FROM ABERDEEN CITY and ABERDEEN AIRPORT at DYCE
Follow the signs for Inverness on the A96. The journey is 37 miles long and takes approximately 50 minutes to drive. Pass the BP garage on your left hand side and turn right at the next roundabout. Continue straight. Passing Tesco on the right hand side. Look for B9022 (Portsoy Road) on the right hand side soon after you cross bridge over the River Deveron. Follow the road as it bears to the left for a couple of minutes. The Castle Hotel sign is on the right.
Follow signs for Aberdeen on A96. The journey is 65 miles long and takes approximately one and a half hours to drive. Look for hotel sign on left of road for B9022
COMMERCIAL VEHICLES, DELIVERIES & TRAILERS
Access hotel on B9022 (Portsoy Road) off main A96 Aberdeen/Inverness route.
Both Aberdeen and Inverness Airports are serviced by a range of domestic flight services from within both Scotland and the UK, as well as international flights from several European destinations.
A taxi from the airport to Dyce railway station costs around £7 (where you can catch a train to Huntly) or a taxi directly to the Castle Hotel costs £70 – 80.
Did you know?
Aberdeen airport is the worlds largest commercial heliport, with more than 37,000 rotary wing movements serving around 468,000 passengers each year. In total, there are around 2.5 million passengers using Aberdeen Airport.
Scotrail offers a regular service between Inverness & Aberdeen (Huntlys nearest connection hubs) which intercept Huntly regularly. In addition to this convenient and efficient service, Scotrail also offers services between Scotlands major Cities.
For train timetables please visit www.scotrail.co.uk Alternatively you may choose to travel overnight on board the Sleeper and arrive the following morning in the heart of the Highlands or the centre of the city. For further information of the Caledonian Sleepers visit www.scotrail.co.uk/sleeper/about-the-sleeper
If you are travelling from England to Scotland, we recommend you visit the www.gner.co.uk for more information.
Superfast Ferries offers a relaxing and efficient service between Edinburgh, Scotland and Zeebrugge, Belgium: a quality service that ensures good value for your money. For further information visit www.superfast.com
However, for a comprehensive range of ferry services connecting mainland Europe to a host of destinations within Scotland, please visit www.aferry.to/ferry-to-scotland-ferries.htm or www.aferry.to.
Aberdeens bus terminal is located next to the train station on Guild St. National Express - http://www.nationalexpress.com, offers daily buses from London, and Scottish Citylink - http://www.citylink.co.uk, runs buses to and from all major Scottish towns and cities. Bluebird - http://www.stagecoachbus.com/bluebird, Tel. +44 (0)1224 212266, are the main regional operator and run several services a day between to and from Huntly.