Hotels in Stonehaven, Banchory and Lower Deeside

Macbeth Arms, Lumphanan
No pets

Macbeth Arms    Lumphanan

Heather and Ray would like to offer a warm welcome to their small country pub with friendly local atmosphere where you can find a pool table.darts and a wealth of knowledge from the locals. The hotel is situated in the heart of Royal Deeside.within 45 minutes from aberdeen airport and numerous castles including the queens residence at Balmoral.

Lairhillock Lodge, Netherley, near Stonehaven
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Lairhillock Lodge    Netherley, near Stonehaven

Welcome to Lairhillock Lodge where you will find a clean modern room with a comfortable bed and a functional en-suite bathroom with walk in shower. You ll enjoy your stay in our rooms.where comfort and modernity go hand in hand with each other. At Lairhillock Lodge we know you want your stay with us to be hassle free.that%u2019s why we keep it simple. This means you get a good night s sleep.

Douneside House, Tarland, near Aboyne
Wifi / broadband

Douneside House    Tarland, near Aboyne

Douneside House is situated in the Scottish Highlands.steeped in history and full of character. Following a major renovation.our historic house re-opened its doors on the 1st June 2016.offering guests a luxurious Scottish countryside stay.Set within the grounds of the MacRobert Estate in Aberdeenshire.the main House features 14 beautiful guest rooms. The current refurbishment includes a complete re-design of each room to create a classic-contemporary style.whilst retaining important elements of Douneside s original character through the careful placement of individual pieces of antique furniture and precious artwork.

The Commercial Hotel, Tarland, near Aboyne
No pets

The Commercial Hotel    Tarland, near Aboyne

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 Commercial offers the perfect place to take a break and indulge yourself whilst enjoying an area of outstanding natural beauty.After being lovingly restored by Bev and Chris Hughes the hotel now offers guests a warm welcome and gracious style along with every modern comfort.

Number 44 Hotel and Bar, Stonehaven
Wifi / broadband

Number 44 Hotel and Bar    Stonehaven

Number 44 Hotel and Bar is located in the centre of the seaside town of Stonehaven. With 18 ensuite rooms available.the hotel can accommodate up to forty three people. There are 10 double rooms.6 twin rooms and a beautiful family room which overlooks Stonehaven bay. Both the double and twin rooms are available for single occupancy at a reduced rate.The hotel has a well stocked bar with a cosy dining area which serves traditional pub grub throughout the day.

The Anchor Hotel, Johnshaven
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

The Anchor Hotel    Johnshaven

Located in the pretty fishing village of Johnshaven.Aberdeenshire.Scotland.Gary and Jan offer a warm and friendly welcome at The Anchor Hotel. Whether you re passing through for the day or looking for a comfortable place to stay.with it s cosmopolitan clientele of young and old.families and fishermen.you will feel right at home.Our en-suite rooms are finished to a very high standard and offer all the facilities you would expect to find in a modern establishment.

The Forbes Arms Hotel, Bridge of Alford

The Forbes Arms Hotel    Bridge of Alford

The Forbes Arms Hotel is a well-known landmark to Sportsmen.visitors and tourists in this charming part of rural Aberdeenshire.. Situated just beyond the bridge over the river Don the Forbes Arms Hotel offers modern hotel facilities including comfortable en suite letting bedrooms with free Wifi.popular bars and a charming restaurant with a conservatory style extension overlooking the River. The hotel gardens run down to the river and are popular for alfresco dining.

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