Aberdeen dining & social
This 13th Century property offers a magnificent dining experience that will leave a lasting impression with guests. The castle is a breathtaking vision of turrets and towers with Raeburn portraits on the walls and wildfowl in its loch.
The castle can seat up to 120 guests for a delicious banquet dinner or host more than 180 for a corporate barbecue within its impressive grounds.
Visit the Fyvie Castle website for more information.
Maryculter House Hotel
Dine with the knights of the round-table and treat guests to a five-course medieval feast in the traditional surroundings of Maryculter vHouse. You can start your evening by taking your guests back in time with a glass of mead.
Maryculter House is located on the banks of the River Dee, overlooking the golf course of Peterculter. The hotel can accommodate small executive dinners for 10 seated guests, residential conferencing for 40 guests or a corporate barbecue for up to 160 guests.
To learn more visit the Marycutler House website.
Treat delegates to a unique culinary experience at Elphinstone Hall, a visually stunning venue situated on-campus at the University of Aberdeen.
Built in 1930, this flexible property lends itself to a wide selection of large events from dinner dances to business breakfasts.
With a capacity to host 200 for a sit-down dinner, Elphinstone Hall offers delegates the chance to enjoy some of the oldest oil canvas paintings in Scotland.
Visit the Elphinestone Hall website to discover more.