Broadsea Farmhouse

A Bed and Breakfast in North East Scotland

Photo - Broadsea Farmhouse

Situated at the base of Bennachie this working farm provides ensuite accommodation for those looking for a relaxing rural retreat. Secure private parking available and guests are free to enjoy the garden. Broadsea is ideally located to explore the Castle and Whisky Trails, the numerous Stone Circles and Pictish Stones. With nearby historic sites such as Maidenstone, attractions such as a vast range of walks, cycle routes and fishing beats and ponds, this is a great place for all to enjoy.

The town of Inverurie is only 5 miles away or head to the city of Aberdeen only 20 miles away for shopping, cinema and nightlife,

Broadsea Farmhouse

Guest Facilities

  • 1 x Double
  • 1 x Family
  • Full Cooked Breakfast
  • Parking on site
  • Luggage Storage
  • Wifi
  • No Pets allowed
  • Check-in between: 09:00h and 23:00h.
Burnhervie
Inverurie
Aberdeenshire
AB515LB
T 01467 681386

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The Rooms

  • Photo - Double Room
    Double Room
    Type: Double
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite Shower
    In Room: TV, Kettle, Wifi, Disabled Access, Non Smoking, TV/DVD, I Pod Dock, Hairdryer. A double room (King size bed) with ensuite shower bathroom
  • Photo - Family room
    Family room
    Type: Family
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite Shower
    In Room: TV, Kettle, Wifi, Disabled Access, Non Smoking, TV/DVD, I Pod Dock, Hairdryer. Double and a single bed, with ensuite bathroom

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The Private House Stay's Guide

North East Scotland

North-East is the Private House Stays name given to the Area of Aberdeenshire that runs from Angus, up the East coast to the Moray Firth and bordered by the Cairngorms to the West. It is an area steeped in history seemingly with every village containing an ancient castle and grand estates everywhere. The area includes Royal Deeside, the Queen's summer palace at Balmoral, Speyside and a concentration of much of Scotland's whisky industry.