The Elgin Kintore Arms, Scotland

Set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Aberdeen Shire countryside in the historic town of Inverurie, The Elgin Kintore Arms Hotel, which dates back to 1855, offers one of the warmest welcomes of Scotland in UK.

History

The historic Elgin Kintore Arms Hotel, which dates back to 1855, is set amongst some of the Aberdeen Shire’s most stunning landscapes. On the banks of the River Don and the River Ury, the thriving market town of Inverurie is a pleasure to visit, and an excellent place from which to explore northern Scotland.

Location

The Hotel is a 15 minute drive from Aberdeen Airport and the Aberdeen City Center can be reached in less than 30 minutes. This is a perfect place from which to explore the region’s many sights and attractions.

The Elgin Kintore Arms, Scotland

Set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Aberdeen Shire countryside in the historic town of Inverurie, The Elgin Kintore Arms Hotel, which dates back to 1855, offers one of the warmest welcomes of Scotland in UK.

History

The historic Elgin Kintore Arms Hotel, which dates back to 1855, is set amongst some of the Aberdeen Shire’s most stunning landscapes. On the banks of the River Don and the River Ury, the thriving market town of Inverurie is a pleasure to visit, and an excellent place from which to explore northern Scotland.

Location

The Hotel is a 15 minute drive from Aberdeen Airport and the Aberdeen City Center can be reached in less than 30 minutes. This is a perfect place from which to explore the region’s many sights and attractions.

Rooms

There are 27 well appointed bedrooms at The Elgin Kintore Arms Hotel. Each one has ensuite bathrooms, free view TV, tea & coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board and, complementary toiletries 

Explore Our Destination

Inverurie of Scotland, United Kingdom

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 always of interest to visitors to this area. Other notable local attractions include Fraser Castle, Fyvie Castle and the Loch of Strat beg (a wildlife Special Protection Area). There are many fine golf courses in the area and the Cairngorms National Park is a 40-minute drive. 

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