Atholl Hotel

Address: 54 King's Gate, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB15 4YN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 54 King's Gate, Aberdeen, is near Gordon Highlanders Regimental Museum, Duthie Park, Union Terrace Gardens, and Westburn Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Aberdeen

      Home we are

      A travel blog entry by mandrew21 on Jan 13, 2015

      17 photos

      It was time to start the journey home so we headed across to the airport and checked in before heading to the virgin lounge. We grabbed some dinner and drinks, wrote up the blog and soon enough it was time to board. With the mixture of eating, film watching and sleeping, the 13 hours passed quick enough and we were soon landing in LHR.

      After arrival we made our way ...

      Home

      A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Dec 10, 2014

      ... the plane out. Of course by now the tractor has gone off to deal with other flights so we sit there stuck in a rut for about half an hour before we finally get off.

      Kathleen as always seems to happen draws the short straw and has a Spanish woman behind her who is constantly banging against the back of Kathleen's seat. Eventually Kathleen asks the stewardess to ask the woman to stop which stops it go some extent at ...

      The Sparkling City

      A travel blog entry by lounev on Sep 26, 2014

      8 photos

      ... inwards to protect them from the North Sea winds but folklore also suggests that this is also to ward off evil spirits and the witches that caused shipwrecks. From here you can step on to the beach and explore.I must admit, I didn’t expect Aberdeen to have a beach, let alone 23 miles of golden, uninterrupted sand. It’s popular with surfers, kayakers, cyclists, walkers and kite buggy riders but with so much space, it still feels un-crowded and ...

      Castle

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Mar 29, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... I hadn’t
      written a blog.

      BUT! To make up for my lack of interwebness communication, I
      have made great progress in booking my onwards journey. And booked EJC for
      Ireland…and Riverdance for Dublin.

      I am down to the last 6/7 weeks of living in my lovely flat
      with Chris x 2 and Dave, and as much as I am going to miss them all (Chris
      especially), I need to go.

      I need to move on, and this is why I now have ...

      Christmas...the Scottish way!

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Nov 24, 2013

      1 comment

      ... had come out in the 'cold' to see the parade. It was probably a summer day to them come to think about it...

      Anyway, it took aaaages for the start of the parade to visit me where I was standing, but I am so glad I waited.

      I actually teared up for a bit of it, because it was exactly how I wanted it to be. A marching band in kilts came past playing Scottish music which was just music to my ears. It is what I have grown ...