Just like the residences surrounding it, the Aberdeen Lodge is housed in a beautiful three-storey building consisting of two adjoining houses built at the end of the 19th century. The nice little car-park just in front of the hotel is ideal. Guests will really feel at home when they enter the guesthouse. A large part of the ground floor is set aside as the owners' living quarters, so the tiny reception is open until 1:00am, after which guests must use a card to enter the premises. The walls of the corridor are adorned with various awards that the guesthouse has won. A door opens into a cosy, charming lounge with Edwardian furniture (checked sofas and armchairs), low-lighting, a marble fireplace, a small library area and a computer. Every painting is worth studying, as are the various Edwardian pieces. The property is enclosed by low walls and the tall trees surrounding it guarantee guests' privacy. The small garden, from where you can see the large open kitchen, is carpeted with a beautiful lawn; and the small, pretty terrace area adorned with potted flowers is decked with four round tables. All the while, the household cat strolls peacefully around the ground floor of the property.