Aberdeen Maritime Museum
Aberdeen Maritime Museum

Aberdeen is an old and cultured city with plenty of reminders of that fact – its cobbled High Street, wealth of granite buildings, King’s College et al – with much green space and surprising sandy beaches. And it is also the northern Houston, a hub of the oil industry... Read More

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Aberdeen Events

January
BP Portrait Award
Burns Ceilidh Supper
March
Aberdeen Jazz Festival
Annual Boat Race
April
Spring Arts Festival
The Torcher Parade
Triptych
May
Aberdeen Artists Society Annual Exhibition
WORD Festival
Wordfringe
June
City of Aberdeen Highland Games
July
Aberdeen International Football Festival
August
Aberdeen Blooms Festival
Aberdeen Highland Pony Show
Aberdeen International Youth Festival
City of Aberdeen Clydesdale Horse Show
Summer Flower & Vegetable Show
September
Free
Techfest
October
sound music festival
The Renovation & Self Build Show
November
Sound Festival
December
Hogmanay Ceilidh
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Skene House Holburn Suites

Skene House Holburn Suites

Skene House Holburn enjoys an enviable location, where the West End meets the city centre and offers guests a hotel experience, a homely environment and a well-loved-club atmosphere. The hotel is part of ... More | visit website

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Skene House Rosemount Suites

Skene House Rosemount Suites

Skene House Rosemount's serviced hotel accommodation is within both Aberdeen's Cultural Quarter and the city's Rosemount Village neighbourhood. This means that you will have, "on your doorstep", a fantastic choice of places to go, ... More | visit website

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Skene House Whitehall Suites

Skene House Whitehall Suites

The luxury HotelSuites at Skene House Whitehall offer an extra dimension to the Skene House portfolio - private gardens in which to relax, read the papers, eat a meal or play with the children. ... More | visit website

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Aberdeen Northern Hotel

Aberdeen Northern Hotel

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The Aberdeen Northern Hotel Is A First-class Property Located Three Miles From Aberdeen Airport, Near Historic Old Aberdeen And The University. This Unique Art Deco Styled Hotel Is Family Owned ... More

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Ardoe House

Ardoe House

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The baronial splendour of Mercure Ardoe House is hidden away amongst 30 acres of rolling Aberdeenshire countryside. Inspired by the royal residence at Balmoral Castle, Mercure Ardoe House Hotel is a ... More

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Menzies Dyce Aberdeen

Menzies Dyce Aberdeen

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Set in Dyce, on the outskirts of Aberdeen, this welcoming and modern-style hotel presents itself as the ideal base from which to explore The Royal ... More

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Norwood Hall

Norwood Hall
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This Victorian mansion, located just outside Aberdeen, has now become a business and conference hotel. Keeping it's old, traditional feel and ... More
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Pinehurst Lodge Hotel

Pinehurst Lodge Hotel

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The Pinehurst Lodge hotel sits in its own grounds surrounded by trees, only 6 miles (1.6km) from Aberdeen Airport and Dyce Railway station. This family-run hotel offer easy access to ... More

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Marcliffe at Pitfodels

Marcliffe at Pitfodels
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Situated In 8 Acres Of Wooded Grounds And Ideally Positioned For Visiting Scotlands Scenic Northeast Is The Marcliffe At Pitfodels Owned By Stewart And Shelia ... More
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Newmachar Hotel

Newmachar Hotel
The commuter village of Newmachar is situated only 7 miles from the centre of Aberdeen and a five minute drive from the airport. Convenient for businessmen as well as those looking to explore the whisky ... More | visit website

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