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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire is a coastal county in the north-east of Scotland, Aberdeenshire is bounded by the Highlands to the west and to the south by Angus and Perth and Kinross. Places to Visit in Aberdeenshire Haddo House and Drum Castle, Garden & Estate are listed below.
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Explore one of Scotland's finest Stately Homes Haddo House was designed by William Adam for the 2nd Earl of Aberdeen in 1732, but refurbished in the 1880s. The House elegantly blends crisp Georgian architecture with sumptuous late Victorian interiors by Wright and Mansfield. On display is a superb collection of portraits by Pompeo Batoni, William Mosman and the `Castles of Aberdeenshire´ series by James Giles. Haddo is noted for its fine furniture and artwork. It also boasts a delightf...
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Explore one of Royal Deeside's top historic attractions at Drum Castle The keep at Drum Castle is one of the three oldest tower houses surviving in Scotland. The original house was enlarged with the creation of a very fine Jacobean mansion in 1619 and a later addition during the reign of Queen Victoria. The castle was lived in, until 1975, for over 650 years by the Irvine family. Inside the house are an excellent collection of portraits and good Georgian furniture. The gardens were dest...
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Discover the History of Leith Hall Leith Hall is a charming and intimate Scottish family home dating back to 1650. The house offers a unique insight into the lives, loves and tragedies of the Leith-Hay family over the last four centuries. On display is an interesting variety of antique family furniture, china, artwork and tapestries. The military memorabilia is housed in an exhibition `For Crown and Country´. In the grounds there are 18th century stables and an ice house. The forma...
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Murcar Links has undergone alterations recently which has stretched the layout to 6,560 yards. Originally designed by Archie Simpson and revised by James Braid, it is located on a classic stretch of links land with massive sand dunes, undulating fairways, and is covered in whins and heather with some magnificent views across the North Sea. There can be some wicked bounces off the crumpled fairways and there are burns and the odd blind shot to contend with. The signature hole is considered to...
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Visit the Enchanting Crathes Castle A wonderful 16th century granite tower house decorated with dramatic gargoyles, overhanging turrets and little conical roofs, Crathes Castle has four storeys and an attic to explore. The stand-out features of this classic L-tower house are the lovely painted ceilings, some retained in their original form and others beautifully restored. From the oak-panelled Long Gallery on the top floor of the castle the views down below of the castle gardens and o...
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Explore the Stunning Grounds at Fyvie Castle Fyvie Castle was once a royal stronghold, one of a chain of fortresses throughout medieval Scotland. The five towers are traditionally associated with the five successive families that lived there. The oldest part dates from the 13th century, and an air of mystery is created by the ghosts and legends associated with it. A rich portrait collection includes works by Batoni, Raeburn, Romney, Gainsborough, Opie and Hoppner. Also a fine collection...
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Trump International Golf Links sits on the stunning Aberdeenshire coastline, offering an exceptional level of golf for players of all abilities. With stunning natural beauty and incredible hospitality, this is very much a destination course.
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Visit one of Scotland's most Beautiful Castle Fyvie Castle was once a royal stronghold, one of a chain of fortresses throughout medieval Scotland. The five towers are traditionally associated with the five successive families that lived there. The oldest part dates from the 13th century, and an air of mystery is created by the ghosts and legends associated with it. A rich portrait collection includes works by Batoni, Raeburn, Romney, Gainsborough, Opie and Hoppner. Also a fine coll...
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Scotland's Moray Firth teems with life and it's all on show at this fascinating aquarium! Discover hundreds of local sea creatures in exciting displays, including the unique kelp reef exhibit. Watch divers feed the fish and get hands on with seashore animals at the touch pools. Enjoy daily feeding shows, kids' quizzes, a gift shop and all day tickets.
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Duff House was planned by James Braid in 1910 before Alister Mackenzie redesigned it in 1923. It is a flat, beautifully manicured parkland course with little rough and big two-tiered greens. The emphasis is placed on natural beauty rather than artificial features. There are no steep hills on the undulating fairways and few blind approach shots. There is always an alternative route for those not wishing to take risks over long carries. Two feature holes are the seventh, a 460-yard par four al...
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