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Station Hotel, Stonehaven
Station Hotel is a family run hotel where you are
guaranteed a warm welcome. It is well maintained
and beautifully decorated to a high standard throughout.
The staff will be happy to assist with arrangements
for various excursions such as golfing trips,deep-sea
fishing and skiing.
warm and friendly welcome awaits guests at the Belvedere
Hotel in Stonehaven. Situated only two minutes from
the town centre, with good local shopping, and close
to the historic old harbour, the Belvedere is centrally
located for visitors to the town, the Mearns and
fine coastal walks along the bay.
Ship Inn, Stonehaven
Ship Inn, beautifully situated at the edge
of Stonehaven's picturesque harbour, was built
in 1771. The Inn was acquired by Simon Cruickshank
in May 2004. Mr Cruickshank has many years
experience in the licensed trade, and also
owns Troupers Bar in Barclay Street.
on the Loch, Aboyne.
hidden from the general public for over 50 years, the Loch
of Aboyne was constructed in Victorian times to serve the
needs of a select few, today everyone can now enjoy this
beautiful and historic part of Royal Deeside. The Lodge
on the Loch features a 9 hole golf course, Health and Beauty
Spa, function room and a variety of dining to suit every
occasion. Sitting just meters from the Loch's shore and
set against the Cairngorm national park. It's an ideal
opportunity to take time out and indulge in Scotland's