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Featured Aberdeenshire Independent Hotels

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Meldrum House Country Hotel & Golf Course
East Lodge, Inverurie
Meldrum House Country Hotel & Golf Course
£71
4.8/5 (95 reviews)

Charming cosy old country house at its heart, with modern extensions offering excellent spacious well equipped rooms. All of this set within beautiful grounds and well maintained golf course vistas. The food was Scottish in theme and of a high standard. Staff lovely.

altText 13 Mar 2018
 
 
Loch Kinord Hotel
Ballater Road, Dinnet, Aberdeenshire, Aboyne
Loch Kinord Hotel
£75
4.2/5 (19 reviews)

Overall OK but could have been better. The room was cold the first night we got there and the duvet was very thin. Also, the second night we decided to have dinner at the hotel, which ended up being rather pricy, as the only option was to have a 2 or 3 course set meal (2 course for £25.99). The food ...

altText 12 Feb 2018
 
 
Tor Na Coille Hotel & Restaurant
Inchmarlo Road, Banchory
Tor Na Coille Hotel & Restaurant
£58
4.6/5 (48 reviews)

We went away for a weekend break Found this hotel on line Had a very comfortable 2 night stay Great food. Excellent service

altText 8 Apr 2018
 
 
The Ship Inn
5 Shore Head, Stonehaven
The Ship Inn
£88
4.3/5 (47 reviews)

Excellent comfort, service and food as always.

altText 20 Oct 2017
 
 
Maryculter House Hotel
South Deeside Road, Aberdeen
Maryculter House Hotel
£54
4.4/5 (10 reviews)

I found the beds in the room we had to be very uncomfortable, lumpy mattress and poor pillows. The twin room did not have a bath and the bathroom was quite small.

altText 14 Apr 2018
 
 
Burnett Arms Hotel
25 High Street, Banchory
Burnett Arms Hotel
£62
3.8/5 (52 reviews)

Excellent value centre of town on bus route direct to centre of Aberdeen. Good pub grub Decent breakfast. very helpful staff. Great value. Little bit of noise from bar music but not too bad . Overall really good. I'll stay again.

altText 31 Mar 2018
 
 
Castle Hotel
Castle Hotel, Huntly
Castle Hotel
£125
4.3/5 (59 reviews)

From the start the stay was incredible. The staff are very warm and welcoming and the surroundings are beautiful. We had booked a luxury double room but were not expecting the grand suite we had. The main lounge and dining area with stone walls and fireplace was so cosy. The 4 poster bed and chaise ...

altText 31 Dec 2017
 
 
Mill of Dess Lodge & Mill Cottage
Lower Dess, Aboyne
Mill of Dess Lodge & Mill Cottage
£117
5.0/5 (3 reviews)

Excellent service received on this stay. There was a problem with the booking system, but this was resolved quickly. The accommodation itself is excellent, as is the breakfast, and the surrounding area is beautiful. Highly recommended.

altText 1 Jan 2018
 
 
Belvedere Hotel
41 Evan Street, Stonehaven
Belvedere Hotel
£50
4.2/5 (8 reviews)
 
 
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Pocket Guides: Independent Hotels in Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire is home to the great Granite City with many surrounding coastal retreats and welcoming towns. It also boasts the royal residence of Balmoral. Book one of the region’s Independent Hotels using the Expedia search tool to find the right accommodation for you.

Activities in Aberdeenshire

In the south west region of Aberdeenshire, guests will find Ballater, Banchory and Braemar. This area is called Marr, the River Dee rushes through the towns and is famous for its fishy offerings of top quality salmon.

Along the river, visitors will also find Braemar Castle, the ruins of a 17th century castle built by the Earl of Mar. Inside there is 200 years worth of luxurious furniture, family portraits and impressive decor.

Another place of interest is Crathes Castle, a 16th century tower house that looks as if it were plucked out of a fairytale. It also boasts beautiful gardens full of colourful blooms and a courtyard cafe.

Balmoral Castle rests in the Cairngorms National Park and is home to the British Royal Family. It was built for and presented to Queen Victoria by her husband, Albert, in 1852. Today, guests can tour some of the house, but not all, as the current Queen still stays in the Royal Rooms. The gardens are also worth a walk around, with fantastic views of the surrounding area.