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Stonefolds Cottages


Property Address: Stonefolds Cottage, Fyvie, Turriff, AB53 8NN

Property Type: Self Catering

Aberdeenshire



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Property Description :
Two newly built four star self catering holiday cottages in a peaceful setting on a working farm in Fyvie, North East Scotland. Forty minutes from Aberdeen.
Stonefolds Farm is a quality rural experience for those who want to get away and relax. Located in a peaceful country setting the fresh air will rejuvenate you. Your hosts Shirley, Neil and family welcome you and are on site to make sure your stay is as relaxing as possible. All the attractions of the area are only a pleasant drive away on quiet roads.

Aberdeen, with its many attractions, airport and railway station is just 40 minutes drive away. There is much to see and do in the area, including golf, fishing, walking and cycling. Our working cattle and sheep farm is home to a wide range of wild birds and animals, why not visit in spring and see the lambs?

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Things to see and do in Aberdeenshire :


Aberdeen Maritime Museum
Aberdeen Maritime Museum


Aberdeen Maritime Museum tells the story of the city's long relationship with the Sea. This award-winning museum is located on the historic Shiprow and incorporates Provost Ross's House, which was built in 1593. The Maritime Museum houses a unique collection covering shipbuilding, fast sailing ships, fishing and port history. It is also the only place in the UK where you can see displays on the North Sea oil and gas industry. Aberdeen Maritime Museum offers visitors a spectacular viewpoint over the busy harbour.


Alford Valley Railway
Alford Valley Railway


Alford Valley Railway Company (AVRC) provides the local service of a scenic train journey to the general public. It commences at the original, restored station yard, travelling from Alford Station, through Alford Golf Course, along the `Lang Stracht´ to Haughton Park Station, in the grounds of Haughton Park (a Grampian Regional Caravan/Camping site and country park). The season starts at the last weekend in March and concludes following the second weekend of Santa Specials in December.


Balmoral Castle
Balmoral Castle


Set amongst the magnificent scenery of Royal Deeside, in the shadows of Lochnagar is the Balmoral Estate. Purchased by Queen Victoria in 1848, the Estate has been the Scottish Home of the British Royal Family ever since. The Estate extends to just over 50,000 acres of heather clad hills, ancient Caledonian woodland, policies and of course the beautiful River Dee is nearby.


Doonies Farm
Doonies Farm


Doonies Rare Breeds Farm covers 134 acres on the southern side of Aberdeen from Nigg Bay to Cove. We are only 15 minutes by car from the centre of Aberdeen. Doonies Rare Breeds Farm is a member of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust and is one of only two farms in Scotland to be awarded “ Approved Conservation Farm Park Status.”


Gordon Highlanders Museum
Gordon Highlanders Museum


At The Gordon Highlanders Museum, we are committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the world-famous Gordon Highlanders for future generations. Based in the heart of north-east Scotland, in the beautiful former home of prominent Scottish artist, Sir George Reid, the Museum is constantly evolving. We aim to provide a wide range of unique experiences for all of our visitors.


His Majesty
His Majesty's Theatre


His Majesty's Theatre (HMT) was designed by the eminent theatre architect Frank Matcham and opened in 1906. HMT attracts a wide and diverse range of top quality theatre productions from musicals to top class drama and dance.


North East Falconry Centre
North East Falconry Centre


Huntly Falconry Centre hold bird of prey falconry demonstrations throughout the season, where owls, hawks, falcons and eagles can be seen flying every day. Huntly Falconry also give falconry tuition to interested groups and individuals.


Pitmedden Garden
Pitmedden Garden


It’s hard to imagine a garden today being planted on such an extravagant scale. The heart of the property is the formal walled garden originally laid out in 1675 by Sir Alexander Seton. In the 1950s, the Trust set about re-creating the gardens following designs dating from the 17th century. Today, Pitmedden features over 5 miles of box hedging arranged in intricate patterns to form six parterres. These parterres are filled with some 40,000 plants bursting with colour in the summer months.


Willows Animal Sanctuary
Willows Animal Sanctuary


Willows Animal Sanctuary is the largest sanctuary in Aberdeenshire and will try to help any animal in distress. We operate a strict no kill policy and only euthanise an animal on veterinary advice. We look after over 300 animals including more than 60 horses, ponies and donkeys, approximately 60 cats and dogs and many reptiles as well as over 100 farm animals and birds.


Wynford Farm
Wynford Farm


Wynford Farm Cafe, Shop and Playbarn is OPEN 9-5pm every day until Christmas! This is the only organic Aberdeen Angus farm within Aberdeen City limits. We have a superb purpose built Playbarn with separate big soft playframes for the little ones and the not-so-little ones! On our working farm we have our purebred herd of Aberdeen Angus cows which can be seen from a distance grazing outside in the summer months.