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Northern Lights Apartments - Fonthill

Aberdeen, Grampian & Moray, Aberdeen
  • STB 4 Stars

Property Description

We would love to welcome you to this first floor one bedroom apartment in a quiet development close to the city centre and public transport.
It has been professionally interior designed and equipped to a high standard with premium bed and bath linens, WiFi, dishwasher and washer dryer.
It has free allocated and visitor parking spaces.

  Sleeps 2

Wifi Broadband Wifi Broadband
Shower Shower
Eating Out Within Two Miles Eating Out Within Two Miles
Summer Short Breaks Summer Short Breaks
Dish Washer Dish Washer
Parking Or Garage Parking Or Garage
No Smoking No Smoking
Only One Bedroom Only One Bedroom
Bath Bath
Laundry Facilities Laundry Facilities
Winter Short Breaks Winter Short Breaks

Property Location

Northern Lights Apartments - Fonthill, Aberdeen, Grampian & Moray
AB11 6TG, Aberdeen

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Aberdeen is a city that looks and feels quite different. Not just on a summer’s evening, when it is daylight at 11pm. Not just because it is lined with classic granite buildings that help make this “one of the most architecturally distinctive cities in Europe”. But mainly because this isn’t just a city by the sea, it’s a city of the sea. A city where ships dock right up against the city-centre streets. Where urban dolphins leap at the harbour mouth. Where locals paddle-board and surf off the city beach. And golden sands stretch for miles – towards vast dunes to the north and high cliffs to the south. It’s a city of rivers too, where the Dee and the Don meet the sea, bringing crystal clear waters from the Cairngorm mountains. This is a city with not one but two Old Towns: Old Aberdeen, with its cobbled streets, mature trees and 15th century fortified cathedral – where Aberdeen’s first University was founded in 1495. And then there’s Footdee – known locally as Fittie – a quirky fishing quarter at the water’s edge, with squares of tiny cottages. Aberdeen is a cosmopolitan and connected place. Up to now, it’s a city that’s been mostly off the tourist map. Which all adds up to a different sort of city altogether.

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