Premier Inn Aberdeen - City Centre

Inverlair House, West North Street (formerly known as Premier Lodge), Aberdeen, AB24 5AR, United Kin
Premier Inn Aberdeen City Centre
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How about a VT meeting in Aberdeen?

by Minashka

Hi there!
I am coming to Aberdeen this Tuesday (Dec. 14th) for a week and was wondering if there are any VT meetings happening then... It is gonna be my first time in Scotland and I'd appreciate your suggestions/comments on what to do, what to see!
Anyone wants anything from Azerbaijan, by the way? Let me know :))) Look forward to visiting your beautiful country!
All the best,

Re: How about a VT meeting in Aberdeen?

by mrjemm

Hi Minai,

Welcome to sunny Aberdeen! As possibly the most active VTer in town, I should greet you and offer my time, but sadly I am working nightshifts this week.

If you want any advice though, please don't hesitate to ask, if I don't know the answer, I am sure I could find out easily enough.

Have a great time, I guess you in the oil business- that's why most people come here and why I was in Baku myself.

Best wishes, Jem

Travel Tips for Aberdeen


by AC1

When you hang around this country long enough, you will start to notice that the Scotish speaks some kind of language... well.. they call it Scotish, not English...

In actual facts, it is English, spoken in a faster matter and replaced with some local words...


"Fit like?" means "How are you?" and you should reply by saying "Nee Baaah... " means "Not bad."

Interesting.... I will add more as we go along..

Crovie, a Little Town on the Moray Firth

by ringleader

"Just 40 miles north of Aberdeen you can relax in a tranquil fishing village, little changed in over 100 years.
The first settlement in Crovie was about 1297, and the nearby St John's Church dates as far back as 1004.

In the 1700s the village started to expand, with about 20 cottages and 100 residents recorded in 1791. By 1900 this had expanded to 66 cottages and 300 people, largely as a result of population shifts from the Highland Clearances. Most people earned their living from the sea, a harsh life that ended in January 1953, when massive storms devastated the Scottish coastline, destroying several Crovie cottages and forcing the residents to flee. Few wished to return, and the local council plotted to bulldoze the entire village into the sea. Fortunately some of the owners rebelled and formed the Crovie Preservation Society, dedicated to restoring Crovie as a living village. Nearly all cottages have since been renovated and it is these owners who continue to keep Crovie in the unique condition you can enjoy today."

(We're collecting info for our own upcoming trip and found this info at We use our VT pages to collect information that helps plan our own family trips.)

You should really visit Brig o...

by katiejt

You should really visit Brig o Balgownie - not a typical tourist spot, but it's just absolutely lovely - standing on the cobbled bridge, looking down to the river, you could almost have stepped back in time. Once you get there, admire the views and take some photos. Then, I have to admit, there's nothing much else to do except turn back. But it is lovely.

Supper at 3am

by AC1 about The Fish and Chips Shop

After a long night out, you are down with equivalent of at least two pitches of cocktails, feeling hungry and it is real late.. McDonald, Burger Kings, etc close at 2am on Friday and Sat. You just missed them.. No worries.. There is this Fish and Chip Shop.. just round the corner on Belmont St.

Though some say when you are hungry and drunk anything will taste good, I have to say that this one is definitely very good even if you are sober. Large piece of deep fried sea bass, chips with salt and vinegar... hmmm... yummy... and they are served steamy hot. Fish and Chips of course...


by stevezero

Stonehaven is a pretty little town, some 20kms south of Aberdeen city.
The town has a pretty harbourside, quaint Scottish buildings, and a nice beach.
However the most famous thing about the town isDunnottar Castle which you can find about 1.5kms South of Stonehaven town centre


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 Premier Inn Aberdeen - City Centre

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Address: Inverlair House, West North Street (formerly known as Premier Lodge), Aberdeen, AB24 5AR, United Kin