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County - Grampian | Map
Tel code: 01466 | code search
Postcode: AB54 | code search
Population: 4500
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Birthplace of:
James Legge
George MacDonald

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March
George MacDonald of Huntly Festival

September
Huntly Hairst - Food Festival
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Grouse Inn
"This is the best local pub i have ever been to....thousands and I mean thousands of whiskeys...must be the largest collection in the country. We were married in aberdeenshire and ..." More

Castle Hotel
"4th time and always improving,fantastic food and accom.hosts are excellent and a great value for money experience. will certainly be back thank you to all concerned

Date visited: 10.11.2007 ..." More

Castle Hotel
"we spent our honeymoon night here . and since spent other times here to stay and to come for dinner. very very good. rooms are fantastic and service and food is of equal ..." More

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Huntly is the principal town in the district of Strathbogie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, lying on the main road from Aberdeen to Inverness, where the River Bogie joins the Deveron. This area is abundant with castles and is included in the unique ‘Castle Trail’. There are two standing stones near the town, indicating the area has been an ancient settlement. Huntly was originally known as, Milton of Strathbogie, with the castle dating back to c.1180. The Earl of Huntly was granted a charter in 1506 and changed the name, planning for the new town came in 1769. Huntly is a grey-stone town centred on the main square with shops, restaurants and hotel, interesting historic buildings including the Victorian Town Hall, church, and the Clock Tower dating from1890. Huntly Castle and Caravan Park is set in picturesque parkland surrounded by hills. The rivers Deveron and Bogie are used for angling, nearby the River Spey is abundant with Salmon. The area is ideal for walking and mountain biking with various routes. Activities include pony trekking, swimming, golfing, and game shooting. Cooper Park has facilities including putting and trampolining. There is a Falconry Centre and the Nordic Ski and Outdoor Centre. Huntly is close to many distilleries on the ‘Malt Whisky Trail’.

Accountant

David Brown And Company
Johnston Carmichael

Attraction

Huntly Castle
Leith Hall & Garden

Caravan Park

Huntly Castle Caravan Park

Care Home

Meadows Care Home

Classes

Dance - Erin Lawrence School of Dance

Dentist

Dental Practice

Doctor

Dr E Cosgrove & Partners

Estate Agent

Stuart Wilson Dickson

Golf Club

Huntly

Pub and Bar

Glenbarry Inn
Grouse Inn
Rose & Thistle
Royal Oak Bar
Strathdeveron Bar

Restaurant

Ashgrove
Caseindia
Castle Hotel
Golden Pheasant

School

Gordon Primary School

Self-Catering

Mannoch Hill Cottage

Solicitor

Murdoch Mcmath & Mitchell
Stewart & Watson

Taxi

Deveron Taxis
Dey William Executive Hire
Hardies Taxis
J & J Watt Taxis

Vet

Strathbogie Veterinary Centre

Shops

R Barron & Sons
Forbes Raeburn & Sons
Largue Pharmacy
Duncan & Todd
J & K Cockburn
Corshalloch Organics

Activities

Huntly Nordic & Outdoor Centre(Snow Sports)

Places to Stay near Huntly

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Castle Hotel (0.55 miles)

Castle Hotel
It takes a special kind of passion to seek out the rare, beautiful and extraordinary, from the moment you step inside you will sense you have arrived at a very special place. The Castle ... More | visit website
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Mannoch Hill Cottage (5.84 miles)

Mannoch Hill Cottage

Private Cottage ideally placed for Fishing, Golf, Whiskey & Castle Trails, Bird Watching & Touring the countryside. Spacious and flexible accommodation. The cottage is set in 2 acres of private garden and offers a double ... More | visit website

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Miltown House B&B (10.67 miles)

Miltown House B&B

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Miltown House offers modern, comfortable accommodation within a new extension to the old part of the house which dates back into the 1800’s. At Miltown House we are determined to ... More

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Fife Arms Hotel (13.58 miles)

The Fife Arms situated in the centre of turriff, is an ideal stay over for the businessman, traveller or short break. All rooms are ensuite, the restaurant has the reputation of serving the best, freshest ... More | visit website
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The Forbes Arms Hotel (14.28 miles)

Bridge of Alford is a small country village nestling in the Vale of Alford on the banks of the River Don and is surrounded by the Hills of Bennarchie and Coreen. Despite this tranquility, the ... More | visit website
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Pittodrie House Hotel (14.29 miles)

Pittodrie House Hotel

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A 17th Century family house built on 15th century foundations, Pittodrie House is one of the most historic hotels in Scotland, set in a 2400 acre country estate. Pittodrie Estate is ... More

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Kildrummy Inn (14.87 miles)

Kildrummy Inn
A traditional Inn with unmistakable charm, character, decor and ambience will remind you of our rural location in The Scottish Grampian Highlands. Tranquil settings, excellent cuisine using local suppliers & produce along with true Scottish ... More | visit website
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Craigellachie Hotel (15.26 miles)

Craigellachie Hotel

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Built in 1893, this country house hotel offers modern day comforts and facilities whilst capturing the charm of yesteryear. Found in the beautiful village of Craigellachie, at the confluence of the Fiddich ... More

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Kildrummy Castle Hotel (15.28 miles)

Kildrummy Castle Hotel
Converted Victorian mansion house set in peaceful rural location, amidst acres of gardens and woodland, retaining turn-of-the-century interior - wall tapestries, oak panelling. Some rooms with Kingsize or Four-Poster beds. Nearby 20 golf courses, horse ... More | visit website
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Durn House (15.87 miles)

Durn House

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Durn House is located in a quiet backwater in the picturesque coastal fishing village of Portsoy on the Moray/Banffshire Coast. Durn House was built in 1770 and is an elegant ... More

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