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The Moorfield is owned and run by Grant & Maria Mason. We have renovated/updated quite a lot of the property since arriving to make it a warm/homely family run property including all new room designs and brand new en-suite facilities. In 2016 we installed a large outdoor decking area providing a seating area with fantastic views of the Highland Games
Stonehaven's Station Hotel is a family run hotel where you are guaranteed a warm welcome. Owned and run by the Gordon family since 1993, the hotel is situated 15 miles south of Aberdeen and is conveniently situated next to Stonehaven railway station, making Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh easy to visit. We fight the big chains for business
The Half Moon Hotel has seventeen en-suite bedrooms which include singles, doubles, twins, family rooms and a two bedroom suite. One of our twins has en-suite facilities for wheelchair users. Our a la carte restaurant offers a menu of delightful dishes served in comfortable surroundings. In the afternoon our Tea Room offers a selection of teas, scones
We know how important the dog in your family is and our aim has been to have comfortable, temperature controlled accommodation with an attached exercise area protected and enclose as another room, rather than an exposed run, this ensures the dogs are not subject to noise and stress. The routine is kept as close to one which most family dogs may get
Jack was brought up on Aswanley where, as a child he helped his father with their flock of 800 sheep and 250 head of beef cattle, driving machinery at any opportunity. A natural mechanic, he took an Engineering and Business degree at Oxford Brookes University and went on to work for rally teams including Prodrive and Tuthills Porsche before recently
Standing Gables B&B has a variety of rooms offering a range of facilities to suit all needs, rooms are regularly updated and the house has been extended over the years to accommodate all our guests. Our aim is to make your stay as enjoyable as possible, whether you are in the area on business or on holiday. Our rooms are clean and comfortable and of
We are situated on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, and only 10 miles from the beautiful Lincolnshire coast. There is an 18 hole golf course only a few miles away at Woodthorpe Hall, which also has a well-stocked fishing lake. In addition, Cadwell Park Racing Circuit is about 13 miles away. We also offer our hospitality to accommodate for any occasion
The Parish of Gamrie is situated upon the shore of the Moray Firth and extends from the Bridge of Banff to the Burn of Netherhill which separates it from the Parish of Aberdour in Aberdeenshire. Gamrie abounds in glens and precipices, its coast line consisting of a great wall of crags whose ledges are the home and resort of sea-birds of all kinds. Between
Fiona, David and family moved to Coynachie after finding this beautiful house in a fantastic countryside setting. Fiona grew up in the area and wanted her family to return and enjoy the fresh clean air, space and sense of peace. A far cry from the hustle and bustle of city life! We all enjoy the wildlife and have our own resident woodpeckers and owls
Open all year, we combine our busy working farm, 'Stonebriggs', with unique accommodation, guided tours and tasty treats in a beautiful coastal setting. We're a small family-run farm on the north east coast of Aberdeenshire. The majority of our 200-acre plot is dedicated to our herd of beef cows, but we also have a sprinkling of sheep, peacocks, hens
Shortly after moving into Grange Farm in 1981 Ann (the founder) came across an old Bed and Breakfast sign under the stairs which gave her the idea to rent our her spare bedroom. Soon after this came the conversion of the old stable block which created 5 perfectly quaint B&B rooms- and 35 years later here we are! Five years on and The Granary was converted
It's such a big learning curve and a complete change from our previous lives in Wales. I worked in a call centre for a bank and Jason was a master blacksmith. Although we lived in the Brecon Beacons National Park in the Swansea Valley surrounded by the beautiful Welsh countryside, we decided to opt for even more rural surroundings and Scotland seemed
The Ship Inn, which sits on the edge of historic Stonehaven harbour, is one of the oldest inns along the Aberdeenshire coast. Although the property is steeped in history, we keep one eye on the future, regularly investing in the hotel, restaurant and bar to ensure we are offering the best possible guest experience. Owned and operated by S. J. Cruickshank
Saplinbrae was built in 1756, and was originally a coaching inn, before becoming a rectory, a country house and, finally, a hotel in the 20th century. It all started at a kitchen table on our family farm, strewn with paperwork, tea and toast, and our wee boy's toys. We knew when we bought Saplinbrae that we wanted to capture the essence of that table
At the St. Olaf Hotel we take every care to give our guests the best of service during their stay. Our Dining Room and Lounge Bar are popular eating places with locals, regular diners from a bit further afield and our residents, experiencing the best of quality food at a fair price. We source much of our food locally with fish from Peterhead, meats