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Holiday Homes in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

Self-Catering Holiday Cottage Accommodation in Aberdeen

Booking your holiday accommodation in Aberdeen early is recommended for the best choice of holiday rentals.

Boat House Peterculter, Aberdeenshire Around 9 miles from Aberdeen away
Boat House, Aberdeenshire,  Scotland Viewed 7 times in last week.
Sleeps 5 - 9
5 Bedroom
Weekly price
£ 1570 - £ 5623
Next Available: 04/03 to 06/04/2024
Facilities and features: TV Sauna woodburner Open fire Garden
Type of Holiday: 1 dogs welcome Group welcome

More about this property: Large sleeps 9 holiday house in Aberdeenshire, pet-friendly and with own sauna.

The Bothy Newtonhill, Aberdeenshire Around 12 miles from Aberdeen away
The Bothy, Aberdeenshire,  Scotland Viewed 7 times in last week.
Sleeps 2 - 4
2 Bedroom
Weekly price
£ 406 - £ 1309
Next Available: 08/03 to 11/03/2024
Facilities and features: TV Garden
Type of Holiday: 1 dogs welcome

More about this property: 2 bedroom pet-friendly barn conversion with country and sea views, just 9 miles from Aberdeen

Larchwood Lodge Ellon, Aberdeenshire Around 10 miles from Aberdeen away
Larchwood Lodge, Aberdeenshire,  Scotland Viewed 6 times in last week.
Sleeps 3 - 6
3 Bedroom
Weekly price
£ 653 - £ 4070
Next Available: 05/03 to 16/03/2024
Facilities and features: Digital TV Garden
Type of Holiday: No dogs allowed

More about this property: Welcoming 3 bedroom holiday lodge on outskirts of Ellon with fabulous views and superb outdoor space, sorry no pets welcome.



Cottages and Self-Catering Holiday Accommodation in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

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Planning a cottage break in Aberdeen?  Aberdeen in Scotland is a pleasant city to explore on a self catering break.  If you have never been to Scotland before you may well be pleasantly surprised at what Scotland has to offer.  
 

What Aberdeen Offers Visitors

Aberdeen itself is an attractive city with grand buildings, many of which are made of grey granite, earning it the title of ‘The Granite City’.  In the sunshine these granite buildings gleam in the sun.  The city of Aberdeen is also called by some the silver city with the golden sands, along with the Grey City.  Aberdeen by virtue of the oil industry has become quite a wealthy city with a number of stylish and high end bars and restaurants.  There are also cinemas, nightclubs and a good number of shops.  Over recent years Aberdeen has also developed quite an arty vibe and there are a number of interesting art galleries and museums to visit.

 

Places to Visit on a Cottage Break in Aberdeen

•    Places of interest to discover whilst holidaying in Aberdeen include the William Wallace Statue, Aberdeen Maritime Museum, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Marischal Museum, Robert Burns Statue, Saint Machar's Cathedral, and Robert the Bruce statue.  

•    Aberdeen is also known for its well maintained parks and gardens including Duthie Park, Winter Gardens, Hazlehead Park, Johnston Gardens, Seaton Park, Union Terrace Gardens, Victoria Park and Westburn Park.

•    Visitors to Aberdeen enjoying a cottage holiday may also want to visit the many castles in the area, Aberdeenshire is after all known for its castle trail.  There are some amazing castles to visit and discover in Aberdeenshire including Huntly Castle, Drum Castle and Fyvie Castle.

•    Much of the art in Aberdeen has been inspired by the sea, by virtue of Aberdeen’s position by the coast.  
 

Discover the Beautiful Aberdeenshire Coastline on a Self-Catering Break

•    Any visit to Aberdeen would be incomplete without a visit to the coast.  There is a fascinating coastline in Aberdeenshire with high dramatic cliffs, hidden coves, sandy beaches and even coastal caves.  The North Sea can at times be calm and also wild, giving the coastline in certain weather a dramatic presence.   Seaside villages well worth a visit in Aberdeenshire include Cruden Bay, Collieston and Pennan.

 

Self catering accommodation in Aberdeenshire is mostly in the form of apartments or houses to rent.  If you are seeking a country cottage break, you are likely to find this type of accommodation in Aberdeenshire, outside of the city of Aberdeen.