Hotel Accommodation in Banchory

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Privately owned and supervised, Banchory Lodge Hotel offers superior accommodation in an idyllic riverside garden setting. The fresh flowers and open fires are welcome features to enhance the homely atmosphere The accommodation is traditionally decorated and furnished to a high standard and includes three four poster rooms and a number of spacious family rooms. Many of the 22 bedrooms have river views,

The Douglas Arms Hotel is located in the main street in Banchory, an attractive village which sits amidst some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland. Ancient pine forests and the highest mountain range in Britain are all nearby as are some of the well known Malt Whisky distilleries most of which have visitor centres, along with numerous castles and a large number of excellent golf courses. The

Raemoir House Hotel, is a beautiful privately owned and run Scottish country house hotel close to Aberdeen but in the glorious landscape of Royal Deeside. The Georgian mansion house sits in wide parkland a mile to the north of Banchory in easy reach of all the famous Victorian Aberdeenshire tourist attractions.

The Tor-na-Coille Hotel is a privately owned and professionally managed Country House Hotel, set in 8 acres of magnificent woodland, opposite the picturesque Banchory golf course, just 18 miles drive from Aberdeen Airport and Aberdeen City Centre, the Oil Capital of Europe. The hotel has 23 spacious en-suite bedrooms, individually furnished with direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities,

Set amidst the spectacular scenery of Royal Deeside, the peaceful garden village of Torphins is a convienient 22 miles from the centre of Aberdeen, Scotland's oil capitol. Overlooking the village from its landcaped grounds, the learney arms with its 200 year old inns sits within easy reach of two of Scotland's most famous salmon rivers - The Dee and the Don.

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