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Aberdeen Guest House
The Aberdeen Guest House Butler's Guesthouse is conveniently located at 122 Crown Street in the City Centre. This provides convenient walking distance to entertainment such as the Aberdeen Music Hall
and His Majesty's Theatre
as well as the many pubs and restaurants
Butler's is a short taxi ride from the ferry terminal, bus and train station and about 20 minutes drive from Dyce Airport.
Butler's Guesthouse has been awarded three stars by the Scottish Tourist Board and is a family run B&B accommodation. The owners are Allen and Sheena Butler. It is no smoking with a mixture of single, double and family rooms which are en suite.
Guests at Butler's can use their free broadband wireless internet and email access.
Breakfast is included in their daily rates which start at £35 for a single room and from £25 per person for a double room. This usually consists of cereals, fruit juice, fruit, yoghurt, toast, a selection of tea or coffee. Guests of this Aberdeen B&B can opt to pay an extra £5 for a Scottish cooked breakfast which includes many fine foods from Scotland such as oatmeal porridge, brose (porridge made with whisky and honey), drop scones (Scots pancakes), kippers, kedgeree (rice dish with haddock and boiled eggs) or a more traditional fry up of items such as fried, scrambled, poached or boiled eggs, sausage, bacon, black pudding, beans, tomato, mushrooms, fried bread, potato scone, hash brown and haggis.
Butler's Guest House accepts payment by euro or sterling cash, cheque, credit card or switch and debit cards.
For more information or to book a room visit their website at www.butlersguesthouse.com or telephone 07596471140.
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Antrim Guest House
Antrim Guest House at 157 Crown Street is conveniently located just a short walk from the city centre. This family run guest house provides inexpensive, comfortable accommodation on the doorstep of the local shopping centres
, pubs, clubs, and restaurants
. It is also a short walk from the Rail and Bus terminals.
There are seven comfortable rooms and a small car park at the Antrim Guest House. There are no en-suites in the guest house and all of our guests share bathrooms. Though they do not currently serve breakfast or any other meals they do provide complimentary fresh fruit and cereal bars at reception and reflect this in their inexpensive prices. There are tea and coffee making facilities and fridges in each of the rooms.
The postcode for your sat nav is AB11 6HT or telephone 01224 590987. Visit www.antrimguesthouseaberdeen.co.uk
to make a reservation or for more information.
For those seeking a relaxing stay in rural Aberdeenshire in a picturesque setting then an Ellon B&B could be a consideration. Below are some of the Ellon Bed and Breakfast accommodation:
Inverebrie B&B is run by Anne Bridgeford and is about 20 minutes drive from the city centre. There are stunning views of the River Ythan, beautiful walks, great restaurants and country sport in this area. For more information, prices and availability please contact:
Inverebrie B & B
Mains of Inverebrie
Tel : 01358 761499
Website : www.inverebrie.com
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