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  1. less than 10 miles
  2. Gradings

    Tarland

    Tower Workshop is a shop in Tarland that sells a wide range of antiques and interiors.

  3. The Old Royal Station

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    Gifts & Collectables

    Gradings

    Ballater

    This restored Victorian railway station contains displays on the one hundred year history of royal use.

  4. Butterworth Gallery

    Type

    Arts & Crafts

    Gradings

    Aboyne

    Butterworth Gallery is a family run gallery in Ballogie and features a permanent exhibition of oil paintings by Howard Butterworth.

  5. The Silver Thistle

    Type

    Arts & Crafts

    Gradings

    Ballater

    Welcome to The Silver Thistle

  6. less than 20 miles
  7. Mossat Antiques

    Type

    Antiques

    Gradings

    Mossat

    Mossat Antiques sell a wide range of antiques from their shop in Alford.

  8. Grampian Transport Museum

    Type

    Gifts & Collectables

    Gradings

    Alford

    Enjoy a treasure house of transport history at the Grampian Transport Museum.

  9. Castle Fraser Gift Shop

    Type

    Gifts & Collectables

    Gradings

    Kemnay

    About 16 miles west of Aberdeen is the stunning Castle Fraser, one of the grandest of the Scottish baronial tower houses.

  10. less than 50 miles
  11. Gradings

    Forfar

    Welcome to Gammies Country Clothing Ltd

  12. Spirit Of Wood

    Type

    Furniture

    Gradings

    Aberfeldy

    Spirit of Wood is a family run business that produce a wide range of quality hand crafted furniture, accessories and giftware.

  13. Haddo House

    Type

    Gifts & Collectables

    Gradings

    Pitmedden

    Haddo House was designed by William Adam for the 2nd Earl of Aberdeen in 1732, and refurbished in the 1880s.

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