Gordon Arms Hotel - Aboyne

Address: North Deeside Road, Kincardine O'Neil, Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB34 5AA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on North Deeside Road, Kincardine O'Neil, Aboyne, is near Belwade Farm.
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Travel Blogs from Aboyne

Edinburgh castle and St Andrews

A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Jun 03, 2015

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... t so nice No people around, just big ship yards. We eventually found the beach and a burger king! We ended up eating there and the lovely young girl informed us it was the third largest burger king in the UK!!! She called us a cab to get back. So what we saw of Aberdeen wasn't great, am sure there are some nicer parts to it but wouldn't be in a hurry to return, The people were really nice though, had a great chat to the cab ...

Ticks, vomit and dead birds

A travel blog entry by daily4 on Jul 17, 2014

13 photos

... went to check her nap place (owners bed)..found it. commence laundry.

local has been taking me to some fantastic walking spots over the week. last night I got schooled by some fit older ladies while making my way up the Fungle. I don't know why they call it that. FUNgle is not something I would describe the steep inclines it provides. they zoomed while I puffed. view at the top was nice though..my hiking shoes fit again and no ticks so i'd call it a success.

Aberdeen: The gray city

A travel blog entry by faithstravels on Jun 08, 2011

8 photos

... br>
Anyway, today was quite a "gray" day as categorized by Fiona, Craig, and myself. Overcast and rainy by nature, Aberdeen didn't recognize that it was June and decided to be in the 50's and rain. I should have known, since it is Britain! Regardless of the weather, we walked to the University, which is quite beautiful. Fiona showed me where some of her classes were, and we explored the church (where I unknowingly took illegal pictures) and had a ...

Scotland the Brave 2

A travel blog entry by maggot on May 16, 2011

2 comments, 24 photos

... up out of a grey, windy miserable carpark, much as it does at Perisher and had no concept of an actual town called Aviemore, or that it would be the base for a thriving year round, outdoor activity industry – which is exactly the case. It is more like Queenstown (NZ that is, not Tassie!!) than anything else – although not as picturesque in its setting and probably not as lively in its night life. But certainly far more interesting than I had imagined.

Scotland the Brave

A travel blog entry by maggot on May 12, 2011

2 comments, 26 photos

... other than me keeping an eye out to see if there was any trace of the ancestral Hellmrich name above shop doors as there had been when I visited here 30 or so years ago. Alas, I am sorry to say we seem to have disappeared – couldn’t even find us in the phone book! Perhaps if we had been more directed or purposeful in our wanderings we would have seen a different side – but as it was we came out with a rather poor impression. A city sporting a church ...