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Best things to do in Aboyne

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Café
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“This is a dog friendly cafe with wholesome, healthy and often organic produce. Log stove and mix of chairs and tables. Lots of vege and vegan specials and breakfast is served from 8:30 which is unusually early. ”
5local recommendations
Bus Station
“A great place for pub grub and a nice drink. About a 30 minute drive from Copper Beech B&B.”
5local recommendations
Bar
“Just a short walk from the house, the Boat Inn is a cosy pub that offers a cosy place for a drink and a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Relaxed and family friendly. See https://theboatinnaboyne.co.uk/”
7local recommendations
Grocery or Supermarket
“The Aboyne Co-op shop is open between 6 am and 10 pm. You'll find all your daily necessities here and thanks to its long opening hours whether you're leaving early or arriving late you're likely going to be able to pop-in.”
1local recommendations
Route
“The bus stops right on top of Allachlade Court (where we are) lead to both Aberdeen (Northbound; 201) - £11.05 for a single ticket and £13.50 for a daily ticket (we have maps of the zones, it actually lets you explore quite far in each direction from Aberdeen). The South-East bound stop heads to Ballater and Braemar deep into the heart of Deeside with even more beautiful sights, including the iconic Balmoral Castle.”
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Establishment
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Point of Interest
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Premise
“Unique site with fantastic waterfall and views across Loch Davan and Loch Kinnord in the Dinnet Nature Reserve.”
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School
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Housing Development
“The 201/202 Bus stop on Bellwood Road is the nearest one to the Den. Buses come roughly every hour (we have schedules at home or online if you need to have a look). From here you can get to Aberdeen ( £11.05/single or £13.50 daily). These go via Banchory where there are some lovely sites to view as well as more shopping and eating places. This is the E-NE bound line. Heading W-SW you will go towards Braemar which is full of sightseeing spots, shopping and more eateries.”
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Store
“A restaurant and shop. good, quick food and home-made soup and cakes. Child friendly, fast service and good value. toasties/sandwiches/ baked potatoes/ all day breakfast”
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Restaurant
“Coffee cakes and home- made snacks and soup. Friendly cafe in village centre near the Post office.”
1local recommendations
Point of Interest