Aberdeen and Northern Isles CAMRA Branch

21 Crimes (Aberdeen)

A speakeasy, the "secret bar" within the Vovem steak restaurant, exclusive and elusive, cocktails for the cognoscenti.

524 Bar (Aberdeen)

Take us as you find us bar on George St, don't believe the sign that says it's a Cocktail Bar. Darts played.

99 Bar Kitchen (Aberdeen)

Cocktails and 100% plant based food.

Abbey Inn (Kinloss)

Situated in a row of listed stone cottages, this L-shaped two bar pub, which was tastefully refurbished has an impressive display of darts trophies near the dart board in the longer leg of the bar with two pool tables in the other.

Abbot (Aberdeen)

An estate pub and restaurant in Kincorth. Formerly known as Covenanters and sometimes still referred to as "Covies". Fine if all you want is a big T.

Aberdeen Arms (Tarland)

Part of a 300-year-old listed building in the village centre, this traditional inn has a recently extended wood-lined bar area, stripped wooden floors, low ceilings and a real fire. Closed winter Mondays and midweek lunchtimes. This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Aberdeen Arms (Tarves)

Previously a farm, the pub dates back to 1810, and is now a small, family-run community local in the middle of a conservation area. Very much a cheery, regulars' establishment, it is renowned for its warm welcome to visitors. A wide range of good value, home-cooked food is available.

Aberdeen Boat Club

The bar in the  club and boat house of the Aberdeen Boat Club on the banks of the Dee. Members only.

Abergeldie Bar (Aberdeen)

Large bar and lounge on Holburn Street near Bridge of Dee. Did have Tetley Bitter many years ago. Darts played. Close to Crathie student village.

Aberlour Hotel (Aberlour)

The Aberlour Hotel is a family run hotel, situated in the heart of Scotland`s malt whisky country. The well stocked bar offers a single cask ale and a variety of drams from Speyside and further afield.

Aboyne Golf Club

Aboyne Golf Club

Adams/Hawthorn (Aberdeen)

The Adams Lounge and the Hawthorn Bar occupy the same building. Smart lounge to the front adorned with multiple screens showing live sports. Refurbished in 2016 and now specialises in Tex-Mex food. The shuttered windows give a cosy feel to the place in the winter.

Against the Grain (Elgin)

Opened late August 2018, this is a small bar serving 'craft' beers from a converted barrel with six taps. Large range of bottled and canned beers. Restricted opening at moment but it is intended to open seven days a week in the near future and possibly install some cask ales.

Aitchies Ale House (Aberdeen)

This small corner bar is the closest real ale outlet to the city rail/bus stations and the Union Square shopping complex. Family owned, it retains the flavour of an old-fashioned Scottish pub with service second to none with bar staff all wearing traditional white aprons.

Albert Hotel (Peterhead)

Homely hotel and restaurant with the Lemon Tree pub.

Alexandra Hotel (Ballater)

Originally built as a private home in 1800 and becoming the Alexandra Hotel in 1915, this smart, friendly and family owned lounge bar, is popular with locals for bar suppers and regular bar drinkers also.

Alford Golf Club

Bar in golf club.

Anchor Hotel (Johnshaven)

Small, family-run hotel in seaside village. Predominant food led specialising in seafood. The bar is lined with tables for dining. Three pumps, two in winter, serve a variety of beers, predominantly national brands.

Archibald Simpson (Aberdeen)

This Wetherspoons pub is in one of many monumental granite buildings in central Aberdeen designed by local architect Archibald Simpson and is the former local headquarters of Clydesdale Bank. It has a pillared entrance overlooked for more than 180 years by a sculpture of Ceres.

Ardennan House

The Ardennan House Hotel is a family run small hotel located on the edge of Inverurie with a restaurant.

Ardoe House (Aberdeen)

Country house hotel with large function room,

Atholl Hotel (Aberdeen)

This medium sized hotel has a comfortable, modern lounge in an imposing Victorian, granite building has a well deserved reputation for excellent bar food.

Auld Motorhoose (Kirkwall, Orkney)

A motor themed, friendly pub with a single roomed bar with lots of motoring memorabilia and car parts scattered throughout the room. The juke box tends to blast out rock classics. Sister bar to the Torvhaug. Situated close to the bus station.

Ayre Hotel (Kirkwall, Orkney)

Overlooking Kirkwall harbour, the oldest part of the Ayre dates back to 1791 and it was a Temperance Hotel between 1885 and 1938. There are plenty of comfortable seats in the lounge to relax with a pint after a day exploring the many visitor attractions locally.