Airyhall Drive, West End, Aberdeen, AB15 7QJ

Luxury whichever way you travel (click for virtual viewing).

But because we operate lean it is affordable to both contractors and leisure guests alike.

Compare us to any B&B or hotel in the area using equivalent bedrooms and there is only one correct answer in terms of value. And with a huge kitchen diner, separate living room (which could function as a 5th bedroom), beautiful family bathroom and downstairs cloaks means this wins every single time.

Picture this. After a hard day at work, a long walk around one of our amazing beaches or castles, then a drink or two and you return ‘home’ to this.

Apart from our minimum standards, property specific features include:

  • Beautiful 4/5 Bedroom (5/6 beds – Sleeps 10) family house
  • 1 King, 2 doubles, 2 singles.
  • Bed could be put in separate lounge to make 5th bedroom if needed.
  • Hugely spacious bright open plan kitchen / diner sit 10 persons
  • Large front lounge and downstairs w/c.
  • Newly renovated throughout including family bathroom with power shower & kitchen.
  • Lawned garden & seating area.
  • Private driveway parking for 2 vehicles.
  • 10 mins walk to great local shops and bar/restaurant.
  • Size: 240 m2.

Prices from £200 per night.

To check availability for your dates, get a quote and book direct with us please click the button below.

More details about the property.

In a very established residential area yet close to city centre! Really popular as corporate, contractor, relocation and holiday accommodation. Recently fully renovated and only few minutes walk to shops, lovely Bothy bar (part of Palm Court Hotel) and a 10 minutes bus ride or 40 mins walk into the city centre.

Due to its really spacious nature and open living areas you could not have a better place to stay in Aberdeen to enjoy gatherings with family and friends or for business trips as it affords you and your group the required space to ensure you are not spending every minute of every day with each other if you do not wish to.

Built from Aberdeens’ famous granite around the turn of the 2nd world war, this great corner plot gets sunshine in the garden, accessed directly from the family dining room patio doors, for most of the day. Outside seating is provided.

Significant renovations and updating has taken place to modernise including; fully rewired, kitchen/dining room extended, cloakroom and family bathroom recently installed.

Being in a very quiet street, there is minimal passing traffic.

Below is a brief summary of what the property has to offer:

Front house: Space for 2 cars on the drive plus free street parking.

Ground floor:
Spacious and bright hallway with coat hangers and ample space for shoe storage in storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1 – Spacious and bright bedroom with a double and single bed, bedside cabinets and lamps.

1st door to the right: very bright and airy lounge with huge 3-4 seater and cuddle seat, black leather John Lewis armchair in large bay window so ample space to relax in. Wall mounted TV provided with free Sky TV cable channels, DVD player and Now TV firestick allowing you to play iPlayer, Netflix, etc. Storage cabinet with selection of books, board games, etc. Please help yourself to these during your stay.

1st door to the left, under the stairs: a cloakroom toilet with wash hand basin and storage unit. Handy when travelling with young children or those who find stairs difficult.

Next to the left: modern, open and bright plan kitchen and dining space; opened up and extended to form a beautiful area to prepare meals with company and dine in with lovely views into the bright garden and direct access via the double French doors. Extendable dining table and chairs enabling 10 persons to be comfortably seated. Iron, cleaning products/utensils provided. Very well equipped; range of pans, casserole dishes, etc. Dining table. Selection of tea, coffee and hot chocolate is provided.

Stairs from hallway leading to 1st Floor.

Bedroom 2 (upstairs front) – King Bed with built in sliding wardrobes, bedside cabinets & lamps, dressing table, mirror and hairdryer.
Bedroom 3 (upstairs rear) – Double Bed with bedside cabinets / lamps and wardrobe.
Bedroom 4 (upstairs front box room) – Single bed with smaller pull out single (suitable for child only).

Family bathroom – Recently renovated beautiful designer bathroom with large bath tub, separate power shower, wash hand basin and large towel radiator.

Excellent quality brand new bedding is provided throughout and all are fitted with mattress/pillow protectors.

A travel cot with additional good quality mattress can also be provided on request. Two single airbeds can also be provided to use to take maximum capacity to 10 persons, although maximum adult capacity is recommended to be 8 persons. Please bear in mind that although we have a separate downstairs toilet that we only have one proper bathroom currently.

Outside: Spacious back garden is very secluded and private due to being fenced and there will be a seating area available.

NOTE: Unlike many serviced accommodation we have central heating controlled by room thermostat to maintain a cosy temperature, NOT ones which switch off after 2 hours so places can get very cold when going out of the place for a few hours or every night.

A selection of tea, coffee, sugar, etc is provided. A full house manual is provided on successful booking.

The immediate neighbourhood

Ideally set in the heart of the west end, a very established yet quiet residential area but also has good amenities close by, great schools within walking distance (including the International School 10 minutes walk away), local shops and a nice traditional local Scottish bar; the Whisky Bar which is associated to the Palm Court Hotel which shows Sky Sports events. The high end bars along Queens Road a bit more into town are also a a short walk or short bus/taxi ride from the house.

Johnston Gardens:
A five minutes walk from the house is the beautiful Johnston Gardens which is a great place to stroll around for kids (there is a small play park with swings and a slide and they are able to feed the ducks) and adults alike.

The one hectare site was gifted to the City in 1936 by a resident of the street and has streams, waterfalls, ponds, rockeries and rustic bridge. The garden is planted with rhododendrons, spring bulbs, heathers and alpines. And the ponds are full of irises and home to a number of aylesbury, mallard and muscovy ducks.

My Guarantee

I will do my best to make guests feel at home and provide as much information as I can on the area as they wish gained from almost 20 years since Aberdeen has been home.

If you have any questions please check out our standards page which details our standards we meet (provision of linen, etc), house rues, etc or contact us via the contact section.

Thanks

Colin Atkinson, Dwellcome Home, Owner/Manager.

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