Location: Aberdeen
Number of Rooms: 40

Dating back to 1225, Maryculter House is steeped in history and offers our apprentices the opportunity to work and train in one of the most beautiful hotels in the region. This 40-bed hotel sits in five acres on the banks of the River Dee and has private fishing rights for guests to make the most of the stunning location.

Inside, Maryculter House marries the traditional with more contemporary styling, including the Poachers’ Brasserie, which offers seasonal cuisine for both guests and non-residents.  Thanks to its spectacular setting and the warmth of its welcome, the hotel is also a popular venue for weddings and private functions. 

Staff development is at the heart of Maryculter House, with its management fostering a family feel to the running of the hotel. Apprentices are proactively encouraged and supported in their learning to ensure their skills as well as individual talents, can shine.

During their time at Maryculter House, apprentices will be able to spend quality time in each of its busy departments to learn how a country hotel functions. An apprenticeship at Maryculter House also offers participants wider experience, including weddings, private dining, corporate events and team building, fishing groups and leisure and business guests.


Hospitality Apprenticeship North East is delivered by Training Matters