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The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne
Aboyne Golf Centre
Aboyne
Grampian

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Everyone needs to retreat and welcome the simple joys back into life. There are few better places to do just that than at The Lodge on the Loch of Aboyne 55 acres of the most breathtaking landscape on Royal Deeside. The Lodge on the Loch features a 9 hole golf course, Health and Beauty Spa, function room and a variety of dining to suit every occasion. Sitting just meters from the Loch's shore and set against the Cairngorm National Park, it's an ideal opportunity to take time out and indulge in Scotland's tranquility. Refreshment is the essence of the Lodge's Golf and leisure centre. Choose from a fully licensed bar with casual eating areas both inside and on the balcony. Surrounded by fantastic scenery, it's an ideal place to catch up on the days events and reflect on what tomorrow, or the next round of golf, might bring. A wide range of food is served in the Bistro bar and the coffee house makes it ideal for individuals and groups, couples and families to meet. Aboyne Loch Health & Beauty Spa is Deeside's premier natural beauty centre. Arrive and waken your senses. Bathe in the tranquility of the Loch side. Select from a complete range of treatments and therapies which are available individually or as a package.

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