Official city site
Home to a population of 212,125, Aberdeen is a thriving, cosmopolitan port in the
North-east of Scotland. Built at the mouth of two major Scottish rivers, the Dee and the
Don, and covering an area of 184.47 square kilometres (71.22 square miles), the Granite
City owes its distinctive appearance to the famous, locally quarried and widely exported,
building material. Traditional industries such as fishing and farming still flourish in
and around the city but Aberdeen's buoyant modern economy - reflected in unemployment
rates consistently under 2% - is fuelled by the oil industry, earning the city a new
epithet as 'Oil Capital of Europe'. With bustling shopping malls, a wide variety of
entertainment and leisure amenities, and a vibrant arts scene, Aberdeen is a major retail,
leisure and cultural centre. First class road, rail, sea and air communications - London
is only an hour's flight away - ensures the city, though Northerly, is not isolated.
Aberdeen Northern Hotel
Address: 1 Great Northern Road
Tel: +44 122 448 3342
Fax: +44 122 448 3342
The renowned Aberdeen Northern Hotel is
now under the new management of
Gary and Dawn Cox. Since taking over the hotel has undergone major
refurbishment to bring it up to high standards of decoration and
service expected from a top class city Hotel. Whether on business or
holiday in Aberdeen the hotel is only a short walk to Historic Old
Aberdeen, The University and only minutes from the City Centre and
Aberdeen`s entertainment venues. For those travelling there is easy
access to all routes to the north and south of the city and only a
short drive from the Airport and Train Station. For information on the
hotels amenities which includes a unique Ballroom, choice of Dining,
Accommodation, Conference and Seminar facilities, click on the links to
discover more or contact Lorna the hotels manageress for the personal
The hotel has 32 bedrooms all with
en-suite facilities, furnished and
equipped to a high standard with the following amenities sky
television, Radio, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making
facilities, hair dryer, modem point, shower en-suite, Bath & shower en-
The Hotel can accommodate up to 65
persons and can cater for Coach
14 Double Rooms, 11 Twin Rooms, 1 Triple,
2 Family ( Sleeps 4), 4
Single Rooms.Two Double Bedrooms have been specially adapted for guests
with special requirements. There is a passenger lift to all floors.
Special offers are available for mid week
and weekend breaks, corporate
bookings, attending functions.
All rooms are subject to availability.
Rates include full Scottish
Breakfast & VAT @ 17.5%. The hotel reserves the right to amend rates
from those indicated or advertised.
The dining areas are air - conditioned
for your comfort. Our staff are
friendly and attentive, with a genuine enthusiasm for professional catering.
We take full advantage of fresh local
produce and our menus offer dishes to
suit most diets and budgets.
Our Astoria room is the perfect venue for
any celebration or private dining
Aberdeen the "Granite City" of
Scotland, is the perfect place for a holiday.
There is a wide range of shops and local attractions.
His Majesty's Theatre brings London's
West End to Aberdeen through a
variety of entertainment. The Art Gallery, close to the Theatre, holds
a fine collection of paintings, sculpture, silver and ceramics.
Opposite the Gallery is "The Academy" a new indoor shopping mall with
boutiques, restaurants and bars. Union Street the main shopping area in
the city centre, is a few minutes away.
An exciting new £18 million
redevelopment project is now underway at
AECC. On completion of the work, the North`s premier meeting and events
venue will boast state-of-the art convention facilities, capable of
housing up to 2000 delegates. The AECC Website provides further
information about the project, as well as events and activities at the
Centre. Click on picture for more information.
The Music hall plays host to an ever
widening range of events. Concerts
of all descriptions are enthusiastically attended. Programmes of
classical, folk, rock, pop and Jazz music are equally at home in the
Hall while exhibitions, seminars, conferences, graduation balls, tea
dances and craft Fairs all find a professional welcome.
