Maryculter House

Afternoon Tea and Knights Templar Experience in Aberdeenshire

Save 30% off Afternoon Tea in the Great Hall at Maryculter House

Overview

Maryculter House is one of the most famous and historic hotels in Aberdeen located on the banks of the River Dee and overlooking the Golf Course of Peterculter.

A 4 Star luxury hotel with a classic reputation for hospitality, from the building’s founding in 1225 by the Knights Templar, this location has been offering hospitality to travellers from far and wide for many years.

The Templar were a French Knights order, that banded together to escort and protect Christian pilgrims crossing Judea on their way to the Holy Land during the time of the Great Crusades.

Men of faith, inspired with a love of God and the Church. The Order of the Knights Templar were granted part of the land of Maryculter, by King William the Lion in 1187.

Steeped in history Maryculter House, boasts beautiful original features and an atmosphere to match.

The oldest part of the hotel dates back to the time of St. John which is the present day’s “Great Hall”


Normal Price £22 pp

Maryculter House Hotel, South Deeside Road, Maryculter, Aberdeen. AB12 5GB

Hotel open all year round. 

Afternoon Tea served 2 – 4.30 pm Mon – Sat.

 

Northern Highlights Discounted Sightseeing Pass Offer:

30% off Afternoon Tea with Knights Templar Gin in the Great Hall

Enjoy a 4 star Afternoon Tea served up with a special Knights Templars Gin and Tonic.

Soak up the history and atmosphere of the Great Hall, while enjoying a delicious afternoon tea and special Knights Templar Gin and Tonic.

Classed as a special afternoon tea, the normal cost of this would be £22.

Use your Pass to get 30% off and pay only £15 for this offer.

A drivers pack of Knights Templars Gin & Tonic will be provided for the driver in your party if required.

Pre booking is required and can be made by calling the Hotel direct 01224 732124 or by emailing reception on [email protected] Please quote your Pass code when your booking.

 

Please note you can not use The Northern Highlights Pass in conjunction with any other offer.

"To find a house that had been continually occupied since 1225 and with such a history is amazing!"...

J Sutcliffe, TripAdvisor Review