Explore the City while staying nearby
Aberdeen International Airport is located near Dyce which is a suburb of this exciting city in Scotland. It’s only five miles north west of the city centre and is easy to get to by bus shuttle transfer, car, as well as rail. A shuttle bus service will take you directly from Dyce railway station to Aberdeen airport in around fifteen minutes.
There are also many cheap hotels, bed and breakfast accommodation as well as guest houses near by so you won’t have far to travel when arriving or departing on your flight. Several establishments offer a free shuttle service.
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There are plenty of things to do and see when staying in affordable b&b, guest house and hotel accommodation. Why not explore Aberdeen’s two rivers, the Dee and Don which are home to a working harbour and even a town beach? The old town has many historical buildings built from granite which is a unique feature in most cities in Scotland.
Thankfully the city has plenty of parking bays so you can leave your car while shopping and seeing the sights such as the art gallery, King College Chapel and Provost Skene’s House. Cheap hotels make a great base from which to get out and about.
There are many golf courses in the area along with National Trust stately homes, castles and the quaint fishing village of Footdee. If you have time before taking your free shuttle transfer, why not spend a day on a train ride which will take you close to the Grampian Mountains, Moray Firth and the Archaeolink Prehistory Park ?
Finding the Best Properties
Staying in stylish guest houses or bed and breakfast will certainly help to enhance your holiday or business trip experience. Finding suitable b&b accommodation is easy to do online whether you’re spending a midweek break, long weekend or a full week in the city on holiday or business.
Why not choose accommodation close to the city’s top attractions, for instance Codona’s Amusement Park, Art Gallery or ten pin bowling at Sunset Boulevard? Of course booking Dyce cheap guest houses will leave you with more spending money in your pocket for dining, visiting the theatre, shopping and enjoying the night life. After a memorable vacation in this historical city it’s reassuring to know your hotel is close to the airport.
When spending more time in the city, it can be more convenient to choose a reasonably priced hotel in central Aberdeen. Popular is also staying overnight in a self catering apartment rental.
Some Facts and Location
Name : Aberdeen International Airport
Information : flybe, guide
Location : the terminal is situated in the suburb of Dyce, about 6 miles or 9,7km northwest of Aberdeen city centre in Scotland.
Address : Dyce, Aberdeen AB21 7DU, Scotland, United Kingdom
The airport is linked to nearby Dyce railway station by the 80 Dyce Airlink shuttle bus.
Local and express bus services to the airport are operated by First Aberdeen and Stagecoach Bluebird.
Dyce airport is situated on the main A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road.
IATA Code : ABZ
Base for : BMI Regional and Eastern Airways. The airport is also the world’s busiest heliport.
Terminals : one passenger terminal.
There are also 3 terminals dedicated to North Sea helicopter operations, and a small terminal adjacent to the main passenger terminal, Broomfield House operated by Eastern Airways.
Postcode District : AB21 7DU
Region : Grampian region
Country : Scotland
Tel. : +44 844 481 6666
Nearest Hotels : in Dyce, on Argyll Road close to the terminal building.
What to do and see nearby
Pitmedden Garden & Museum of Farming Life (Pitmedden Garden, Pitmedden, Aberdeen AB41 7PD, Scotland): the National Trust for Scotland gardens at Pitmedden are fascinating. The gardens are superb. There is also a small museum attached to the gardens about farming and the social history of the area.
Kirkhill Forest and Tyrebagger Wood (Dyce AB31 6BP, Scotland): good place to wander round if you are early for a flight. There are a few different trails you can take that range from just a mile, to 3 miles, to a 6 mile walk.
Old Castle of Slains (Cruden Bay, North of Collieston, Aberdeen, Scotland): lovely ruin and very photogenic, located on a peninsula, surrounded by cliffs. It’s a very nice walk from the village of Cruden bay up to the castle. Once you reach Slains castle, you can enjoy excellent views out to sea.