The Globe Inn

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AB10 1RJ

The Globe Inn, Aberdeen

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Ideally situated in the heart of the vibrant and lively City of Aberdeen, yet just nicely enough off the beaten track, to ensure you stay is a peaceful and relaxing one, The Globe is a mere two minute stroll from Aberdeens main shopping thoroughfare; Union Street. Nearby you will find the refurbished His Majestys Theatre, top music and arts venues, the Music Hall and Lemon Tree, Aberdeen Art Gallery and the beautiful Union Terrace Gardens. As well as a wide range of malts we provide a good selection of lagers, beers, wines and traditional hand pulled ales.

When the weather is pleasant, why not take advantage of our walled beer garden with its fantastic locally painted mural and giant heated parasol. If you are visiting the city on business or pleasure, The Globe Inn is the place for you. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon.

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