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Menzies Dyce Aberdeen
Farburn Terrace
Dyce

Aberdeen
Grampian

AB21 7DW | View map

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Set in Dyce, on the outskirts of Aberdeen, this welcoming and modern-style hotel presents itself as the ideal base from which to explore The Royal Deeside and the Scottish Highlands. Formerly Thistle Dyce Skean Dhu, the renamed Menzies Dyce boasts a variety of facilities and services that are sure to meet the needs of both business and leisure travellers. It is perfectly situated and serviced for guests using the airport; free car parking and a courtesy shuttle to the airport are available.
During your stay you can visit a number of attractions. In nearby Aberdeen you can visit: the Stratosphere museum; Codona, Scotlandís largest amusement park; and the Loanhead of Daviot Stone Circle. Also nearby are Balmoral Castle, Archaeolink Prehistoric Park and the Glenfiddich Distillery.

The hotel offers an excellent selection of function suites, ranging from executive boardrooms to a meeting room seating up to 400 delegates. It can comfortably accommodate a wide range of meetings, conferences, wedding receptions and private dining requirements. The hotels regular airport shuttle service makes it the ideal stop over choice for Aberdeen Airport.

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