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About this property

Dog-friendly Thainstone House hotel is an 18th-century grand family mansion that has been transformed into a super comfortable country house hotel in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. Set in 44 acres of private  rolling  parkland - your dog will love all the space there is to run around and explore. Period details blend with modern touches with afternoon tea in the Drawing Room hinting of bygone days. Regional flavours influence the menu in The Green Lady restaurant, with local ales and malts are available in the dog-friendly Stockman’s Bar. Thainstone’s leisure club also offers a 13-metre swimming pool, Jacuzzi and air-conditioned gym with a cardio theatre and a host of resistance equipment. An outdoor oak-barrel sauna and hot tub provide post-workout zones. Jogging routes in the house grounds offer the fresh air whilst you exercise.

Dine with Your Dog

You can dine with your dog in the dog-friendly Stockman’s Bar or if you would rather dine in the Green Lady restaurant then you can leave your dog in your room to relax after a busy day or sightseeing and doggie walks.

Bow wow factor

Must be the 44 acres of parkland that your dog can explore and the dog-friendly atmosphere the hotel offers plus beautiful beaches and country parks close by.

Need to know

Spa Breaks
Spa Breaks
Fitness Centre
Fitness Centre
Garden Or Patio
Garden Or Patio
Restaurant
Restaurant
Rural
Rural
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
WiFi
WiFi

Bedrooms & Suites

The dog-friendly rooms at the hotel include doubles and twins, classic king and deluxe rooms. Each room has its own particular charm, reflecting and celebrating its architectural traits. Paintings and fabrics echo Highland tones and textures. From the softest bed linen to Scottish bathroom products, the hotel has carefully considered every detail for a comfortable and relaxed stay. The spirit of Scotland inspires everything right down to the traditional Tunnocks tea cakes in all the rooms.

Classic Double or Twin Rooms

Double or Twin bed, en-suite facilities with complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee tray, hairdryer, freeview TV, free Wi-Fi, desk and chairs.
Accommodates

2 adults   2 pets  

Classic King Rooms

King bed, en-suite facilities, TV, Wi-Fi, toiletries, tea and coffee tray, hairdryer, desk and chairs.
Accommodates

2 adults   2 pets  

Classic Double

Double bed, en-suite facilities with complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee tray, hairdryer, freeview TV, free Wi-Fi, desk and chairs.
Accommodates

2 adults   2 pets  

Petite Double

Smaller double room perfect for single travellers or two people for a short stay, Double bed, en-suite facilities with complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee tray, hairdryer, freeview TV, desk and chairs.
Accommodates

2 adults   2 pets  

Classic Large Twin Room

Twin beds, en-suite facilities with complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee tray, hairdryer, freeview TV, free Wi-Fi, desk and chairs.
Accommodates

2 adults   2 pets  

Deluxe King Room

None

Dog-Friendly Nearby

Bennachie Hill is great for dog walking with four main routes up the hill and magical views when you get to the top. Also visit dog-friendly Haddo House and Country Park where dogs are welcome in the park. There is a dedicated secure dog park for them to run around in, and an outdoor dog agility trail for you to try. You should also take your dog to the Run free dog field in Inverurie. The two fields are about 500m apart and out of sight of each other. The North field is visible from North Street whilst the East field is located down the road opposite the North field and clearly signposted. Also visit dog-friendly Balmedie beach, a beautiful beach with sand dunes and plenty of space to play.

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