Majestic Aberdeenshire 7 Days - Station Hotel
Ancient sites and symbols, mysterious standing stones, towering granite walls and legendary castles mark Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire as a heartland of Scottish history. Old Aberdeen, with its cobbled streets and 15th century fortified cathedral is where Aberdeen’s first University was founded in 1495.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Stonehaven and Drum Castle
Located south of Aberdeen along the coast, Stonehaven is a delightful Scottish town with an attractive harbour./nIt has many ancient buildings including the 15th Century Tolbooth which houses a fascinating museum (entry fee may apply)./nDating from the 13th century, Drum Castle was owned by the Irvine family for over 650 years./nWe explore the varied heritage of this intriguing building on our guided tour (included in tour cost)./nThe gardens include an historic collection of roses./n
Day 3 - Aberdeenshire
With rolling hills, open farmland and towering mountains in the West and sweeping beaches, coastal cliffs and panoramic skies in the East, Aberdeenshire has an amazing landscape for us to take in. Today we stop off in the beautiful towns of Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Banff & Inverurie /n
Day 4 - Day at Leisure
Day 5 - Day at Leisure
Day 6 - Fraserburgh and Haddo House
We discover the endless golden sandy beaches and bustling harbour of this traditional coastal town./nAttractions include the Fraserburgh Heritage Centre and Museum of Scottish Lighthouses (charges apply)./nDesigned in 1732 by William Adam, Haddo was home to the Gordon family for more than 400 years. /nThe extensive art collection includes 85 paintings of Aberdeenshire castles by acclaimed Victorian artist James Giles./nEntry to house and gardens included in tour cost./n
Day 7 - Return Travel
This attractive Victorian Hotel is located in the heart of Aberdeen, within a five minute walk from popular visitor attractions such as the Aberdeen Maritime Museum and vibrant shopping streets. Well equipped bedrooms are of traditional style with contemporary touches, whilst the Denburn restaurant serves delicious locally sourced produce and freshly caught fish in a comfortable setting.