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what’s on Royal Deeside and The Mearns

The Mearns is mainly farmland stretching from the coves and cliffs of the Kincardine coast to the hills inland. Yet more typical Scottish countryside abounds here, with mountains, lofty crags, tumbling rivers and desolate moors. Royal Deeside is so named for its connections with Scottish and English royalty, and includes Balmoral Castle among its many famous attractions.

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15th October 2014, Deeside:

Idlewild’s latest tour will take an acoustic, stripped-back format befitting the intimate and often unique venues.

3rd - 19th October 2014, Royal Deeside:
One of Scotland’s most scenic landscapes will play host to a two-week showcase of the country’s finest food and traditional music.

Year-round, Royal Deeside:

Balmoral Castle has been the Scottish home of the Royal family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852 who built a new castle on the original site.

Year-round, ;Banchory:

Visit Banchory Museum - gateway to Royal Deeside - and learn about the life of Banchory-born musician and composer, J Scott Skinner, the "Strathspey King".

Year-round, Cairngorm National Park:
Glen Tanar provides a great opportunity to explore Scotland’s classic Caledonian pine forest in search of its elusive wildlife.

Year-round, Cairngorm National Park:

Lying midway between Ballater and Aboyne, Muir of Dinnet blends woodland, heath, open water and an impressive example of nature’s sculptural work, all on one site.

Year-round, Aberdeenshire:

In the spring and summer, the spectacular cliffs at Fowlsheugh are packed with 130,000 breeding seabirds, including guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes.

Year-round, Stonehaven:

Situated at the harbour-side and run by community volunteers, the Tolbooth Museum is housed in Stonehaven’s oldest building which used to serve as a courthouse and prison between 1600 and 1767.

Year-round, Aberdeenshire:

Dating back to 1553 and said to be haunted, Crathes is a uniquely preserved Castle with its portraits, heraldic shields, Elizabethan fireplace and famous Jacobean painted ceiling.

Year-round, Aberdeenshire:

Dunnottar Castle lies in a dramatic setting on the top of a cliff.


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