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Banchory Lodge

GIFT EXPERIENCES

The perfect gift for any occasion

Lunch for two with a glass of wine
Includes two course lunch with coffee and a glass of house wine (175ml)
​​​​​​​£55.00
Dinner for two with a bottle of wine
Includes three course dinner with coffee and a bottle of house wine
​​​​​​​£80.00
Afternoon Tea
Includes a selection of sandwiches, homemade scones with cream and jam and a selection of homemade cakes served with a selection of herbal and fruit teas or coffee
​​​​​​​£10.50
Include a glass of Prosecco or a cocktail
​​​​​​​£5.00

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Includes three course dinner with coffee, overnight accommodation in a river view room and full Scottish breakfast
Based on two people sharing a twin or double room

​​​​​​​£150.00
Enhance your gift with these additional options:
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Bottle House Wine £16.95​​​​​​​
Prosecco, Le Colture, Treviso, Italy £24.50
Champagne Delamotte, Brut, Le Mesnil sur Oher, nv ​​​​​​​£45.00

Vouchers are also available in any monetary value

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Banchory Lodge

A history of Banchory Lodge

Banchory Lodge stands on a site steeped in ancient history and each and every one of the Georgian mansions rooms has a story to tell.

Around 1,400 years ago, St Teman, one of the earliest recorded pilgrims of Christian faith in Scotland, established his monastery very close to the site of the hotel. The early Celtic church was famous for the emphasis which it laid on hospitality – a tradition which continues today in Banchory Lodge.

Before the bridge over the River Dee was built in 1798, drovers, peddlers and chance travellers would use the ford to cross close to the Coble Heugh Inn. The ford was operated by the ferryman, the keeper of the Coble, a large shallow boat.

In the early 1800s the Coble Inn was incorporated into a new mansion house and renamed Banchory Lodge. It was the home of General William Burnett, brother of Robert Burnett of Leys, 7th Baronet of Crathes. The general dies unmarried in 1839 and the Scolty Tower was erected in his memory by friends and tenants in 1842.

Thomas Bentinck was the last occupant of Banchory Lodge. In 1936, he converted the mansion house into a comfortable hotel, which for a short time during the Second World War, served as an Officers’ Mess for the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders stationed in Banchory.

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Banchory Lodge History

History

Banchory Lodge has a story to tell,
rich in memories & fascinating history...

Banchory Lodge stands on a site steeped in ancient history and each one of the Georgian mansion’s many unique features has a story to tell.

Around 1,400 years ago, St Teman, one of the earliest recorded pilgrims of Christian faith in Scotland, established his monastery very close to the site of the hotel. The early Celtic church was famous for the emphasis which it laid on hospitality – a tradition which continues today in Banchory Lodge.

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