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

Getting to Edinburgh airport from Aberdeen

A travel blog entry by hazleenmz on Nov 10, 2015

I have done some research and I have found the following options.

  • Train to Edinburgh, must leave the night before, sleep over in a hotel to catch 8am flight out. Cost = 120
  • Bus to Edinburgh airport, must leave the night ...

Setting Off

A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Oct 27, 2015

... two complimentary champagnes as well. Our flight is called and we make our way with what we hope is a barely perceptible stagger to the departure gate. It is over seven hours to Doha but it is a really nice flight. We are really impressed with the Qatar business class service. Great restaurant quality food and really comfortable flat bed seats, just great for having a snooze after yet more nice wine and a vintage port with my cheese ...

Ticks, vomit and dead birds

A travel blog entry by daily4 on Jul 17, 2014

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... 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.


A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Aug 02, 2013

... br style="line-height: 15.86px;">He started talking…and talking…it was an endless hurricane of speech and gesture which I did my best to keep up with, all the while wistfully observing the small puffs of froth collapsing on top of my unattended cappuccino. He was a film director, he was currently doing music videos, should we exchange cards, did I want to be in one, come back again, yeah fantastic, we can work together, I’ll message, enjoy your ...

Jimmy's coastal walk: day 19

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Apr 05, 2012

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... the 15th century. Here the streams flowed red as iron leached out of the bedrock. The lovely little Hackley Bay was one of the few beaches I encountered during the day. Collieston was the first village beyond Newburgh. North of Collieston lies old Slains Castle a small ruin which may be confused with New Slains Castle further north - both appear as Slains Castle on OS maps. Here the rain came on and I made sure ...