Thinking about selecting a holiday park in Aberdeenshire for your upcoming short break or holiday? It’s a beautiful and scenic area of Scotland which has many accommodation options on offer. Driving from one end of Aberdeenshire to the other you’ll find it to be a region with many different facets. From luxury lodges to budget caravans and cabins, we have a great selection in this rugged Scottish region!
Royal Deeside Woodland Lodges set in the heart of Royal Deeside and on the fringes of the …
- Tranquil setting
- Ideal for exploring
- Lochside location
From £385 per Week
Superbly located between the thriving city of Aberdeen and traditional fishing town of Montrose …
- Coastal location
- Beaches nearby
- Great base for exploring
From £235 per Week
Aberdeenshire Holiday Guide
From some of the best agricultural land in Scotland and rugged mountain scenery to beautiful clean sandy beaches, tiny harbour fishing villages and the busy port city of Aberdeen with its huge ferry and fishing fleet traffic.
Aberdeen, also known as the ‘Granite City’ is home to over 800 shops with all the best known High Street names being found in the city’s shopping centres, selling everything from the latest designer fashions to traditional Scottish crafts. A huge variety of restaurants and eateries serve food from all corners of the world with Mexican, Italian, Greek, Indian, Thai, French and Hungarian side by side with traditional Scottish fare. You’ll find a wide range of entertainment and events in Aberdeen with plenty of theatre and live music events featuring many of the ‘big names’ from TV, the West End and the rock and pop scene. We have a selection of Aberdeenshire Caravans, lodges, and holiday parks all within easy distance of the city.
The Royal connection in Aberdeenshire takes you to an entirely different scene on Royal Deeside at Balmoral , the Scottish home of the Royal Family. The grounds, gardens and exhibitions at Balmoral are closed to the Public during August, September and early October as the Royal Family are in residence, but there are guided tours available at most other times of the year.
The tiny fishing villages dotted along the northern coast of Aberdeenshire are a joy to explore, with tiny villages such as Crovie which is only accessible on foot. Squeezed between the cliffs and the sea, Crovie sits on such a narrow stretch of land that there is only enough room left for a footpath which runs along the seawall to give access to the village’s houses. As residents have to make do with a small car park, all visitors to Crovie are requested to park their cars slightly up the hill. Many of the small villages along the coast are linked by the North Sea Trail which provides wonderful off road walking with beautiful scenery and wildlife and occasionally bracing weather!
From caravans near quaint fishing villages to luxurious lodge resorts close to Royal Deeside we know if you choose this great region for your next break or holiday you won’t be disappointed!