Alford

Alford is a good sign for carnivores home of the Aberdeen Angus breed, a small town in agricultural country with a wealth of local attractions in and around it... Read More

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Hotels in Alford - 4 places to stay

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Kildrummy Castle Hotel

Kildrummy Castle Hotel
Converted Victorian mansion house set in peaceful rural location, amidst acres of gardens and woodland, retaining turn-of-the-century interior - wall tapestries, oak panelling. Some rooms with Kingsize or Four-Poster beds. Nearby 20 golf courses, horse ... More | Double Room: 80 - 95 | visit website
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The Forbes Arms Hotel

Bridge of Alford is a small country village nestling in the Vale of Alford on the banks of the River Don and is surrounded by the Hills of Bennarchie and Coreen. Despite this tranquility, the ... More | visit website
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Kildrummy Inn

Kildrummy Inn
A traditional Inn with unmistakable charm, character, decor and ambience will remind you of our rural location in The Scottish Grampian Highlands. Tranquil settings, excellent cuisine using local suppliers & produce along with true Scottish ... More | visit website

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Pittodrie House Hotel (9.01 miles)

Pittodrie House Hotel

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A 17th Century family house built on 15th century foundations, Pittodrie House is one of the most historic hotels in Scotland, set in a 2400 acre country estate. Pittodrie Estate is ... More

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The Commercial Hotel (9.34 miles)

The Commercial Hotel
Sitting in the quaint village of Tarland in the heart of The Howe O' Cromar on Royal Deeside you will find a hidden gem - The Commercial Hotel. A former 18th century coaching inn The ... More | visit website
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Aberdeen Arms Hotel (9.34 miles)

Aberdeen Arms Hotel
The Aberdeen Arms Rooms are being operated as self catering hotel rooms with budget prices. There is a choice of 4 large double or family en-suite rooms available. All are recently refurbished and offer en-suite ... More | visit website
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Burnett Arms Hotel (9.60 miles)

Burnett Arms Hotel

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A family run style hotel, only 20 minutes from Aberdeen city centre and 15 minutes from the airport.Excelent location for both business and tourist guests with various castles, country persuits ... More

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Bennachie Lodge Hotel (9.99 miles)

Bennachie Lodge Hotel

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Bennachie Lodge Hotel was originally a Manse built to accompany Kemnay Church in the late 1700's before it was converted into a hotel in 1971. Since acquiring the hotel in ... More

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The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne (10.51 miles)

The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne
Everyone needs to retreat and welcome the simple joys back into life. There are few better places to do just that than at The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne 55 acres of the ... More | visit website
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Tigh na Geald (11.40 miles)

Tigh na Geald
Tigh na Geald - or House on the Hill is a beautiful Victorian house overlooking the village green in the centre of Aboyne on Royal Deeside. With Aberdeen and Balmoral only 30 minutes away on ... More | visit website
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Huntly Arms Hotel (11.45 miles)

Huntly Arms Hotel

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Frist built in 1432, this hotel is probably the oldest coachin inn in Scotland, still in its original position. Jacobite leaders and ... More

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Thainstone House Hotel (11.99 miles)

Thainstone House Hotel

Sitting resplendent in 44 acres of private garden and lush meadowland, Thainstone House Hotel has been lovingly designed to provide superb levels of hospitality. In the very heart of rural Aberdeenshire, you find yourself in ... More | visit website

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Glendavan House (12.02 miles)

Glendavan House
Set in the heart of Royal Deeside, Glendavan House was built as a shooting lodge in 1886. The house stands in its own extensive grounds - seven acres of natural pine woodland overlooking Loch Davan ... More | visit website

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