Rentals in the city centre for 1 night, 2 nights, weekend,...
AB11 6AW, Aberdeen, Dee Street
A 9-minute walk from Aberdeen Train Station, Scardroy Aberdeen is a 1-bedroom apartment just 1 minute from the Music Hall on busy Union Street. This apartment sleeps 2 people and has free WiFi access. The... read more
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Royal Athenaeum Suites
AB11 5BU, Aberdeen, 15 Union Street
Located in the city of Aberdeen, Royal Athenaeum Suites offers luxury, bespoke accommodation with free WiFi access in a classic, historic building. The property is a 12-minute walk from Aberdeen Train Station and Aberdeen Ferry... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
Aberdeen Serviced Apartments: Charlotte street
AB25 1LT, Aberdeen, 50 Charlotte Street
Aberdeen Serviced Apartments: Charlotte street has city views, free WiFi and free private parking, set in Aberdeen, 2.1 km from Aberdeen Beach. The units all have a seating area with a sofa, a flat-screen TV,... read more
£ 56.10View Rates
Furnished Lets in Aberdeen City Centre
Scotland is a great country with amazing sceneries and places to visit. This has made it one of the best holiday destinations in the world. However, just like any other destination, the most important factor to consider is accommodation. In this regard, Aberdeen, otherwise known as the green city is one of the favourite locations when it comes to getting the best apartments to rent.
Self Catering Accommodation in Aberdeen
Serviced apartments for rent have become the number one choice for visitors on holiday in this city. The following are some of the reasons why you need to visit this amazing city in Scotland, especially for one night stay.
A home away from home
Whether you are in Aberdeen for short stay or long term, you can rest assured that you will get one of the best experiences ever. The city itself has the best nightlife, sightseeing and shopping. You will have the opportunity to visit popular attractions like Duthie Park and the Winter Gardens.
For couples looking forward to a romantic weekend, the banks or River Dee is a perfect place to take a stroll. Apartments for rent in this area have been designed in way that gives you that feeling of being home even for that short stay. This is in complete contrast to hotel rooms which have cramped rooms and the rooms are limited for guests. The serviced apartments are spacious, thus suitable even for families in search of a one night stay or full weekend. They are also available in different sizes and you can either choose to go for the one, two or three bedroom apartments for extra comfort and style.
Accommodation in these apartments also provides it s clients with the opportunity to enjoy self catering holidays. They have fully equipped kitchens that give you the freedom to cook based on your individual tastes. This will help you do away with constant visits to restaurants, thus saving on your expenses. Your one night stay in the city ought to give you the satisfaction you need and thus, having to cook for yourself is one of these benefits.
Get Affordable Services
One night stay in hotels can be quite expensive. However, choosing self catering apartments for rent in Aberdeen ensures that you get affordable services. Apartments here are known to have competitive holiday rentals, thus making it the best for fun makers on a tight budget.
If you are looking at staying for long term, then it gets even better since these rentals have special rates for such cases. Most apartments are found close to or just outside the city centre, but within easy reach of the train station. This means that you have the opportunity to escape the busy life of central Aberdeen that is characterized by noise and air pollution and enjoy a quiet and serene environment.
It is therefore advisable that you get the right plans that will see you stay in the best apartments. A good sleep and the right accommodation is what will make your holiday worthwhile. If you are looking for affordable and spacious accommodation, then Aberdeen apartments are the best choice for you.
Staying in central Aberdeen will give you a perfect base for visiting the bustling shopping malls of St Nicholas Centre, Union Square, Mall Trinity and The Academy. Wander alongside Union Street “Granite Mile” and George Street for some shopping in the city’s trendy shops. Don’t miss a visit to Union Terrace Gardens or a performance at His Majesty’s Theatre.
Self catering options (apartments, aparthotels, studio’s, suites) can be found at various locations across the city. Many of these rentals are within close distance of amazing attractions and museums. Self contained accommodation is available in every price range. Many of them feature free Wi-Fi, free car parking, and are comfortably furnished, with modern neutral decor throughout and a well-equipped kitchen. Sometimes a breakfast buffet is also offered.
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Primary Railway Station of the City Center
Main railway station ?
The mainline train station of the city is Aberdeen Railway Station at Guild Street, one of the busiest stations in Scotland.
Long distance trains from this station, managed by ScotRail, travel to cities across Scotland such as Dundee, Edinburgh (see apartments), Glasgow (rentals), Perth and Stirling.
Destinations in England include York in North Yorkshire, Leeds City, Birmingham (New Street Rail Station), Bristol (Temple Meads), Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Central), Carlisle Cumbria, Preston Lancashire, and Crewe Cheshire.
Location of Aberdeen Scotland
Where is Aberdeen ?
This city, the country’s third largest and also known as the Granite City, is located in the north-east of Scotland (Grampian region), facing on to the North Sea.
- Dundee in Scotland — 58 miles
- Perth city centre — 73 miles
- Inverness and Loch Ness — 83 miles
- Edinburgh — 93 miles
- Glasgow — 121 miles
- Belfast in Northern Ireland — 231 miles
Tourists and visitors flying to the city will arrive at Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ), located north of it’s centre at Dyce. From the airport you can fly to domestic and international destinations across Europe.
5 Must See Attractions and Sights
(52 – 56 Shiprow, Provost Ross House, AB11 5BY Scotland)
Museum giving you an interesting and interactive insight into Aberdeen’s maritime history, fishing and oil industry.
(Schoolhill, AB10 1FQ Scotland)
Famous art gallery displaying really attractive exhibitions from old masters to modern art.
His Majesty’s Theatre (HMT)
(Rosemount Viaduct, AB25 1GL United Kingdom)
His Majesty’s Theatre is a large stunning Victorian theatre. Good variety of shows.
Footdee (Fittie) area
(Pocra Quay, Beach Esplanade, AB11 5DQ Scotland)
Lovely old fishing area in Aberdeen, close to the beach and Marine Ops Centre, also known as Fittie. It’s nice to walk around these small fishermen’s houses and get a glimpse of what life used to be like.
St Machar’s Cathedral
(The Chanonry, AB24 1RQ Scotland)
St Machar’s Cathedral is an absolutely stunning church, located in the Old Town area a short stroll from King’s College, with an interesting history. The stained glass windows and granite peaks on the outside of building are beautiful. The Cathedral has also an interesting graveyard.