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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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Price per night
May - £107
Price in July
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 50m²
Price per week
June : £89
A holiday rental in Aberdeen is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Aberdeen is £93.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Aberdeen, you have to pay on average £648 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £624 and £750 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Aberdeen are less expensive in June: £89 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 4% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 16% (£107 per night) in 05, which is the most expensive month to live in Aberdeen.
On average, rentals in Aberdeen can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 50 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Aberdeen is £91 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £636.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Aberdeen costs on average £191, for Friday and Saturday nights.
59% of accommodation is still available for a stay in July. It will be necessary to pay on average £89 per night.
For your next trip to Scotland why not browse on Likibu for a hotel in Aberdeen. This delightful Scottish city on the northeast coast offers a variety of accommodation options for your perfect stay from holiday rentals like apartments to B&Bs that can be booked with our trusted partners Airbnb and Booking.com.
When looking for a holiday rental in Scotland it can be hard to know where to begin. Edinburgh? Glasgow? Well, you should consider Scotland’s third largest city, Aberdeen, the ideal spot to explore the charm of this beautiful country without the huge crowds and tourist traps of its bigger cities. You can enjoy a taste of real life in Aberdeen by booking an apartment rental through Trip Advisor, Booking, or Airbnb today.
Scotland is never going to be a hot summer holiday, but Aberdeen's proximity to the coast means that it is warmer in the summer and cooler in the winter than the rest of Scotland. Most attractions in Aberdeen are not weather dependent, so any time of year is fine, but the early summer months are probably the most pleasant time to enjoy the sights.
Aberdeen has an airport with both domestic and international flights going out every day, so you can easily fly directly to and from Europe or elsewhere in the UK. Aberdeen is also a port town with a working harbour, so you can get ferries in and out of the city to the Baltic and Scandinavia. From the rest of the UK, Aberdeen is well-connected by rail and is even part of the UK’s longest direct train journey, from Aberdeen to Penzance. There are also bus and coach services from major cities in the UK, including two daily National Express services between Aberdeen and London. The city is also easy to reach by road on the A90 motorway that links Aberdeen to Edinburgh, Dundee and Perth, amongst other towns and cities in Scotland.
If you are already enjoying a holiday in Scotland, you should consider visiting Aberdeen for the day, as this northern city is easily acsessible from anywhere in the country. Take full advantage of staying in a holiday apartment in Edinburgh and hop aboard the Edinburgh–Aberdeen line which takes only two and a half hours from station to station. Similarly, a holiday home in Glasgow is less than a three hour train ride to the city, meaning there is no end to the Scottish culture you can enjoy.
Within Aberdeen, there are lots of options for travelling by bus, with First and Stagecoach buses in the city itself and Megabus travelling further afield. Aberdeen is also part of the UK National Cycle Network, making it friendly for cyclists and walkers to travel around. It is not too big a city to walk around, although further outside the centre you might appreciate having a car to get around. Wherever you book your hotel or BnB in Aberdeen, you won't be too far from the main attractions.
The city centre of Aberdeen is where most of the city's sights are going on. This is the best place to stay to be close to the main attractions, museums and events in Aberdeen, particularly if you're there during one of the festival seasons. The city centre has several hotels for a carefree stay with everything catered for you, or hostels if you're looking for cheap accommodation options.
This area of the city is where Aberdeen's prestigious ancient university is, dating from 1495 and is a good place to find a holiday rental in Aberdeen. Old Aberdeen allows to you explore the Granite City's oldest and most interesting architecture and history. As a student area, this is a perfect base for younger visitors to Aberdeen, with lots of quaint cafés and bars, but also a quieter way of life away from the busy city centre. This is a great place to book a BnB in a beautiful old building.
Aberdeen's harbour is the jewel in its crown, as the centre of the city's historic industry. With maritime culture being such an important part of Aberdeen's society and history, staying in a hotel or apartment in this area gives you access to some of the city's most interesting things to do, including the Maritime Museum. This area is also close to the city centre, making it a great base to get the most out of your time in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen has a rich maritime history, with the Aberdeen Harbour is believed to be the UL's oldest existing business, dating from the 12th century. This museum celebrates and explores this history, with exhibits covering the maritime industry past and present, maritime art and even interactive exhibits. Best of all, the museum is free!
These Victorian gardens are sunken within the city centre. There is an old viaduct at one end of the park, and several statues dotted around, including ones of Robert Burns, Prince Albert and William Wallace. The park is due to receive £20 million of investment over the next couple of years, meaning by summer 2020 the gardens' grand staircase will be reinstated along with a new informal amphitheatre. The gardens' beautiful natural setting alongside the grand statues and viaduct make it a hugely popular place to visit or spend time in for tourists and Aberdonians alike. It even plays host to concerts and events sometimes.
Aberdeen is famous for its festivals, which are held throughout the year: in 2018 there were 10 festivals in the city, with themes such as music, art, technology and maritime culture. The festivals create a bustling, exciting atmosphere in the city with lots of fun free events going on throughout the day. The festivals happen so regularly that it is worth booking your trip to coincide with one.