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Bennachie Lodge Hotel
Victoria Terrace
Kemnay

Inverurie
Grampian

AB51 5RL | View map
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Bennachie Lodge Hotel was originally a Manse built to accompany Kemnay Church in the late 1700's before it was converted into a hotel in 1971. Since acquiring the hotel in February 2009, the new proprietors Norah and Peter have begun an extensive programme of redesign and refurbishment throughout the hotel to provide the highest levels of excellence and comfort while retaining the hotel's traditional character, charm and appearance.Bennachie Lodge Hotel has eight beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms each offering complimentary wireless broadband connection, flatscreen digital television, mini fridge, hairdryer, Highland Aromatics toiletries and hospitality tray which includes Dean's shortbread fingers. Guests can take advantage of complimentary parking and are welcome to spend time in the hotel's mature, sheltered garden and grounds.If you feel like easing into your visit then you might want to enjoy a quiet drink in the relaxing atmosphere of the hotel's tastefully furnished bar.

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