Would just like to thank George and his staff for making our stay on Saturday 4th February another memorable one. We have been here on quite a few occasions including our wedding two years ago, so we decided to go there for my husband Dave's birthday. Met by George, he lead us through to the bar to have a drink whilst checking out the menu. I couldn't make up my mind, so I asked George if there were any specials and there was lamb for the main course, that was it decided. Both Dave and my starters were excellent. He had the parsnip and pear soup, which I tasted, mmmmmm. I even asked George to check with the chef what was in it! I had the seafood pot with Thermidor sauce, wow wow wow. Absolutely packed of prawns, salmon, mussels and crayfish. Yum. Only thing I would have served a nice bit of rustic grainy bread instead of the ciabatta but it certainly didn't spoil my starter. My lamb was just melt in the mouth and fantastic veggies just done to a t. Dave had the fish and it was lovely too. He couldn't eat any more, I however couldn't resist the cheeseboard. Lovely. All washed down with a lovely bottle of wine. Price is good too. Might be slightly dearer than your pub grub, but so worth it to get something different from the usual Aberdeen food.
Then unknown to me, Dave had arranged with George earlier to stay the night. So we stayed in one of the lovely newly furbished bedrooms and the shower, amazing. Only wee thing, maybe update the bed and pillows, not the most comfy, but certainly did not dampen our stay. Breakfast lovely, buffet starter, then you choose what you want from the hot menu. Its never a problem if you want more coffee and toast as well. Can't wait to go again.
Louise and Dave, Bridge of Don
All the rooms are nice but possibly ask for one of the refurbished ones, the bathrooms and showers a...
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