We chat to Kelly Morrison, the author and creator of new book The Deeside Way- A Companion Guide about her passion and inspiration behind writing the guide. As well as discussing some recommendations for coffee stops and points of interest along the 41 mile route that capture the essence of the places traversed, delving into the history and heritage of each location.
From the Cairngorms National Park to the borders of the Highlands, Aberdeenshire has plenty to see, taste and explore. Whether you prefer to spend your time in five-star hotels, haunted castles or embracing nature – here are 50 things to do during your next visit to Scotland’s northeast coast.
Corgarff Castle might seem isolated and lonely in remote Strathdon, but this little tower guards a vital route between Aberdeenshire and Speyside. Instantly recognisable with its pure white, star shaped wall, the castle holds over 400 years of stories that are almost as wild as the landscape itself.
Where to go for ice cream in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire Written by Colin FraserThe summer sun has made an early appearance seeing the masses take to their picnic blankets at beaches, river banks and parks across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. With…
There's been a burst of new food developments over the past few months. Get up to speed with the new restaurants, cafes and news in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Coffee lovers will be glad to hear that Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire has some incredible coffee houses under its belt. Here's your must visit spots for great coffee (and great cake) in North-east Scotland.
Whether you're craving a cheese toastie or a sandwich of skyscraping stature, here are some of the best places in Aberdeen to grab an epic lunch.
Meet Jeweller and Silversmith Megan Falconer Connecting you with the people of Scotland by sharing their stories Megan runs a jewellery and silversmithing business from her workshop at Deemouth Artist Studios in Torry, Aberdeen. Hi Megan, can you please introduce…
The change in season has brought plenty of new food and drink spots to explore in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Find out what awaits your taste buds in my highlights of new arrivals.
Extending across ninety-one miles from St Cyrus to Logie Head, the Aberdeenshire coastline connects sandy bays with rugged cliffside. Considered an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that has preserved the beautiful historic harbours that flourished in centuries prior, it’s also home to many charming villages that are well worth a visit. Here are our favourites.
Tempt me with anything of the sweet variety and I'm anybody's. Icing topped sponges, sticky cinnamon buns, elegant cupcakes and picture-perfect patisserie, there’s plenty to fill your boots with in the city and the shire.
We’re spoiled by 165 miles of stunning shoreline here in North-east Scotland and taking it that step further, are the glorious places to dine along the way.
In Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire we are truly spoiled with stunning locations. From grand castles to historic fishing villages, rugged countryside to chilling clifftops, it’s really no surprise that the North-east has acted as the backdrop to star-studded movies and inspired legendary storytellers.
Discover things to see and do in this Aberdeen City guide for Summer 2021 with Visit Scotland, as part of their campaign Hame Town Tourist.
Rooted is a botanical emporium specialising in indoor plants and botanic based items and beautiful things to enhance life, in Aberdeen City.
The vast array of unique and varied habitats spread throughout the Scottish mainland and its islands means a plethora of rare, beautiful and curious creatures can be found burrowed in undergrowth, perched on a mountainside, soaring the skies, prancing across open moorland and diving among the waves.
This week we will be exploring Aberdeenshire's most haunted locations to get us in the Halloween spirit. Do you dare to visit?