How to get Here, Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms, Scotland

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Getting here couldn’t be simpler – we are located 40 mins inland from Aberdeen International Airport, which has connections to many other airports and hubs in UK, Europe and the rest of the world. Direct flights come from : London, Belfast, Frankfurt, Kristiansund, Stavanger and more.  Please visit their website for further details www.aberdeenairport.com

Stagecoach Bluebird’s buses www.stagecoachbus.com offer a reliable link with the towns and villages all over the North-east, offering a regular Bus Service, with special day return tickets at an affordable cost. Click Here to view the bus times. If you want to travel around the Aberdeen city attractions then check out First Group www.firstgroup.com, an international rail and bus company with its headquarters in Aberdeen, operate a high frequency network of services across the city. Click Here to view Aberdeen bus service routes. Day or week saver deals are available to link the City and the Shire it’s called the  “Grasshopper” Scheme.

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Joining us by train? Regular services run from London, other major UK cities and Europe. The national rail service provider is British Rail and their website for booking travel can be found here. www.britishrail.com Local hourly connections from Aberdeen to Glasgow or Edinburgh are with  www.scotrail.co.uk. Lastly, East Coast Trains run services along the East Coast Main Line and frequently run trains from cities such as Edinburgh, York, Newcastle and London further details can be found on their website www.eastcoast.co.uk.

 

 

If you’re travelling by car, it’s worth knowing that some routes are marked as designated tourist routes, enabling you to soak up the atmosphere and scenery en route, and begin the experience before you arrive. Car Hire is readily available from Aberdeen Airport. Click Here to read more.

Main routes from the south are via A90 to Aberdeen, or via the A9 to Perth and then on the A93 through Blairgowrie to Braemar. Additionally many choose the following, the A957 Slug Road from Stonehaven to Crathes, or the B974 Cairn O’Mount road, From the A90, turning left 1 mile past Stracathro services at Northwater Bridge and on through Fettercairn, over the Cairn and onto Banchory.

Current traffic conditions when travelling from England

Current traffic conditions in Scotland

We have ferry links from Aberdeen Ferry Terminal at Jamieson’s Quay, with Northlink Ferries . These connect the Northern Islands of Orkney & Shetland, so whatever your chosen mode of transport, you’re sure to find something to complement your holiday.

We look forward to welcoming you soon.