The Heugh Hotel

Address: Westfield Rd, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB39 2EE , United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Westfield Rd, Stonehaven, is near Dunnottar Castle, Speyside Cooperage, Stonehaven Outdoor Pool, and Archeolink Prehistory Park.
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Travel Blogs from Stonehaven

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 ...

To the Highlands

A travel blog entry by jannettek on Jun 04, 2013

53 photos

... the morning and a drive inland in the afternoon. We walked to the Dunnnotar woods and then the castle. The wildflowers here are in full bloom and just lovely, and the castle has an amazing position by the water. There are cliffs and bays in each direction. Very picturesque.

Rocky Stonehaven

A travel blog entry by faithstravels on Jun 09, 2011

4 comments, 7 photos

Today started off a bit rocky, and ended a bit rocky.
Somehow my Eurail pass decided to ship itself back to Ireland, so I was in a bit of panic, thinking I'd be unable to take trains throughout Germany, Italy and France. :( Turns out, they made a mistake with the shipping address (and I'll hopefully get a full refund), but just have to buy another one in Germany, which hopefully ...

Dead Writers Don't Wear Plaid (Kilts)

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Oct 22, 2010

3 photos

... the eastern coast, to St. Andrews. It's a lovely little picturesque medieval town, known for being the birthplace of golf (in fact, the British Open is played there every year). We had meant to get there for lunch, but thanks to Glasgow's 20 miles of construction hell, we were a bit behind, and by our 3pm arrival had missed all lunch service. So we ended up eating pizza in a medieval setting. ...

Aberdeen to Aberdeen to Inverbervie

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on May 15, 2010

... to negotiate, plus I'd found the lad on reception there a bit dour and some how condescending to us the night before - I felt like he was looking down his nose at us as I struggled to find the youth hostel membership cards and cash to pay with, with wet cold hands as we'd just got caught in the rain before we arrived. We were in 2 different rooms, and had a different pass key each (both looked the same) - so asked him to write the two room numbers down as they were on different ...