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Huntly Arms

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Probably the oldest coaching inn to be found in Scotland, the Huntly Arms Hotel was first built in 1432 and has played host to Jacobite leaders and even later, Queen Victoria. Located in the heart of Royal Deeside the hotel has retained much of its traditional charm and character and is just the thing for a relaxing and memorable Scottish break. Leisure seekers will enjoy the local area as many golf courses are within a 50-mile drive of the hotel, with country pursuits, gliding, water-skiing and cycling all available nearby.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free Internet
Breakfast included
Banquet Room
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
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I wish I had read the reviews before staying here. The heating has not been fixed and the place was like a fridge. There was at least a heater in my room and on the plus side I was able to keep a bottle of milk cold by leaving it in the corridor. I booked online and was told
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On our first night we were told the heating was broken the bedroom was freezing admittedly the manager provided a heater for the room and there was no hot water at the WHB on the second night suddenly the heating came on. There was no restaurant, guests were advised if they
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This hotel has a prime position in Aboyne but has been sadly neglected and desparately requires a major injection of cash to bring it up to a decent level again. The public rooms are scruffy. Our room was adequate but had no towels when we arrived. The bathroom was poor with no
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This is the second time I have stayed here but since the first time over a year ago the place seems to have gone downhill. I stayed in room 115 for 1 night and glad it wasn't for any longer even for the price of £41which did not include breakfast. When I arrived the room was
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This place is desperately tired inside and out - the locals are friendly enough as are the staff but I really wouldn't want to stay here - we just called for a drink and frankly that was enough for me - needs lots and lots of money spending on it to bring it up to any sort of
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Double room
Radiator. 3rd room.
Stained carpet. 1st room.
Dirty ill-fitting nets. 1st room.
Does the hotel use mattress and pillow protectors?
Really, how many beds did u inspect and find bed bugs, did you complain?
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Goodmorning Guest if you would like to contact the hotel we can ensure you have the ironing equipment in your room on arrival
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"Do not enter here GO ELSEWERE!"
"don't think there would be any"
"Don't want to choose as the ones we saw were so poor"
"Probably best book another hotel."
"Remember the hotel has no lift!"
US$48 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
huntly arms aboynehuntly arms hotel aboyne
United KingdomScotlandAboyne
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