Cheap Hotels in Banchory
Feughside Guesthouse Hotel
Tor Na Coille Hotel
The property is set in 3 hectare of magnificent woodland, opposite the picturesque Banchory golf course, just 28.962 km drive from Aberdeen Airport and Aberdeen City Centre, the Oil Capital of Europe. The hotel is ideally located to discover Royal Deeside and the North East of Scotland. This privately owned and professionally managed country house hotel, boasts some charming features with open coal and log fires, beautiful ceilings, and true Scottish hospitality. The hotel and has been refurbished in 2009, and offers 23 spacious, individually furbished en-suite bedrooms. Comfortable, traditionally decorated rooms with modern conveniences. All 23 rooms are spacious, en-suite and individually decorated, equipped with iron and ironing board, tea and coffee making facilites, direct dial telephone, television. Some of the larger rooms have authentic open fireplaces. Travelling from Aberdeen Airport, head west on Upper Farburn Road. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Argyll Road. Turn left at Dyce Drive. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A96. Turn left at B979. Turn right to stay on B979. Turn right at A944. Take the 1st left. Then turn righ at B9119. Take the 1st left onto B9125. Continue onto B977. Turn left at A980. Turn right at A93/ Station Road. Continue to follow A93.
The Douglas Arms Hotel
Hotels in Banchory
This attractive Aberdeenshire town markets itself as the Gateway to Royal Deeside, thanks to its proximity to dramatic mountain landscapes and pictorial river valleys. Unsurprisingly, this town is a popular base for exploring the natural attractions of the Cairngorms National Park, one of the great wildernesses of Britain.
Like many other communities in Aberdeenshire, Banchory was traditionally reliant on farming, although it has grown significantly since the turn of the 21st century and has become a popular living destination for many families. The town is now the home of the Banchory Museum, which tells the story of Banchory's proud musical legacy and its association with many prominent musicians such as James Scott Skinner. Skinner was born in Arbeadie, a village that was eventually absorbed into Banchory, and was an esteemed dancer and violinist with more than 600 published compositions to his name.
The Cairngorms National Park
Britain's largest national park, the Cairngorms National Park is home to some of the country's highest peaks, and is a popular skiing destination in the winter and spring. One of the main attractions here is the Cairngorm Mountain Railway, which is Britain's highest railway and opened to the public in 2001.
Visit the family friendly Highland Wildlife Park, a large safari park that exhibits hundreds of animals related to Scotland, including species that no longer exist in the Scottish wild. Another popular visitor attraction is Balmoral Castle, which is one of Scotland's great baronial landmarks and has been a British Royal Family residence since the early Victorian period.
The perfect choice for a day trip destination, Aberdeen has been the proud winner of the Britain in Bloom award on multiple occasions, and is nicknamed the Granite City in reference to its elegant granite architecture. The bustling city is home to the enchanting St Machar's Cathedral, the world-class Aberdeen Maritime Museum, and the unique 17th-century landmark of Craigievar Castle.
For a truly revitalising experience in a high-end venue, choose the Raemoir House Hotel, an idyllic place for weddings, anniversaries and other special events. For modern, attractive rooms, consider the Best Western Burnett Arms Hotel, one of the best value-for-money Banchory hotels.
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