As a regional centre Huntly was always well set up with places to stay. The Gordon Arms was the original point of arrival and departure for stagecoaches 250 years ago. The Dukes of Gordon used it as a base for horse racing activities on the Market Muir. Today the town is well served by three hotels. Another great way to discover what makes a town tick is to stay in a bed and breakfast. The owners will fill you in on what is really going on in town. Your hosts will serve up a mouthwatering Scottish breakfast. There is also an award winning campsite and caravan park on the banks of the River Deveron. A range of quality self-catering accommodation is available too.