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Quietly sitting in the grounds of our old South Manse, this steading (Scottish for barn) has been newly converted into a 2 bedroomed, warm, comfortable and cosy sanctuary.
A perfect and peaceful retreat for romantics, castle explorers, and Malt Whisky distillery enthusiasts. The River Dee is a stone’s throw away for the Fisherman and Deeside can claim some of the most picturesque golf courses in Scotland. Local outdoor pursuits for the active include; Skiing, Cycling, Munro and Corbett bagging, Horse Riding, and Gliding. Or for those who simply need to ‘get away from it all’ – this is the place to stay.
Tucked away on the outskirts of Aboyne on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, the location is famous for its micro climate and often on the national news for both the warmest and the coldest place in the UK. The local pub is just a short walk away on the banks of the River Dee. Aboyne has a well stocked Co-op and at George Strachan, a recently refurbished general store, one can find anything from a simple plug to a fine selection of Scottish produce, including a fabulous collection of Malt Whisky. In the Old Station Square is a locally famous butcher, John Troup, who stocks a fine selection of local beef and game.
Expect a log fire, White Company bed linen, Cow Shed toiletories, under floor heating, wireless internet when you arrive, and a stylish contemporary feel throughout. The private garden is filled with wildlife and is a twitchers paradise. Hear owls at night, wood peckers in spring, and roe deer and red squirrel often visit. We have two friendly dogs and several hens – so free range eggs for breakfast. The Coo Hoose is family friendly accommodation where children of all ages are welcome. Short Breaks available.
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