Address: 54 King's Gate, Scotland
Zip Code: AB15 4YN
Tel: +44 122 432 3505
Fax: +44 122 432 1555
Welcome to the Atholl Hotel, a privately
owned four star hotel in
Aberdeen's West End, just minutes from the City Centre.
We are a privately owned west-end hotel
located in King's Gate,
Aberdeen, just off Anderson Drive which is the city's main North-South
thoroughfare. With easy access to Aberdeen Airport, rail station and
industrial and commercial areas, the hotel is ideally situated for the
business and tourist traveller.
Only minutes from the city centre, which
offers a host of specialist
shops, galleries, gardens and leisure entertainment, which help to
create the ultimate Aberdeen City experience.
The Atholl is the ideal base from which
to explore the Northeast area,
Scotland's Castle and whisky trail, undiscovered coastlines and Royal
Deeside. Play one of the many famous Golf courses enjoy the atmosphere
of the highland games, including the Braemar gathering. There are also
many nature reserves, forest walks, breathtaking scenery, and a wide
selection of winter sports available.
The hotel offers the best in business
facilities also, with high speed
broadband internet access in all 34 bedrooms and both function rooms.
The function suites are ideal for hosting seminars, presentations,
corporate entertainment, small intimate weddings and private dinners.
As an added advantage we have a large private car park at the rear of
the hotel which can accommodate up to 60 cars.
The Lounge Bar enjoys a busy but relaxing
atmosphere, choose from our
selection of Malt whisky, Beers, Ales or a Glass of wine from our
extensive list. Meals are available in the Lounge Bar and Front Lounge.
Our Restaurant is open 7 days for lunch
and dinner, offering the best
in fresh local Scottish Produce, Aberdeen Angus steaks, fresh fish and
shellfish from Scottish waters and locally grown fruit and vegetables.
The Hotel is operated under the personal
supervison of the managing
partner, Gordon Sinclair who, along with his dedicated team, offer a
professional but friendly service that is second to none.
With Awards from visit Scotland of 86%
and a Four star rating, AA of
74% and a 3 star rating and recently achieved Investors in people we
are proud of our hotel and all it has to offer and we look forward to
welcoming you to the Atholl.
The Atholl Hotel offers Excellent
location, Popular restaurant serving
fresh local produce, Excellent private function facillities.
Lounge bar with superb selection of malt
whiskies, ales and wines
Offers including weekend breaks.
With a solid, proven reputation earned in
its many years as a busy
hotel, the Atholl is held in great affection by the people of Aberdeen.
We are renowned as the place to come for consistent and friendly
service, value for money and a good old-fashioned approach that nothing
is ever too much trouble - making it truly "in a class of its own".
The Brentwood Hotel
Address: 101 Crown Street, Scotland
Zip Code: AB11 6HH
Tel: +44 122 459 5440
Fax: +44 122 457 1593
The Brentwood Hotel in Aberdeen, Scotland
has been privately-owned and
managed since 1977. One of Aberdeen's most popular hotels, The
Brentwood Hotel contains 63 bedrooms and 2 executive suites,
all with en-suite facilities. All bedrooms have recently been
refurbished as part of an ongoing programme of upgrading our
accommodation to ensure customer comfort and satisfaction.
We are a town house hotel situated in the
heart of Aberdeen city centre
and are very convenient for business, leisure breaks, sight seeing,
touring, shopping, theatre, concert hall, cinema and the various
entertainment venues in town. The joint bus and rail stations are only
a 5 minute walk from the hotel door.
Our in-house restaurant
"Carriages" is well known for providing
excellent food and the recently refurbished lounge bar specialises in
offering real ales, probably the best selection in town.
Carriages Bar has been awarded "City
Pub of the Year 2003" by CAMRA
(Campaign for Real Ale). The atmosphere in both venues is relaxed,
friendly and the welcome always sincere. We operate a selected smoking
policy within our hotel, with 50% of the hotel bedrooms and 50% of the
restaurant seating areas no smoking zones.
