Meldrum House Hotel
Meldrum House Country Hotel & Golf Course is nestled within a 240-acre estate in stunning Aberdeenshire countryside. Steeped in history, the 13th-century baronial country house guarantees unrivalled luxury. The hotel boasts 51 unique bedrooms, some with stunning views across the golf course and countryside beyond.
The Knights Course at Meldrum House Golf Club is a beautiful parkland layout, that hugs around the 800-year old hotel and beyond and measures just over 7,000 yards from the back tees. Designed by Graeme Webster, water comes into play at ten of the holes with the 11th hole, which is a Par 5, having 18 bunkers guarding the green. There is also a choice of 5 tee positions at each hole to ensure every kind of player enjoys the course. The practice facilities are also world-class and extend to 24 acres with a dozen target greens, short game area, latest video analysis and a driving range. The course has been ranked in the Top 100 Scottish courses by Golf World. The facilities also include a Clubhouse and Pro Shop plus expert tuition from Head Pro, Neil Marr who is ranked as one of Golf Monthly’s top 25 golf professionals.
Meldrum House Hotel boasts unique luxury bedrooms, all individually furnished and full of unique Scottish character. The warm furnishings and the stunning ballroom add to the traditional feel throughout the hotel, whilst the amenities offer a modern twist.
The Stables is the latest addition to Meldrum House with spacious king rooms, decorated in contemporary Scottish luxury and beautiful architectural features, including beams in the ceiling. All the amenities you would expect from the Maldron House main hotel come included with the room. For a more traditional experience, you could choose a Manor Master room which boasts a four-poster bed, original antique artefacts, and stunning views out across the estate. If you'd prefer a contemporary room, then the Estate rooms offer stunning décor, walk-in power showers, king-sized beds, and fantastic views, making them a great choice.
The Chain Lodge is perfect for a family/friends golf break. The private building is just a short walk from the hotel and comes with its own kitchen and lounge area. However, the drinks service remains the same as the hotel so you are being well looked after within the privacy of your own retreat.
Restaurant & Bars
For dining, there are multiple options. 1236 is open daily, serving Brunch, Lunch and Dinner in the award-winning Cave Bar. The focus is on informal and social small plate dining, inspired by ingredients that are local to the hotel. Pineapple Grill and Seafood is open from 6pm for dinner with views out to the golf course. Here you will find a relaxed and informal dining experience with a focus on fish and beef using some of the best local and trusted suppliers in Aberdeenshire. There is no dress code but booking is advisable prior to your stay.
Dine in the private atmospheric domes which provide the ultimate experience, from a Bluetooth music system to temperature control, to views across the course. Domes hold from 6 to 12 people and should be booked in advance. The hotel is also complemented by 2 bars - the Cave Bar which hosts over 120 whiskies alongside other drinks, and the Titan Sky Bar.
If you're looking for a private dining experience, Meldrum House is able to provide a private room and waiting team with a menu created from the Pineapple Grill and Seafood Restaurant.
Located 20-minutes North of Aberdeen, on the outskirts of Oldmeldrum.
On Site Activities
As well as being centrally located for many golf courses, including the famous Royal Aberdeen and Cruden Bay, Meldrum House also offers river fishing, clay-pigeon shooting and horse riding.
Meldrum House Golf Course
Designed by Graeme Webster, this course features a world-class Golf Academy and driving range that has the latest Trackman facilities. The Clubhouse includes a well-stocked Pro Shop, bar and restaurant. This layout is challenging for any kind of handicapper, due to the wide variety of tee boxes at each hole. Accuracy and precision is required to score well and many approach shots demand a good deal of nerve when attempting to carry the water guarding the greens.
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A hidden gem, well worth a visit on a golf break to Aberdeenshire.