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Craigton Charm

Aberdeen, Moray, Aberdeenshire & The Coastal Trail (Ref. 1051682)

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  • Sleeps 3

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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  • Rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes

  • Sleeps 3

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

  • View on map


  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

The property

Sitting in a desirable location for those wishing to be close to the centre of the action of Aberdeen, 58A Craigton Road makes a wonderful choice for your exploration of Scotland.

Sleeping up to three guests, the ground-floor flat is perfectly suited to couples or families of three.

Step into the hallway before making your way into the inviting sitting room, with ample seating for all, there's no better spot to kick back and relax after an afternoon of adventure as the warmth of the sun fills the room.

Moving to the rear of the property you can find the homely kitchen/diner, with a dining table at its centre, here you can enjoy cooking all your family-favourite meals on the impressive range cooker when you're not indulging in one of the many delicious eateries of Aberdeen.

Spend your evenings soaking up the sun in the rear garden, before retreating to one of the two bedrooms to catch up on your rest, choosing from either the master double bedroom with its own en-suite bathroom boasting a luxurious red interior, or the single room with a convenient shower room adjacent, both bedrooms offering a homely aura and a lovely spot to unwind.

Step outside of your charming holiday home to find a plethora of wonders all around you; just a short walk will bring you to the local supermarket where you can pick up any last-minute ingredients, or spend a day out exploring the excitement of the The Gordon Highlanders Museum following the 200 year history of the army regiment, or venture into one of forty-five parks and gardens, with flora and fauna like no other, Duthie Park is definitely well-worth a visit.

At the centre of the city you can find even more museums varying from the Aberdeen Maritime Museum to The Tolbooth Museum, alongside a plethora of eateries, pubs, bars and wonderful shopping experiences.

For a day outdoors, venture to the Cairngorms National Park where you can tackle the peak of Ben Macdui, experience stunning scenery and see Scotland in a way like never before.

For an unforgettable escape to Scotland, choose 58A Craigton Road for your next family holiday.


  • All ground-floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite bath, shower over, hand-held shower, basin and WC, 1 x single
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room
  • Gas central heating
  • Gas range oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine
  • TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request
  • Roadside parking
  • Enclosed rear garden
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 0.2 miles, pub 1.3 miles

About the location


Bridge of Don 4.3 miles; Cove Bay 4.7 miles; Dyce 6.2 miles.

Aberdeen is a city in northeast Scotland. The city has been dwelled in for at least 8,000 years, it began as two separate burghs: Old Aberdeen and New Aberdeen, where the Denburn waterway entered the river Dee estuary. During the Wars of Scottish Independence, Aberdeen was under English rule, so Robert the Bruce laid siege to Aberdeen Castle before destroying it in 1308, followed by the massacring of the English garrison. The city was burned by Edward III of England in 1336, but was rebuilt and extended. The city was strongly fortified to prevent attacks by neighbouring lords, but the gates were removed by 1770. The traditional shopping streets are Union Street and George Street, now complemented by shopping centres, most notably the Bon Accord & St Nicholas and the Trinity Shopping Centre. Aberdeen has long been famous for its 45 parks and gardens, and citywide floral displays which include two million roses, eleven million daffodils and three million crocuses. Aberdeen has hosted several theatres throughout its history, some of which have subsequently been converted or destroyed. The most famous include: His Majesty's Theatre on Rosemount Viaduct and The Tivoli, on Guild Street. Aberdeen is home to a number of events and festivals including the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (the world's largest arts festival for young performers), Aberdeen Jazz Festival, Aberdeen Alternative Festival, Rootin' Aboot (a folk and roots music event), Triptych, the University of Aberdeen's literature festival Word.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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