Thainstone House Reveals Valentine's Menu Worth Dining Out On

Thainstone House Hotel, located in the picturesque town of Inverurie, has curated the perfect Valentine’s Day menu for those looking to spoil their loved ones.

The 18th-century country house, part of the Crerar Hotels group, is offering couples the opportunity to indulge in fine dining in the AA Rosette awarded Green Lady Restaurant.

Hotel guests and locals can pre-book a table for Valentine’s Day weekend and enjoy canapés and fizz on arrival with a trio of choices for starters, mains and desserts with coffee and shortbread to complete the meal.

Diners will fall in love with the menu on offer – featuring pan roasted Scottish rack of lamb and pan seared north Atlantic halibut alongside sumptuous puddings like Madagascan vanilla crème brûlée or the classic Thainstone House cheeseboard, – among others.

Couples can continue their celebrations in Stockman’s Bar, sampling the very best local craft brews and whiskies or the hotel’s long list of popular spirits and wines.

Scott McDonald, General Manager of Thainstone House, said: “The Green Lady Restaurant is the epitome of fine dining, so it is the ideal place to celebrate this Valentine’s Day.

“Just like the hotel, the restaurant is full of elegant period details with sophisticated modern touches making it the perfect backdrop for a romantic evening, along with quality food inspired by the region.

“The Green Lady Restaurant offers scenic views of woods and parklands which makes it feel like you are in the middle of the country, yet its proximity to Aberdeen city centre, makes it perfect for those looking for somewhere different to dine outside of the city.”

The specially curated Valentine’s Day menu is priced at £50 per person, and is available to pre-book for Saturday 12th, Sunday 13th and Monday 14th February. To view the menu or book a table, please visit or call 01467 20621643.

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