We will also be operating a full bar service and our toilets will be open, cleaned regularly and subject to social distancing rules.
We are also planning to re-open the hotel from 15th July for stays and dining. You can book one of our new offers to entice you to stay, that you can see on this page – simply click on them for more details. For dining the bookings are now open on our EAT page and the menu is HERE.
Our Fox Box has been hugely popular. It will be open for 2 more weekends from Friday to Sunday this weekend and next. This weekend we will be serving our last BBQ along with salads, a selection of drinks and snacks on Friday and Saturday from 12 noon until 6pm and this Sunday will be our last Breakfast BBQ Special from 10.30am until 12 noon and then for lunch from 12 noon until 4pm. SEE OUR MENU HERE (Fox Box menu attached). We will open the Fox Box again on Friday 10thJuly to Sunday 12th July for lunch takeaways only from 12 noon until 6pm each day serving our yummy salads, ice-cream, strawberries and tray bakes.
On the weekend of Friday 10th through until Sunday 12th we will also be operating an outdoor bar every day from 12 noon until 6pm with beers, wines and prosecco. We’re also delighted to have teamed up with The Wandering Bartender for a brilliant special Cocktail Bar on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th only from 12 noon until 5pm for some rather cool cocktails. See the menu here.
We can’t wait to see the buzz of The Lodge back in action – see you very soon!!
All opening times are subject to Scottish Government guidelines.
You might call it a boutique hotel, you might call it a village-style retreat, you might even call it a country hideaway. Whichever; we call it The Lodge – and we think you’re going to like it.
Set in 12 acres, the River Dee is on our doorstep. There is so much to do and see in the surrounding area – shooting, fishing, walking, golf or simply just eating and relaxing. The Lodge is your back-to-nature bolt-hole with a little touch of luxury.
“The Lodge sits in splendid isolation on the riverbank just feet from the majestic River Dee. A full moon flooded The Feugh opposite with a glittering pathway of light which lit part of the Dee – magnificent”
Press and Journal
“Royal Deeside’s Banchory Lodge occupies a truly idyllic setting that’s hard to beat.”
Scotland on Sunday