Things to do near Harestone Moss

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Bennachie is one the most distinctive and best loved hills in Aberdeenshire. Bennachie is a part of Aberdeenshire folklore, a place where giants reputedly dwelled and threw gigantic boulders in a rage. The range has several summits, the highest of...
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Burn O’Vat

Burn O'Vat is located close to Loch Kinord, near the village of Dinnet. It was formed by glacial melt water and is a large granite cauldron, home to the Vat Burn and its beautiful waterfall. You can feel the rock...
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Gordon Highlanders Museum

The Gordon Highlanders Museum is the only 5-star Visit Scotland attraction in Aberdeen. It tells the dramatic and compelling 200 year story of the Gordon Highlanders Regiment from the Napoleonic Wars to the Modern day. The knowledgeable guides tell the...
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Wild Swimming Aberdeenshire

Wild swimming or open water swimming has grown massively, as has the interest and benefits of cold water therapy. There is nothing quite like a swim in nature, and its extra special in Scotland. With our coastline, lochs and meandering...
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Aberdeenshire Beaches

Beaches located under 15 minutes from Harestone.   Award Winning Balmedie Beach (7 mins) In my opinion this is the best beach in Scotland & as far as Aberdeenshire beaches go, the longest! This is the closest beach to Harestone,...
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Coastal Villages Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire has 165 miles of coastline offering stunning beaches, rugged cliffs, beautiful historic harbours and some of the prettiest, charming villages with independent shops and places to eat. You can visit many of them in a day or take your...
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Takeaway Food

There are so many delicious takeaway food options near by. You can order, collect and enjoy in your luxury home from home. No food shopping, slaving over a stove, washing up to do . Just relax, sit back and enjoy...
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Troup Head

Troup Head Nature Reserve is a spectacular high cliff setting for Scotland's only mainland gannet colony In spring, tens of thousands of seabirds return to the cliffs. Alongside the amazing gannets, are thousands of kittiwakes, guillemots and razorbills, along with...
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Nuart Aberdeen

    Nuart Aberdeen is the only street art festival in Scotland and one of the UK’s leading festivals of its kind. Artists from around the globe transform the walls and buildings of Aberdeen city centre with works of art...
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Duthie Park

    The 44 acre Duthie Park is located in the south of the city along the River Dee. It was donated to the city by Miss Duthie in 1880 and is Scotland's third most visited gardens. In the 1900s...
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    Stonehaven is most famous for the Hogmanay fireballs and the iconic Dunnottar Castle, but the breath-taking coastal village of Stonehaven is a visitor attraction in its own right! It has everything you could want from a seaside town......
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Old Aberdeen

  Old Aberdeen is one of the oldest parts of the city and was originally an independent town. It is packed full of interesting buildings, museums , pubs , coffee shops, parks and gardens. It manages to retain its charm...
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Balmoral Castle

    Balmoral Castle is located in stunning Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire. Balmoral Castle is one of two personal and private residences owned by The Royal Family, unlike the Royal Palaces, that belong to the Crown. It is the Scottish holiday...
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Whisky Distilleries

  No trip to Scotland is complete without a tour of a Scottish whisky distillery, and Aberdeenshire has some of the best small distilleries on offer. We are blessed with iconic whisky blends that are loved throughout the world with...
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Craigievar Castle

    If fairy tales were real, all castles would look like Craigievar Castle. The pink beautiful castle is said to be the inspiration for Walt Disney's Cinderella Castle, and you can see why! Admire the impressive art collections which...
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