- 18 guest reviews
"Great food at the bar while watching the football...very comfotable sleep and breakfast ready promptly at 7.30am....let's do it again...grea..."
"Arrived and everything seemed okay, checked in fine, asked what time I wanted breakfast and had reasonable quality meal. When came down in t..."
"Reasonably priced (by Aberdeen standards) accommodation 20 minutes out of Westhill or Dyce area. Nothing flashy but perfectly acceptable for..."
"Was looking for a place to stay in alford as I had enterd a cycling event in the area and myself and girlfreind were traveling up from Edinb..."
"Stayed at hotel for three days,good quality hotel at reasonable price Only disappointment room not made up each day,nor fresh towels provide..."
About the hotel
The Forbes Arms Hotel is a well-known landmark to Sportsmen, visitors and tourists in this charming part of rural Aberdeenshire. Situated just beyond the bridge over the river Don the Forbes Arms Hotel offers modern hotel facilities including comfortable en suite letting bedrooms with free WI-FI, popular bars and a charming restaurant with a conservatory style extension overlooking the River. The hotel gardens run down to the river and are popular for alfresco dining.
The Hotel has fishing rights for the river right outside the hotel and a beat to the right a stretch of aprox 1 mile fishing for salmon and brown trout. Other fishing can be arranged and the hotel can offer a dinner bed and breakfast plus fishing package if required. Bridge of Alford is a small country village nestling in the Vale of Alford on the banks of the River Don and is surrounded by the Hills of Bennachie and Coreen. Despite this tranquillity the City of Aberdeen is only a 40 minute drive away. The Forbes Arms Hotel enjoys a highly visible location in the village and is ideally situated to benefit from sportsmen and visitors to the area together with local patronage. The area is reputed to be where the world famous Aberdeen Angus breed of cattle originates and has many attractions to offer the visitor including a Heritage Centre, Transport Museum, Steam Railway, a Country Park incorporating an historic battlefield and a golf course, all within easy reach of the hotel on the banks of the River Don.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Children's Facilities - Indoor
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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61% would recommend it to a friend
Great wee hotel
Great food at the bar while watching the football...very comfotable sleep and breakfast ready promptly at 7.30am....let's do it again...great value
Started out good but ended badly
Arrived and everything seemed okay, checked in fine, asked what time I wanted breakfast and had reasonable quality meal.
When came down in the morning however, the hotel wasi in darkness and no staff or anyone else around. Had to leave key in reception, no one to settle my bill and leave via a fire escape as front door locked. Will not recommend because of this and not stay there again. Lone female left stranded in hotel alone at night, is apalling. Laterooms.com, this is not a good recommendation for your booking site either.