known as Gamrie, Gardenstown was founded in 1720 by Alexander
Garden as a fishing village.
village of Gardenstown sits in a small horseshoe shaped bay
with stunning scenery flanking both sides. A steep road leads
you through the ancient, narrow and winding streets to the
village’s harbour where many small boats are moored.
plenty to keep you occupied in the village:
you will to explore the many rock pools, or simply relax on
the sandy beach. Maybe you want to enjoy the beauty of the
area and its wildlife by taking a stroll along the cliff side
footpath to neighbouring village of Crovie.
Garden Arms Hotel is handily located close to larger tourist
areas including The Caigorm Mountains (Monarch of the Glen
country), Spey Valley and Malt Whisky Country.
Area, being a haven for marine and wildlife, attracts visitors
from all walks of life and is perfect for bird watching, walking,
cycling, fishing and most country pursuits.
is also an excellent base to explore the whole North East
of Scotland; the stylish city of Aberdeen is approximately
one hour’s drive south, whilst the world famous Loch
Ness and the city of Inverness are approximately one and a
half hour’s drive West.
are seven Golf courses with a 45 minute drive and a further
forty in the county of Aberdeenshire!
will happily provide packed lunches for whose wishing to spend
their days exploring the area.
Garden Arms Hotel is the perfect location for that Long Weekend
Break you’ve been promising yourself.
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