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£20 instead of £40 for afternoon tea for two or £30 instead of £60 to add a glass of Moët & Chandon Imperial Champagne each at 2 AA Rosette-awarded 4* Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel – save up to 50%
- Afternoon tea for two with optional glass of Moët & Chandon Imperial Champagne each
- Enjoy a selection of sandwiches, homemade scones and sweet treats with tea or coffee
- Stunning 4* Victorian building set amongst 7 acres of beautiful grounds
- Proud winners of two AA Rosettes
- Peaceful location just 10 minutes from the City Centre
- Valid 7 days
Enjoy a delicious spread with Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel’s afternoon tea! You and a lucky chum will start off with a selection of fresh finger sandwiches, followed by fluffy scones with clotted cream and strawberry preserve. You’ll then move on to sweet treats including glazed pastries and cakes, all washed down with your choice of tea or coffee, and if you’re feeling fancy, a chilled glass of Champagne each – perfect!
A truly magnificent 19th century Victorian mansion, 4* Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel exudes character and charm with roaring log fires, sweeping staircases and magnificent interior design, surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
Set in seven acres of secluded gardens and woodlands this gorgeous hotel is the ideal place to spend an afternoon. It’s located just 10 minutes from Aberdeen City Centre and makes the ideal escape from the city.
“Lovely way to spend a Sunday afternoon, staff very friendly and attentive.”
“Everything about our afternoon tea was excellent. All staff were pleasant and attentive with nothing being too much trouble. Our tea and coffee was topped up as often as we needed. The food was first class and the selection and presentation was excellent.”
“Nothing could be improved. Norwood Hall is such a beautiful hotel in superb surroundings. The minute you walk in to a crackling log fire and a smiling receptionist you feel pampered! The tea was excellent and we all had such a lovely afternoon. Thank you Norwood Hall and itison!”