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Thainstone House Hotel
Thainstone House Hotel
Thainstone House Hotel,
Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 5NT
United Kingdom

Hotel Spa

Thainstone House Hotel
Thainstone House Hotel,
Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 5NT
United Kingdom

Opening hours

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Accepts online bookings

    Online bookings let you pick date/time for your visit.

  • Accepts eVouchers

    If you purchase an eVoucher you will need to book with the venue directly.

Thainstone House Hotel part of Crerar Hotels

Thainstone House's leisure club in Inverurie, is open to both hotel residents and local members.

Relax during your stay in the heated indoor swimming pool that is great for a relaxing swim, with the hot tub providing an additional, calming retreat. The sauna and steam room are ideal for soothing those muscles after a session in our well-equipped gym.

Our beauty therapists provide a variety of luxury Elemis spa and beauty treatments from full body massage to cleansing facials and pampering manicures and pedicures. Our treatment rooms are situated to the left of the swimming pool if you enter the club from the lower gallery of the hotel.

Sitting resplendent in acres of private garden and lush meadowland, Thainstone House Hotel has been lovingly designed to provide superb levels of hospitality. In the very heart of rural Aberdeenshire in the beautiful countryside of Inverurie, and close by to towns such as Ellon and Huntly, you find yourself in an oasis of tranquillity, a majestic Palladian mansion where you can relax as our friendly staff make you feel immediately at home.

Thainstone House offers an impressive history; in the 18th century, the Jacobites put Thainstone to torch, however James Wilson of Thainstone escaped the fire and fled to America, where he later put his name to the American Declaration of Independence.

Under new ownership in the 19th century, the present mansion was redesigned by renowned architect Archibald Simpson, who was responsible for shaping much of the present day city of Aberdeen.

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2.6

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  • Steam and Sauna Therapy (1)
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Verified review Visited April 2016
Posted 3 months ago
Hotel & dining experiences were quite excellent. Would highly recommend the 6 course tasting dinner: a very comprehensive and well priced wine list available. Very good breakfast menu. Unfortunately the spa experience was very disappointing. Lockers in the changing room were few in number and the locks did not function; as a result we opted not to use the swimming, sauna & jacuzzi due to the inability to leave personal possessions in a secure manner (by this point we had checked out of our hotel rooms from the previous night and on our person had handbags with purses, c cards, phones, ebooks, etc). Our booking had been for body massage with body wraps - wrap was not available as they were "out of stock" of these materials. We were only advised of this issue on entry to the treatment room despite many earlier opportunities to share this information with us and allow us time to consider available options. Substitute full body massage was carried out well.The "relax area" consists of 2 uncomfortable basket chairs in a darkened alcove with loud, spa style music - most certainly not a relaxing experience. The absence of secure lockers is one of major concern to me and could very easily and cheaply be addressed by the hotel. I would be more than happy stay and eat in this hotel again but would have no interest in a further spa experience as it currently stands - obviously from what is a fairly expensive spa option we had limited use.

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Verified review Visited April 2015
Posted 1 year ago
I booked a hot stones therapy but when I arrived was told none of the staff present that day were able to supply this treatment and would I mind having a different massage without stones. I complied and the massage was ok, not the best I've had though. Staff were polite and did their best.

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Verified review Visited December 2013
Posted 2 years ago
Hmmm... this sounded like a good value deal, but the spa definitely is in need of some TLC The changing room facilities were old fashioned and shabby looking, and the temperature of the changing area was much too cold for comfort. The equipment in the gym was very out of date, and the pool is a bit on the small side. The sauna and steam were ok though, and nice powerful showers. Lovely lunch in the fantastic drawing room next to a roaring log fire, though!

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