The main house was built in 1817 but extensively developed in the Victorian age. The hotel is constructed from the traditional and typical Aberdeenshire granite that is so famously bright in the sunlight that Aberdeen is known as the Silver City. The tree-lined drive opens out to reveal 10 acres of lawn and parkland, making the hotel an ideal retreat for guests holidaying with dogs. Aberdeen has the busiest civilian heliport in the world, which is well used and always exciting to see. In addition to the 14 bedrooms in the main house, there are a further 6 located in the even older building known as the Ha' Hoose. This grade 1 listed building dates back to 1715. The country house offers 20 guest rooms in total and facilities include a lobby, bar, restaurant and car park.
Each room comes equipped with an en suite bathroom with shower and hairdryer, as well as a direct dial telephone, satellite TV and tea and coffee making facilities.