Weather Information From our latest survey, we are providing you the weather information about the town. (However, it is advisable to check the current weather before arranging any trip to avoid weather grievances). The temperatures shown in the table below are indicative and based on past weather trends. It is advisable to check current weather […]
Whether discovering a new perspective on traditional cuisine or watching the mist disappear along the windswept Highlands, uncovering dramatic castles, or enjoying the myths of the enticing landscape, each region in Scotland reveals a distinctive personality.
Wherever you are coming from, travelling to Scotland is convenient and simple, with lots of travel options available. Once here, the country’s road, rail and ferry network provides good access to all regions and to our many great visitor destinations.
Discover Inverurie The Elgin Kintore Arms Hotel is an excellent base from which to explore the wonders of the Aberdeen shire and Grampian landscapes. Close to Inverurie, are the Newsbeat stone circle and Easter Aquorthies – examples of 3rd millennium BC monuments. The Battles of Inverurie (1308 and 1745) and Battle of Harlow (1411) are […]
History The Elgin Kintore Arms is a heritage inn built since 1855 by a Scottish architect William Ramage. The building was originally consisted of 2 floors, an attic having 7-windows and a Doric column porch. The interior is harled with granite, Teakwood furniture, canted dormers and glazed windows. It was previously owned by a London-based […]
Overview The Elgin Kintore Arms is a 150 year-old Hotel representing a sophisticated example of classic Victorian Architecture. This heritage hotel lies on the spine of ruined castles, a majestic ocean, the glorious river Don and its tributary Ury. It is located in the vintage town of Inverurie which is known in popular parlance as […]