Our car park is situated at the rear of
the hotel. The hotel has a
Scottish Tourist Board 3 star grading.
The Brentwood Hotel's sixty three
bedrooms and two executive suites
offer excellent accommodation with en-suite bathrooms, television, tea
and coffee facilities, direct dial telephones, etc.
The two suites contain two double beds
with an adjoining lounge area.
They are bright and spacious.
As an additional service to our guests, a
computer linked to the
Internet is available free of charge.
Dunavon House Hotel
Address: 60 Victoria Street, Dyce
Zip Code: AB21 7EE
Tel: +44 122 472 2483
Fax: +44 122 477 2721
The Dunavon House Hotel enjoys a very
high reputation locally for its
warm and friendly atmosphere. As well as boasting a reputation for good
food, the Dunavon's popular lounge bar stocks an extensive range of
quality beers, fine wines and Malt whiskies to choose from. This
locally owned and run hotel has won both hospitality awards and good
food awards and above all concentrates on doing what it is best at,
looking after guests and providing excellent food and drinks at very
reasonable prices. The Dunavon House Hotel will please people who want
to be treated as guests and not just a room number.
The lounge bar and separate restaurant
offer timeless character
enhanced by period pictures, posters and dark wood panels and screens
offering privacy and yet a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Locally we have a strong reputation for
good food and extensive choice
using only the highest quality Scottish fresh local produce. Meals can
be served in the separate restaurant or in the Lounge Bar.
The hotel has 18 bedrooms all with
en-suite facilities and all recently
decorated and re-furbished. Each room has a TV, tea and coffee
facilities, a trouser press and a hair dryer, craftsmanship, colour co-
ordination and soft lighting give both bedrooms and the hotel a
comfortable feeling no matter how far your travels have brought you.
The hotel is ideally situated to take
advantage of the many golf
courses located in the area Newmacher, Murcar, Royal Aberdeen,
Oldmeldrum, Inverurie, Cruden Bay and many others including those on
Royal Deeside, are all worth a look.
Those who are touring and are devotees of
old Castles, Fine Country
Houses and Whisky Distilleries will also find the hotel an excellent
The Highland Hotel
Address: 93-95 Crown Street, Scotland
Tel: +44 122 458 3685
Fax: +44 122 457 2551
Ideally situated in the heart of
Aberdeen, this charming family run
hotel is the perfect location for either business or pleasure.
The hotel has a very relaxed atmosphere,
complemented by comfortable
rooms, fine cuisine and superb service.
Located only yards from Aberdeen's Union
Street, some of Scotland's
best shops, restaurants and a lively nightlife are at your fingertips.
The train and bus stations are within
easy walking distance and the
airport is a short taxi ride away. For those travelling by car there is
a hotel car park.
The Highland Hotel has 40 bedrooms all
with private bath or shower colour
television, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Double, twin, family
and single rooms are all available. Most party sizes can be accommodated
easily and cost effectively.
The relaxed atmosphere of the hotel
continues into the dining room with
friendly, helpful staff providing traditional Scottish hospitality
where nothing is too much trouble.
The Saddlery Restaurant is very popular
with both locals and visitors
alike and offers a superb choice of traditional and international
dishes with an unbeatable combination of quality and value.
A few minutes walk from Union street and
you come across The Saddlery
restaurant, tucked beneath. The highland Hotel in Crown street.
Superb food and the warmest of welcomes
attract visitors and local's time
after time. The restaurant is based around a Blacksmith's workshop giving it
a rustic charm and genuine character.
The Saddlery menu offers a truly varied
choice of traditional and
international fayre, from a local steak to a far eastern stir-fry.
There's always something new to try.
The Saddlery Restaurant is very popular
with both locals and visitors
alike and offers a superb choice of traditional and international
dishes with an unbeatable combination of quality and value.
