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Aberdeenshire

The Granite City and much, much more…

Welcome to Aberdeenshire!

Visitors to Aberdeenshire, known as Scotland’s castle and whisky country, have the opportunity to explore its dramatic coastline, the wide open rolling countryside, excellent golf courses and a whole lot more!

If you love food, Aberdeenshire’s restaurants and bars will definitely whet your appetite. Check out our guide to the Aberdeen’s cosiest cafes. Shopaholic? It doesn’t get much better than stylish Aberdeenshire, so have a browse of our recommendations for the best independent shopping. Or perhaps you’re more of a history buff? Well, there are hundreds of historic properties from prehistoric dwellings to castles, abbeys and cathedrals that tell the story of Aberdeenshire and the people who have called it home. There are also hundreds of attractions and hidden gems dotted across the region, including centuries-old distilleries, fantastic golf courses, ancient castles, cosy pubs and sparkling rivers and more.

Whatever it is you’re looking for in Aberdeenshire, let our informative blogs help shape your travel plans!

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Read our Aberdeenshire visitor blogs

Beat the winter blues with Aberdeen’s cosiest cafes
Eating out

Beat the winter blues with Aberdeen’s cosiest cafes

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The best pubs for craft beer in Aberdeenshire
Nightlife

The best pubs for craft beer in Aberdeenshire

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5 fab restaurants to try while in Aberdeenshire
Eating out

5 fab restaurants to try while in Aberdeenshire

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5 great ideas for a day out in Aberdeenshire
Things to do

5 great ideas for a day out in Aberdeenshire

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5 of the coolest bars in Aberdeen
Nightlife

5 of the coolest bars in Aberdeen

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You'll find our beautiful, printed guides in leading hotels across the UK and Ireland. But you can also read or download the e-book versions: filled with interesting articles, local information, discounts and special offers.

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