The most popular hot holidays in Aberdeenshire.
When was your last holiday? Everyone needs a break and booking a cottage or lodges with hot tubs in Aberdeenshire could be just what you need to melt away the stresses of modern day life.
With 165 miles of coastline, 300 castles, 14 distilleries, a magnificent national park, 55 golf courses and 5 ski resorts, this beautiful region has something to offer even the most discerning holidaymaker. Whatever the time of year you are guaranteed a fantastic time in a hot tub cottage in Aberdeenshire.
Check out the best properties with hot tubs and Aberdeenshire log cabins; be it for a couple, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub stay in Aberdeenshire really does restore the soul!
Inverurie, Aberdeenshire / Sleeps 2-6
Book from £79 Per Night - With plenty of open walking trails and cycling routes on your doorstep, you will be spoilt for choice with this cottage.View property
Turriff, Aberdeenshire / Sleeps 2-4
Book from £51 Per Night - A terrific cottage with an open fire, off road parking, secluded hot tub and large enclosed garden.View property
With Cairngorms National Park on your doorstep, Aberdeenshire is an idyllic environment for a romantic break with your loved one.
There are miles of countryside walks and cycling trails that you and your doggie can enjoy as you experience this gem of Scotland.
We have a vast range of lodges available in Aberdeenshire that all welcome fishing either onsite or can recommend local places nearby.
Aberdeen also known as the “Granite City” is unique as is the county where it is situated, packed full of hidden gems and magical adventures.
Extending from Banffshire in the north to the stunning St Cyrus National Nature Reserve in the east, Aberdeenshire's rugged coastline is home to busy seaside towns, sandy bays and dramatic cliffs.
With an abundance of seabirds and wildlife it's one of the top places to spot dolphins and seals that regularly visit the Moray Firth.
Royal Deeside is a must visit when staying at a lodge, home to Balmoral Castle, Royal Family’s holiday home and the stunning Cairngorms National Park with its deep glens, snow-capped peaks and meandering rivers where salmon and trout await keen fishermen.
From magnificent golf courses to historic castles of which Aberdeenshire boasts more per acre than any other part of the UK.
Distilleries that are centuries old, modern art galleries and a range of activities that are hard to beat, this spectacular county really does have it all.
Here are some suggestions to get you started:
Most people are familiar with this magnificent estate, the summer residence of her majesty the queen and the royal family.
Bought as a gift for Queen Victoria by her husband Prince Albert it is one of the finest examples of Scots Baronial architecture and one of the premier attractions and well worth a visit.
View the grand Ballroom (the only room open to the public) see the fascinating exhibitions, stroll through the superb gardens and take photographs of this stunning castle before stopping at the gift shop to pick up a unique memento of your visit.
You don't have to travel to expensive overseas resorts to enjoy the thrill of skiing and snowboarding you can hit the slopes right here in the UK and one of the best places to do this is Aberdeenshire, with no less than five ski resorts.
Try cross country skiing at The Huntly Nordic and Outdoor Centre which also offers indoor dry slopes or try one of Glenshee's 38 runs including the infamous Tiger black run,
The largest ski resort in the country this centre is also a favourite among snowboarders and for Après Ski check out the lively clubs and bars nearby.
Situated in the heart of the city Aberdeen Maritime Museum is home to a unique collection celebrating the area's relationship with the sea.
Boasting views over the busy harbor, a visit here will help you understand the history of ship-building, fishing and how it has affected the local area over the years.
View the only exhibitions in Britain relating to the North Sea oil and gas industry, for which the city is famed.
Interactive displays, a busy calendar of events, a popular cafe and nautical gift shop make this one of the top attractions in the country.
Renowned for world class produce such as venison, incredible beef and fresh seafood this region is a popular holiday destination for food lovers who travel from all over the UK to experience the gastronomic delights.
Try local delicacies; Cullen skink, skirlie and of course haggis or indulge in some fine dining at one of the best Aberdeen Restaurants.
There are also a number of cookery courses and workshops; let celebrity chef Nick Nairn teach you how to cook a perfect steak or learn how to be a chocolatier at Cocoa Ooze. From surf and turf to shortbread; Aberdeenshire is a foodie's heaven.
If you are looking for some adrenalin pumping activities during your hot tub getaway in Aberdeenshire than look no further than Deeside Activity Park.
Quad-biking, go karting and the widest range of target sport including axe-throwing, archery and clay pigeon shooting combine to make an exhilarating day out.
The less energetic can enjoy a spot of fishing on their own loch or pick up an orienteering map and enjoy a stroll through the spectacular countryside.
With events throughout the year there is always something different and exciting going on at this outstanding park.
What is it that makes Scottish whisky so great? The cool clear mountain spring water, the rich peat, the fertile soil? They all contribute to the "water of life" being one of the country's biggest exports.
Why not visit one of the many distilleries in the area and find out, from the world-famous Glenfiddich in the valley of the deer to the "secret malts of Aberdeenshire".
View the different distillation processes and see how the essence of the glens is aged and bottled with a tasting session at the end. Cheers!
Don't forget the camera when you visit this fantastic falconry centre just outside the pretty town of Huntly as there are some unique photo opportunities at this fun and fascinating attraction.
Daily flying displays from birds of prey including eagles, owls, hawks and falcons wow the crowd and you can also book an introduction to falconry lesson where you can learn how to handle the birds with the opportunity to fly them yourself.
Wheelchair friendly, there is a superb souvenir shop onsite, along with a café serving snacks and light meals and lovely picnic area.
Located in Duthie Park to the south of the city centre, you will find one of the largest indoor gardens in Europe and a popular tourist attraction.
Rare and exotic plants from all the world create a botanical paradise whatever the time of year making this the 3rd most visited garden in Scotland
Highlights include the Arid House containing one of the finest collections of succulents and cacti in the UK and the heady scents of the Corridor of Perfumes. A fantastic way to spend an afternoon for gardeners and non-gardeners alike.
The ultimate escape with vast skies, fresh air and open spaces Aberdeenshire is a popular choice for couples and families wanting to get away from it all in magnificent surroundings.
Enjoy some retail therapy in Aberdeen with its unique grey granite buildings and sandy beach within walking distance of the city centre.
Indulge yourself with a spa treatment at one of the many country hotels, or try to decipher the distinctive local accent as you enjoy a drink with the locals at one of the cosy pubs
Whatever you like to do whether it is skiing, white water rafting or horse-riding you will find it in Aberdeenshire and after days spent doing exactly what you want, pour yourself a wee dram and enjoy a decadent soak in your own private hot tub.