B and Bs in Stonehaven

Crawfield Grange B&B
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Netherley

Stonehaven
Grampian

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For those who enjoy the beauty of the countryside over the bustle of the town, this beautiful and elegant country house is situated in the gateway to Royal Deeside. Convenient, easy and fast access to Stonehaven, Aberdeen, Portlethen and Deeside makes this the perfect location whether your visit is for business or pleasure. A warm welcome awaits.

Crawfield Grange was originally built as a barn or steading and converted by the present owners in 1989. Set in stunning grounds with outstanding views to the sea, guests are welcome to wander round and enjoy the peaceful setting.

There are many activities in the area as well as places of historic interest including the world famous Dunnottar castle. This truly is castle country and you will be spoiled for choice as to which ones to visit. If Malt Whisky is your passion, you will find plenty of distilleries to sample. Wildlife, golf, walking, swimming-in the outdoor pool-fishing and sailing are only a few of the activities available in the area. For those looking for a wider range of cultural experience, the city of Aberdeen is a 15 minute drive away and offers a large selection of restaurants, museums, theatres, parks etc. A selection of leaflets and information is available in your room.

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