The Saddlery is fortunate to have the
excellent skills of one of
Aberdeen's finest chefs. Tom Bews has worked with some of the best-
known hotels and restaurants in the area.
His genuine enjoyment of food ensures the
highest quality ingredients
and a wide choice of dishes. Tom believes it is great food, sensible
prices and a friendly service that keeps bringing people back to The
The Marcliffe at Pitfodels Hotel
Address: North Deeside Road, Pitfodels, Scotland
Zip Code: AB15 9YA
Tel: +44 122 486 1000
Fax: +44 122 486 8860
A country hotel in the city of Aberdeen.
We welcome you to a family
hotel, proud of its atmosphere of warmth, ease and charm. Set amidst
mature trees in 8 acres of wooded grounds, the hotel has an instantly
recognisable feeling of the country.
You will be perfectly placed to explore
all scotland has to offer.
Whether you are with us for a day or a week we hope our discreet,
friendly and professional servie will make your stay an
A luxurious, relaxed and elegant 5-Star
country hotel set in the
picturesque North-east of Scotland on the outskirts of the historic
city of Aberdeen.
Since the Marcliffe at Pitfodels was
opened in 1993 by Soviet Premier
Mikhail Gorbachev, it has earned an unrivalled reputation as Aberdeenıs
only five-star hotel and the ideal base for exploring all the many
riches that Scotland has to offer. Although the hotel offers superb
facilities, which has earned it membership of the coveted Small Luxury
Hotels of the World, it is essentially a friendly family hotel run by
host Stewart Spence - and proud of its atmosphere of warmth, ease and
You will have your own reasons for
seeking an hotel of the calibre of
the Marcliffe at Pitfodels. Perhaps you wish to visit the Grampian
Region for a business meeting. Perhaps you simply want to relax and
chill-out in the ambience of an exclusive hotel. Or perhaps you want to
be in adventurous mood and strike out on a tourist trail in
which Scotland is the perfect place to explore the past, the present
and the future.
Drenched in history with a rich heritage
to be proud of, you can
discover Scotland and all of its glory from a base which is ideally
located to embrace many of the countryıs finest attractions
within easy travelling distance.
When you choose the Marcliffe at
Pitfodels as your hotel of choice, you
can select from two suites and 37 bedrooms - all individually designed
with your comfort in mind. Suites and rooms have king-size or zip-link
beds while adjoining rooms have double and twin beds to accommodate
four residents, with extra roll-away beds available for larger
Naturally, we all have all the ancillary
facilities you would expect of
a five-star hotel and we are proud of our 24-hour room service and our
attentive staff who will guarantee to make your stay at the Marcliffe
at Pitfodels a memorable experience.
We pride ourselves on our cuisine. In the
design and preparation of our
meals, our chefs can call on locally grown vegetables to complement
Scotlandıs finest fish, meat and game...and reflect the truly Scottish
nature of the hotel.
Set amidst mature trees in eight acres of
wooded grounds, our hotel has
an instantly recognisable feeling of the country, but is only 10
minutes from the centre of Aberdeen, Europeıs oil capital and one of
the one most distinctive and beautiful cities in the UK with its
predominantly granite buildings.
Aberdeen has a rich maritime past as a
great trading city - famous for
its ship building and fishing industries and its pre-eminence now as a
major player in the worldıs oil and gas industries. Aberdeen is the
gateway to Royal Deeside and Balmoral Castle which has been the
British Royal Familyıs holiday home through seven generations since
We are right in the heart of Scotlandıs
Castle and Whisky country -
home to more castles per acre than anywhere else in the UK - nearly 300
if you want to count! The Castle Trail takes in 11 of the finest
examples of Scotlandıs building heritage. And we are no distance from
the worldıs only Malt Whisky Trail in Moray - a route taking in eight
malt whisky distilleries and one cooperage.
The Grampian area offers a multitude of
sports and leisure attractions,
including 52 excellent golf courses, among them the famous Royal
Aberdeen Golf Club.
