This award-winning hotel was the brain child of Bob Fitzgerald, based upon the simplistic bauhaus principals of industrial design.Click to find out more
Known as the Granite City, thanks to the city's sparkling granite buildings, Aberdeen combines history and heritage with a great range of shops, award-winning cuisine and a vibrant nightlife, Aberdeen is cosmopolitan, lively and well worth discovering for yourself. Surrounding the city is rugged coastline, tranquil lochs, inspiring glens and the unique mountain landscape of the Cairngorms National Park
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There are over 60 golf courses in and around Aberdeen. From traditional seaside links to inland courses set in stunning woodland, the North East boasts every golfing challenge at its disposal.
Trump International Course only 11 miles away.
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The start of Scotland's Malt Whisky Trail can be found in the North East and features eight of the most famous Scottish distilleries and one cooperage. The trail is famous for being the only malt whisky trail in the world and guides visitors through the North East and onwards into picturesque Speyside. The trail is about 70 miles (110km) long and weaves through some of Scotland's most breathtaking countryside while taking in the traditional and distinctive distilleries.
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for centuries, the inhabitants of scotland have been building fortifications and strongholds, and it has been estimated that there were once about 3000 castles in scotland. the castles of aberdeenshire and grampian are surrounded by an ambience of awe, a feeling of strength and timelessness.
drum castle, crathes castle, castle fraser, craigievar castle, balmoral castle and braemar castle to name but a few.