11 mi from Inverurie
11 mi from InverurieShow Map
Inspired by the royal residence of Balmoral Castle, a few miles upstream, this 4 Star 19th Century mansion house offering 120 en suite rooms is situated 3 miles outside the city centre of Aberdeen, in 30 acres of countryside. Ideal for shopping, theatres, scenic walks and Balmoral Castle. Meetings suite for up to 500 guests, Blairs Restaurant, Soapies Lounge Bar, pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, tennis courts, fully equipped gym, aerobics studio, state of the art beauty salons and 24hr room service.
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.