The areaıs coastline offers great
opportunities for watersport
enthusiasts and two of Scotland ski-ing destinations - The Lecht and
Glenshee - are located in Scotlandıs Castle and Whisky Country. The
many mountains, glens and hills offer a choice for walkers of all
abilities and some of Scotlandıs best fishing can be found on the Spey,
Dee, Don, Deveron and Ythan. And the areaıs natural environment of
rivers, mountains and forests are ideal for a wide variety of
outdoor activities - including cycling, canoeing, off-road driving,
rafting, shooting, stalking, trekking and diving.
As one of the UKıs most select hotels,
the Marcliffe at Pitfodels has
welcomed many distinguished guests. From the British Royal Family there
has been HRH Prince Charles and HRH Princess Anne foreign dignitaries
including the Sultan of Brunei, British Prime Minister and world
statesman Tony Blair, actor Charlton Heston and rock star Rod Stewart
from the showbusiness world and legendary US golfer Tom Watson.
It also caters specifically for the
business and corporate world. The
hotel offers a wide choice of six private banqueting and conference
rooms. These striking individually decorated suites are ideal for
cocktail parties, private luncheons and dinners, reception and board
meetings for any number from two to 400.
Many special events such as themed
banquets, new product launches,
press conferences and satellite conferencing have been held in the
various suites for our extensive private corporate client portfolio.
And if you seek a romantic wedding in the most romantic of country, the
Marcliffe at Pitfodels will provide an all-in package to cater for all
your needs - even a kilted Scottish piper.
Marycutler House Hotel
Address: South Deeside Road, Maryculter, Scotland
Zip Code: AB12 5GB
Tel: +44 122 473 2124
Fax: +44 122 473 3510
Situated on the banks of the famous River
Dee, this collection of
buildings is steeped in Scottish History. Dating back to the 12th
Century, clearly documented through King John, Bonnie Price Charlie and
even the Titanic Disaster, this was at one time the homeland of the
Knights Templar, who gave pilgrims protected passage on their way to
the Holy Land.
The House became a Hotel shortly after
Word War II and has been
undergoing a programme of refurbishment for the past couple of years.
An abundance of natural stone and exposed
fireplaces, with tall beamed
ceilings that convey a theatrical style, the Hotel has been carefully
enhanced by stylish decoration to create a winning combination of
modern luxury with period detail.
Whether you visit to the Grampian Region
is for business in Europe's
Oil Capital, a relaxing break to get away, or just looking for an
adventurous holiday, Maryculter House Hotel is the perfect place to
Choose from one of our twenty-two luxury
bedrooms, all fitted with
ancillary facilities you would expect to find in a quality Hotel, down
to Broadband telephone facilities in all bedrooms.
Dine in either of our quality
restaurants, serving only the finest of
Scottish produce, cooked and presented by a dedicated, professional
Kitchen Brigade, who take pride in their cuisine. Then finish off
dinner in the historic setting of the Cocktail Bar, with its grand open
fire and stone walls dating back to 1225 AD. You will then see that
Scottish history becomes a compelling part of your stay at Maryculter
A perfect base in which to explore
Scotland's tourist trails. At the
heart od Scotland's Castle & Whisky country, where we have more Castles
per Acre then anywhere in the UK, nearly 300 if you wanted to count
them all. The main Castle trail takes in 11 of the finest examples of
Scotland's building heritage (including Balmoral Castle, home to the
British Royal Family).
Once you have completed the Castle Trail,
a small stones-throw away is
the World's only Malt Whisky Trail situated in Moray, a route which
takes in eight of Scotland's finest Malt whisky distilleries. Then take
a short stroll along the North-East scenic costal trail, taking in many
of the picturesque and beautiful villages.
