All Places in Aberdeenshire
- Hoseasons St Cyrus Park is superbly located between the thriving city of Aberdeen and the traditional fishing town of Montrose these caravans are set amidst beautifully landscaped gardens boasting scenic views across the countryside and coast. Enjoy plenty of fresh air while you stroll along miles of unspoilt sandy beaches and a dramatic coastline dotted with welcoming picturesque little fishing villages. Further north you have a wealth of wonders to explore the breathtaking landscape of the Scottish Highlands. The park is ideal for both families and couples looking to get away to relax amidst stunning scenery. If you’re seeking a more active break you are surrounded by an abundance of activities in the local area such as fishing golf and cycling. Two and three bedroom caravans well equipped with modern and stylish interiors.Flat screen TV/DVD Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer Shower Bed linen and duvets Additional sleeping for two in the lounge area Double glazed Gas and electricity included Travel cots and highchairs available for hire Group bookings may be subject to restrictions Pets £20pw each (in specific Oak 2 Caravans only) All non-smoking accommodation
- Norwood Hall Hotel was built in 1881 on the site of the 15th Century Pitfodels Castle, offering guests the best in breathtaking Scottish scenery and fine facilities. Conveniently located within easy reach of the historic city centre, Norwood hall Hotel in Aberdeen is a popular choice for anyone visiting Aberdeen on holiday, business or to attend family events such as wedding receptions. This Aberdeen hotel is a perfect venue for celebrations, events and conferences – Norwood Hall Hotel boasts superb guest accommodation and stylish meeting and function rooms, plus breathtaking gardens and surrounding woodland. Norwood Hall Hotel makes an ideal base for country adventures. Roam the beautiful Scottish countryside and marvel in the glorious scenery the Aberdeen area has to offer. And once you’ve finished exploring, we recommend a visit to our fabulous Tapestry Restaurant to sample some of the fine fare on offer.
- The GlenDronach Distiller was founded in 1826, located in the valley of Forgue in Aberdeenshire, takes its name from the Dronac burn which is the distillery’s water source. The GlenDronach Distillery has a Visitor Centre and gift shop, with guided tours running regularly throughout the day. Opening times vary during the year and during August the distillery is silent but this allows access to some areas not allowed when operational.
- Castle Fraser was built in 1575 and is one of the grandest of the Scottish baronial tower houses. The present castle contains an evocative Great Hall, fine furniture and many Fraser family portraits. There are fantastic views of Bennachie from the top of the tower and you can walk through the beautiful gardens including the walled garden and woodland. The castle has its own secrets like the Laird’s Lug, a spy hole, a wooden leg and hidden trapdoors in the floor to secret staircases! Homemade treats and lunches are baked in the traditional Victorian kitchen and there is a shop for souvenirs and dogs are welcome in the grounds. The children’s Woodland Secrets play area is an enchanting wooded area with a tepee, bamboo snake walk, giant xylophone and lots of other areas for children to hide and climb. The whole children’s area is built from natural materials and is therefore very environmentally friendly. There is access to this area by wheelchairs and pushchairs. The scented walled garden is accessible by wheelchairs or pushchairs. Printed room guides are available. The ground floor of the castle is accessible by wheelchairs and pushchairs, and although the rest of the castle is not accessible there is a detailed photo album in the reception area where visitors can look at the upper-floor rooms in more detail. There are disabled toilets in the courtyard near the shop and tearoom, which are accessible for both pushchairs and wheelchairs. Disabled parking is available near the front of the castle. The castle is open daily all year round.