The Crown Guesthouse in Aberdeen
This small privately owned Guest House, run by the Buthlay family, was originally built around 1830 by local architect Archibald Simpson who was responsible for building Aberdeen's famous Union Street and of course the "B" listed Georgian terraced town houses where the Crown now stands.
The Guest House is conveniently located, with easy access to the many shopping centres offering a vast range of goods from designer fashion to DIY superstores, numerous restaurants of all nationalities, pubs, nightclubs and theme bars.
The Crown, is ideally situated for both train and ferry terminals. Its seven bedrooms all have ensuite facilities and have been modernised to a high standard offering the discerning traveller relaxing and comfortable accommodation at highly competitive rates.
The Crown is an ideal base for day trips such as Royal Deeside, Balmoral Castle, The Whisky Trail, East Coast fishing towns (Peterhead and Fraserburgh) and many more interesting venues in the area.
Whatever your interests are, Aberdeen (known as Europe's Oil Capital) will have something to offer.