Georgian Room set up for a wedding

Raemoir House Hotel was voted Scotland's Country House Hotel in 2011 and 2012 which was a first for the Scottish Hotel Awards and testament to the effort the team put into offering the best of everything. Raemoir sits in 11 acres of secluded and completely private grounds with unique photo shoot opportunities and is only 25 minutes from Aberdeen. click here for more information...

afternoon tea

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Enjoy our homemade Cakes, Dessert 'Shots', Sandwiches and Scones, Cream and Jam with your choice from 15 different types of Teas, Coffee, Wine, Sherry or an indulgent glass of Champagne.

Exclusive Use

As the hotel comprises only 20 en suite bedrooms sleeping 36 people, it means Raemoir is very popular for exclusive use and ensures complete privacy in the house, the seclusion of the grounds and the use of all facilities for your event. In addition, our rural location offers guests the opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of Aberdeen, the energy capital of Europe.

We can arrange almost any event for you and are proud to be associated with BlueSky Experiences, an award-winning event management specialist based in Scotland with an impressive track record within their discipline. Their unique approach to event management in the UK has won them many loyal clients, not to mention a Chamber of Commerce Customer Service Award in recognition of their readiness to go that extra mile for clients.

As with Raemoir, BlueSky have an enviable reputation in outstanding customer care making them one of the UK’s leading event management companies.

So why not have BlueSky organise your team building, away day or corporate evening event at the Raemoir House Hotel?

Call us on 01330 824884 for further information


“As regular clients of Raemoir we have found it to be one of the very few places in the North East able to provide an exclusive venue opportunity at the same time offering a genuine Country House setting and experience. It’s hard to beat the seclusion, privacy and indulgence.”
GH, Aberdeen