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Mondgrange House, Aberdeen
 5 Sleeps maximum 5 Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Mondgrange House    Aberdeen

Mondgrange House is situated near Aberdeen, Scotland. It has three bedrooms: one double with an en-suite shower room and WC, one double and one single. There is a separate bathroom and WC. It has an open-plan kitchen and dining room, as well as a living room. There is a ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Off-road parking is available for two cars. Outside has a lawned garden area. Mondgrange House is an excellent modernised house in the heart of the Scottish countryside.

Craigton Charm, Aberdeen
 3 Sleeps maximum 3 No pets Wifi / broadband

Craigton Charm    Aberdeen

58A Craigton Road is a charming ground-floor flat resting close to the centre of Aberdeen in Scotland. The property can sleep three people in two bedrooms consisting of a double with an en-suite bathroom and a single served by a shower room. There is also a kitchen/diner and a sitting room. You can find roadside parking to the front of the flat and an enclosed garden at its rear. 58A Craigton Road is a wonderful family holiday home from which to discover Scotland.

Heather Cottage, Aberdeen
 8 + 1 Sleeps maximum 8 + 1 Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband Real fire or stove

Heather Cottage    Aberdeen

Heather Cottage overlooks the River Dee in a peaceful yet central location, ideal for your stay. Lovingly renovated and furnished with high-quality handpicked products to provide comfortable, traditional accommodation with a Scottish flare and a modern twist. The spacious cottage offers 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, luxurious living space with woodburning stove, big, pet-friendly family garden.

Only minutes from the bustling city centre shops, cafes and restaurants, Heather Cottage is perfect for walking, cycling, fishing, exploring Deeside and the stunning coast. The perfect base to experience this wonderful area of Scotland.


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