"Superb for long term stays"

TripAdvisor 2014

"Great place to stay in Aberdeen"

TripAdvisor 2014

"Unbeatable service"

TripAdvisor 2014

"Welcoming, comfortable and good value"

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"Old World Charm"

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"Amazing Weekend"

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17 Jan

The Aberdeen Local's Guide to Romantic Spaces in Aberdeenshire

To further convince you that Aberdeen could be the Scottish city of choice for a romantic break this Valentine’s, I decided to pose the question to Aberdeen’s Business Community online and got some fantastic responses! Here is a selection of the ABN network’s responses….

“There are some gorgeous places you could have a wee romantic moment in and around the Granite City! For example....

  • You could have afternoon tea or visit the Spa at the Marcliffe
  • Spend the day getting lost in Castle Fraser or up Bennachie
  • Follow the Dee up to the summer home of Wills & Kate
  • Explore the Kings College Campus
  • Or simply take a walk in one of the beautiful city or shire parks.
  • We're lucky enough to have some amazing restaurants: La Stella, Josephines, Cocoa, Bistro 210, Yatai, Malmaison, The Nargile, Simpson’s and the gorgeous Fennel of Inverurie.”

William and Kate's Summer Home

The Potarch Restaurant is romantic all year round - log fires in the winter, waterfront sunsets in the summer! Aberdeen itself has some cracking wee hotspots too - I used to enjoy The Olive Tree for a wee spot of romance back in the day!”

  • “A walk along the prom and Foot Dee Village can be very romantic”
  • Royal Deeside is a great choice if you enjoy a walk, Especially romantic with the snow!"
  • "Burn O'Vat is really nice, you might even find a frozen waterfall in this weather!"

So we hope this has convinced you to think of Aberdeen not just as 'The Oil Capital of Europe' but also as a charming and romantic place to visit with the one you love!

Book your romantic weekend get-away here

Valentine's Weekend Rates from £61

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