Looking for a more active break. Then
look no further. The Grampian
area offers a multitude of sports and leisure pursuits, from the
excellent golf courses (over 50 to choose form) the most famous being
the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, to the superb fishing on the rivers Dee,
Spey and Deveron. Then venture into the natural majestic environment of
the mountains, forests and rivers, where you can participate in
activities ranging from skiing, cycling, canoeing, shooting, off-road
driving, gliding, diving and rafting, to name but a few.
Visit Aberdeen City (Europe's Oil
Capital) rich in history from its
maritime past of boat building and fishing industries, nowadays
modernised with the growth of the Oil and Gas industries. From the art
galleries, museums, theatres and shopping venues, you will find
something to suit everyone in this diverse multi-national city.
Over the years, guests from all corners
of the World have been welcomed
to Maryculter House Hotel and its warm friendly atmosphere, by charming
polite employees in a relaxed environment and this tradition has
continued to this very day. Don't just take my word for it, come and
visit us for yourself.
The hotel offers 23 spacious en-suite
bedrooms, each having modern
conveniences including Satellite, colour television (with Sky Sports 1
and 3), telephone modem facilities. Additional secretarial services are
available from reception. Also within the rooms are Tea/Coffee
refreshment facilities, trouser press and hairdryer with ironing
facilities being available on request.
Within the ensuite bathroom each have
complimentary toiletries (bath
gel, shampoo, conditioner, hand soap, etc). large fluffy towels, with
bath robes available upon request.
Each of our twenty three bedrooms have
been individually furnished and
decorated in-keeping with this historic and elegant style.
The popular honeymoon suite boasts a high
ceiling and spectacular views
of the surrounding countryside, whilst our family rooms are spacious
The Old Mill Inn
Address: South Deeside Road, Marycutler, Scotland
Zip Code: AB12 5FX
Tel: +44 122 473 3212
Fax: +44 122 473 2884
An historic 200 year old family run
country inn only 5 miles west of
Aberdeen, Scotland on the edge of the famous river Dee.
The hotel has been extensively
refurbished to provide a high level of
comfort and personal service in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
They say the key ingredient of any meal
is experience - and at The Old
Mill Inn we have years of it.
Our new menu is compiled from over 60
years combined kitchen knowledge.
Our chefs have brought together some old and new dishes, using only the
finest produce from Scotland's larder. As well as daily changing
specials, taking advantage of seasonal changing markets, we offer the
family favourite section, which caters for everyone. So, it's not just
run of the mill at the Old Mill.
The stone tablet at our entrance shows
the original building on this
site was constructed in 1797. It may have changed somewhat over the
years and you may not have arrived in a horse-drawn carriage, but you
can expect the same warm welcome that has greeted travellers and local
residents over the years.
The Old Mill has long remained a
family-run hostelry providing the
finest of fare in welcoming surroundings.
Owners Vic and Audrey Sang and their
partner Mike French, invite you to
help celebrate a true milestone in the history of the Old Mill Inn in
the best way possible - by enjoying your evening.
Set in an idylic rural setting with its
unique spacious split level
design, the Old Mill Inn's Suite is one of the North East's premier
Only 10 minutes from Aberdeen city centre
with its large car park, it
is the ideal venue for your special event.
Udny Arms Hotel
Address: Mains Street, Newburgh, Ellon
Zip Code: AB41 0BL
Tel: +44 135 878 9444
Fax: +44 135 878 9012
A world away from the hustle and bustle,
it's hard to believe that the
Udny Arms Hotel is only twenty minutes' drive from Aberdeen's city
centre - and just as close to the airport. Aberdeen itself is around
two and a half hours from Glasgow and two hours from Edinburgh and also
has excellent rail and air links with other major UK cities.
