Norwood Hall Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNorwood Hall Hotel Aberdeen
We were planning weekend break with my sister and husband during out visit from Australia. My sister found that there was a great deal going on laterooms.com - 99 pounds per couple for dinner, bed and breakfast. The hotel is absolutely gorgeous, the grounds are beautiful and inside is lke stepping back in time - open fireplaces, sumptuous sofas, majestic staircase, carved wooden ceilings, tapestry covered walls....and the bedooms in the new wing are large and very nicely fitted out. The staff were delightful and the food - particularly the dinner was first class. This was our first visit but my sister and husband had been here last year and had an equally enjoyable experience.
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