Carmelite

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7 Stirling Street, (formerly Grampian), Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB11 6JU, United Kingdom
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68%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
24%
73
Very Good
24%
73
Average
20%
61
Poor
17%
52
Terrible
13%
41

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 93% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families52
  • Couples55
  • Solo53
  • Business41

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Brig Inn Hotel

by macaphee

Please could you tell me if The Brig Inn Hotel, Ellon Rd, Bridge of Don is any good? Also does anyone know what facilities the rooms and hotel have?

Thanks

RE: Brig Inn Hotel

by alba3811

I have stayed there quite a few times. It's the first place I call when I have to go to Aberdeen. The rooms are very comfortable, clean and tidy.

The staff are amazing and go out of their way to help you.

The rooms are ensuite, There is a bar downstairs which is very friendly and the restaurant is amazing. definately the best breakfast in Aberdeen.

They have a website www.brig-inn.co.uk you can see the rooms etc.

Travel Tips for Aberdeen

visit the area known as Lower...

by nickisim

visit the area known as Lower Deeside. This is where the Queen has her Highland country retreat of Balmoral Castle situated between the quaint villages of Ballater and Braemar.
The countryside here is amazing with spectacular views of lochs at Glen Muich, Lochnagar and Lynn O' Dee where wild deer roam free throughout the year.
A trip to the local fish market was also extremely interesting but remember to get up early!! Walking round the historic 'Old Aberdeen'. There were beautifully designed buildings such as the Kings College, St Machar's Cathedral, Marischal College and it soon became apparent just why this town is known as the Granite City.
On the fun side, it would have to be jumping down the dunes of Balmedie beach. Aberdeen may well be cold at times but it has some of the prettiest beaches that I have ever seen and the people are very warm hearted.

Football Madness

by marciaca

The Aberdeen Football Club and its fans still hang on to the memory that they were a quality team in the early 80s, culminating with a defeat of Rio Madrid in a European Cup Final.

The recent years haven't been as successful as Aberdeen finds itself near the bottom of the Scottish Premiership. Celtic on the otherhand hasn't lost all season.

Cullykhan Bay, Near Pennan

by stevezero

Cullykhan Bay is situated just below the site of the iron age fort. It has a small sandy beach and you will be unlucky if you have to share it with someone else even in the height of summer

It is a short walk down a boardwalk to the beach from the car park.

About 4kms form Gardenstown, just off B9031

Local Legend

by stevezero about The Broken Fiddle

The Broken Fiddle is a small cafe / restaurant that sells simple meals, snacks, breakfasts. It also recounts the tale of Mac Pherson, a Scottish Robin Hood - see seperate local customs tip. There is a huge mural depicting the legend.
The food is good too, and it is really good value.

Old Aberdeen

by tini58de

Old Aberdeen is one of the most significant sights in Aberdeen, maybe even South East Scotland. It still has the character of the old universities and cathedral and while strolling through the narrow streets you feel set back in time.....

Start your walk at the campus of Aberdeen University, then pass the old brewery, the old town hall and on to St. Machar's Cathedral. After visiting the Botanical garden it is no problem finding a bus to take you back to the city center.

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Address: 7 Stirling Street, (formerly Grampian), Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB11 6JU, United Kingdom