Bed & Breakfast
Martin and Corrie would like to welcome visitors to Aden House. We are situated within the lovely village of Old Deer , 35 miles from Aberdeen International Airport and city. We have beautiful beaches just 15 miles from us and the lovely Aden Country Park entrance is a few hundred yards away, ideal for that relaxing break with your family and dog.
Breakfast is served between 7am and 9am
Cooked and continental breakfasts are available using locally sourced produce where possible
Off road parking available in a spacious car park
Aden House offers single, double and family rooms, perfect for a relaxing break with your family. We are dog friendly. Check in is from 4pm to 7pm , we ask guests to vacate their rooms by 11am on the day of departure.
Free WIFI access through out Aden House
Rooms are cleaned daily between 11am and 1300
Location was brilliant, not just the location of the B&B but well suited for my cycling activities. Food was excellent and a very good choice was available each morning. Martin and Corrie were friendly and very helpful, nothing seemed too much trouble for them, and they were very knowledgeable about the local area with suggestions for places to visit. The room was comfortable and the shower was both hot enough and powerful enough.
Disliked · For me, there was nothing that could have been improved.
THINGS TO DO
Beautiful tranquil place to visit, lovely walk round the lake.
RSPB Scotland Loch of Strathbeg nature reserve
Home to a wide variety of wetland wildlife, such as breeding terns and gulls, migrating waders and wintering wildfowl.
Museum of Scottish Lighthouses
The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses tells the story of the Northern Lighthouse Board from its creation in 1786 to its operation in the present day.
Aden Country Park
Aden Country Park is a beautiful 230 acre Park in Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire.
Bennachie Hill Walks
Many visitors want to climb the Mither Tap, the most distinctive of Bennachie's nine summits.
The GlenDronach Distillery
Nestles in the valley of Forgue. deep in the East Highland hills, is the GlenDronach, one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland.