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Guide To Holidaying In Aberdeenshire

A guide by Tasha Sewell

Aberdeenshire The Granite City, The Flower of Scotland, The Silver City by the Golden Sand, Aberdeen wears its titles with pride. A prosperous cosmopolitan city, with a historical old town, Aberdeen has one of Scotland's most striking skylines. Here is a quintessentially northern city, whose granite makes buildings sparkle after rain; whose outlook is across the seas rather than to the Central sector; and whose speech retains the Scots individuality as part of normal everyday life.

Aberdeen has won the 'Britain in Bloom' competition many times and has taken its floral pulling power on to the European stage. The statistics are all there: two million roses, eleven million daffodils, and three million crocuses.

The granite buildings such as Marishal College, His Majesty's Theatre and St. Machar's Cathedral give the city its distinctive look, whilst historical Old Aberdeen and the fishing village of Footdee, have an incredible air of time gone by.

Where other cities resort to grass, Aberdeen employs petal-power. One top attraction is the Winter Gardens in the Duthie Park, home to the stunning Rose Mountain. Even in the depths of winter, the 'Winter' Gardens provide colour and scent. At two, it provides what some say is the largest greenhouse in Europe!

The City of Aberdeen with a proud and fascinating history presents a modern cosmopolitan image to visitors. A thriving cultural calendar, lively theatre, and vibrant nightlife, along with excellent restaurants and attractions makes Aberdeen an energising city break choice.

Fill your days with long walks around the castles and towns, try some of the native foods for lunch and experience the religion, history and culture of Scotland.

Find A Bed And Breakfast In Aberdeenshire

Pond View

Pond View

Peterhead. From £45 per week

Pond View is a modern bungalow with a wonderful view of the Aberdeenshire countryside.

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Kirkton Park Bed And Breakfast

Kirkton Park Bed And Breakfast

Inverurie. From £0 per week

A family home with 2 twin rooms to offer close to the slopes of Bennachie - from the summit on a clear day the outskirts of Aberdeen can be seen.

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Eastburn

Eastburn

Aberdeenshire. From £650 per week

Eastburn Cottage Eastburn Cottage is located in the Cairngorms National Park in the beautiful and tranquil Glenbuchat. Built for an estate carpenter in 1904, the house has been recently upgraded and modernised to provide spacious, comfortable, accommodation for up to 6 people.

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