“The legacy of heroes is the memory of a great name and the inheritance of a great example.” B. Disraeli.
Proud of its Aberdonian and Scottish heritage: the Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen, is an inheritance of information about the totally unique, and world-famous; Gordon Highlanders. Introduce the whole family to a legacy of extraordinary men, who, for 200 years: made one of the greatest regiments the British Army has ever seen! The only 5-star Visit Scotland attraction in Aberdeen - stories come to life in this truly amazing attraction, with highly knowledgeable and inspiring guides, who are warm, friendly and extremely dynamic, resulting in a captivating experience for the whole family. Formed in 1881, and recruited in north-eastern Scotland, they were then merged into The Highlanders in 1994, and all these stories are very important for future generations, helping them to remember the sacrifices people made. Set within a 19th century house, the museum contains an enormous collection of memorabilia, which includes regimental silverware, historical artefacts and weapons. With free car parking and a delightful cafe, there’s something for everyone - here in the house for heroes.
Found within the enchanting embrace of nature, Bogenraith House is a haven of romance that transcends time. Its mere 20-minute proximity to Aberdeen Airport belies the magical journey it offers, whisking you into a world of tranquility and intimacy.
Disblair House Hotel, located a mere 12 miles from Aberdeen, is a charming retreat nestled within reach of Aberdeenshire's top attractions. Run by the welcoming owners, Karolyn and Chris, this boutique hotel offers a unique escape. With just three cozy rooms,
Perched perfectly on the enchanting harbor of Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, the Shorehead Guest House is a true gem that captures the essence of a perfect coastal retreat. Under the attentive care of owners Jane and Earle Davidson, this haven exudes warmth and charm that instantly