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Aberdeenshire Marinas - Scotland

also known as Siorrachd Obar Dheathain

Aberdeenshire is a place where marvelous landscapes meet the wild sea, a land filled with wonderful architectural masterpieces and cultural jewellery. Aberdeenshire is a popular tourist destination, a region loved by the Royal Family, full of maritime history that translates into lovely events and fun activities.

Aberdeenshire will captivate you with its mix of stunning countryside, the majestic city of Aberdeen and the impressive coastline. Tourists will be able to experience everything from imposing castles to perfect sandy beaches, delicious food and strong drinks and amazing wildlife. All these things combine, and the result is a marvelous Scottish holiday.

The region has a variety of great accommodation, guaranteed to suit all budgets, needs and tastes. You have it all: luxurious hotels, cozy and comfortable B&Bs, self-catering cabins and cottages. Choose a place to stay according to your budget and itinerary. The hotels are flawless, B&B accommodation offers a relaxed, and authentic stay and guest houses will win your heart with their lovely charm. Here are some of the best places to stay in Aberdeenshire: Seafield Arms Hotel, The Davron Hotel, Kildrummy Castle Hotel, Trump Resort, Chapel and Barras Farm, Iona B&B, Atticus Central Guest House. You may also want to consider Bimini Guest House, The Jays Guest House, Orchardhill, The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne, Roselea House, The Byre B&B, Adelphi Guest House, 3rd House.

Aberdeenshire is a mix of flavours and special tastes of North Eastern Scotland, a mix that you can experience in all restaurants from Stonehaven all the way to Peterhead. A great selection of world renowned quality local produce include the Aberdeen Angus beef and freshly caught fish and seafood. After you have spent your day exploring Aberdeenshire’s many wonderful attractions, be a part of a true foodie experience and enjoy the mouth watering, delicious flavours of the dishes served in the best pubs. You will taste the best local ingredients, cooked with love and experience. Here are some restaurants and pubs, perfect for an unforgettable start to your gastronomic journey: Moon Fish Cafe, Merchant Bistro, Amarone, Holburn Bar, Udny Station Hotel. Don’t miss The Gaslamp, Hook & Eye, Hornblowers, The Square, Wild Boar, Rockfish, Eat on the Green, Old Blackfriars, Cow Shed Restaurant.

Another way of trying the local flavours is by taking a stroll down the local markets and farm shops. Discuss with the producers and get the best advice on how to use the ingredients you want to buy to make an exquisite meal at home, for you and your loved ones. Scotland is famous for the Aberdeen-Angus breed of cattle, meat that is the main component of several award winning steaks. Peterhead is the biggest white fish port in Europe so you will undoubtedly come across a lot of seafood and smokehouses.

You will soon discover that there are a lot of things to do and see in Aberdeenshire. You can either explore the breathtaking landscapes with the dramatic coastline of Banffshire or the unspoilt beauty of Royal Deeside or Cairngorms National Park. The region’s outstanding beauty is present wherever you look. Aberdeenshire has a variety of lovely beaches, and there is nothing compared to the feeling of walking barefoot in the sand. Fraserburgh Esplanade, Cruden Bay, Balmedie Beach and St. Cyrus Beach are just a few of Scotland’s gems.

The magnificent parks and gardens are a total delight for the eye and soul: Crathes Castle and Gardens, Keith Hall Garden, Pitmedden Garden. Aberdeenshire is a unique blend of castles, town, villages, fortresses and fascinating museums: Corgarff Castle, Castle Fraser, Balmoral Castle, Drum Castle, Duff House, Aberdeen Maritime Museum. Also, check out Blairs Museum, Gordon Highlanders Museum, Fraserburgh Heritage Museum, Haddo House.