It is always a pleasure to hear guests
ask for their usual room. We
like to think they feel at home here because the carefully chosen
furnishings, antique furniture and prints make each of our
twenty six rooms entirely individual. In fact, in these days of
standardised rooms, the only thing that is standard about our
accommodation is its unquestionable comfort - along with, of
course, the usual conveniences of en suite bathrooms, television and
direct dial telephones. Little wonder that while some of our guests
rise early for a brisk walk or a swift 18 holes before lunch, others
can only be stirred from their comfy rooms by the irresistible
prospect of enjoying a delicious breakfast as the river drifts by the
dining room window.
Whatever the time of year, this beautiful
area offers visitors a wealth
of scenic, sporting and unashamedly indulgent pursuits - all within
easy reach of the Udny Arms Hotel. With the Sands of Forvie on our
doorstep and the Loch of Strathbeg RSPB Reserve close by, this is
heaven on earth for ornithologists - as well as for wintering grey
geese and eider duck.
Lovers of the great outdoors can tour the
Castle Trail, or go biking
and rambling. They can sample the Water of Life on Speyside's famous
Whisky Trail, land a bargain in Aberdeen's exclusive shops or fish for
sea trout and salmon in our challenging rivers. Lovers of the great
indoors, on the other hand, can simply relax with a glass of something
warming, linger over our irresistible cuisine and succumb to the
relaxing atmosphere that brings our guests back to the Udny Arms Hotel
time and again.
Over the years, we are delighted to have
played host to many special
occasions - from wedding ceremonies and birthday parties to business
conferences and board meetings. Dozens of happy couples have celebrated
their special day here - some choosing to hold the service in our
grounds before they dance the night away in our light and airy Garden
Suite. Our ample experience in organising family celebrations ensures a
perfect day - from arranging a bride's carriage to providing a birthday
cake.Business clients - from groups of ten to one hundred - enjoy the
convenience of being close to Aberdeen yet a world away from the
office's ringing telephones.
While peace and quiet for your meeting
are guaranteed in our Garden
Suite, we are always on hand to provide whatever you may require - from
video conferencing to morning coffee.
Years of experience in organising special
events mean we will do all
the running around on your behalf and make every arrangement. So you
can save your energy, relax and enjoy the business - or pleasure - of
Whatever the event you are celebrating,
leave it to us to make it an
even more memorable day.
Seminar, lecture, board meeting or
working breakfast - we take the hard
work out of organising the day.
Whatever the time of year, this beautiful
area offers a wealth of
sporting and unashamedly indulgent pursuits - all within easy reach of
the Udny Arms Hotel.
For most of your outdoor activities we
have joined forces with one of
Scotland's leading outdoor activity companies. At Kingscliff you will
find trained and friendly staff in all the activities they provide,
which is the reason we recommend them.
Please tell us the activities you would
like to do and we will make a
tailor made package to suit you or your clients.
Kingscliff has a superb range of layouts
suitable for novice and
competitive shooters. All newcomers are accompanied by one of our
safety officers and for those wanting to improve their technique,
qualified instruction is available by the hour. Ladies and children are
All equipment is provided and full safety
briefings are given to
newcomers and parties.
An ideal and low cost introduction to
shooting for youngsters and
adults who haven't grown up.
Discover the excitement of the
North-East's newest 4x4 driving course.
Whether you are a 4x4 owner looking to push your vehicle to the max, or
you are simply hungry for your next thrill, we offer a truly memorable
experience for both groups and individuals. Use of vehicles and
qualified instruction included.
Alternatively, check out our quad course
which is carved through
natural woodland. We have eight 150cc bikes available for hire. Full
safety briefing given. Suitable for adults and children age 12 and
upwards. Minimum size of party - 4 people.
In association with Kites'n'Stuff, the
power kite specialists who are
now based at Kingscliff, we bring you all the thrills of kite buggying,
power kiting and stunt kiting. Why not boo a session with a qualified
instructor and learn to get the best from the latest equipment. One of
the fastest growing sports in Britain - experience it first at
For a gentle and relaxing sport,
accessible to all ages, why not try
archery. All equipment and instruction are provided.
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