In the heart of Abderdeen

We’re nestled in the middle of the City centre with fantastic links to public transport.
Windmill Brae, Aberdeen, AB11 6HU

On Foot

Windmill Brae runs parallel to Union Street in Aberdeen City Centre.Standing with your back to the Music Hall, cross the road and take the first road on your right, Crown Street. Travel less than 20m and you’ll see Windmill Brae on your left.You’ll find ShapeShifters Aberdeen half way down Windmill Brae just after Café Boheme.

By car

There are lots of one-way systems in place in the centre of Aberdeen so we’d recommend approaching from the top of Union Street.Travel down Union Street and turn right ontoDee Street (opposite the Music Hall), then immediate left onto Langstane Place. Across the cross roads atCrown Terrace and you’re on Windmill Brae.

Parking is available on the street although it can be busy and is slightly on the expensive side.Alternate parking is available in the Trinity Centre and you can then just walk 50m up Windmill Brae to our front door.

By Bus or Train

We’re less than a 5 minute walk from the Union Square which houses both Aberdeen Train Station and Aberdeen Bus Station.

Exit Union Square through the large glass doors which look onto Costa coffee, walk across the square towards the Station Hotel.Climb the steps and cross Guild Street at the pedestrian crossing before turning to your left and walking past the entrance to the Trinity Centre.

Continue along Guild Street and turn the corner to your right onto College Street. Cross at the pedestrian lights to walk up the left side of College Street towards Union Street. After about 50m turn left onto Bath Street and follow Bath St. down the slope where it meets Windmill Brae. You’ll find us halfway up Windmill Brae on your left hand side before Café Boheme.

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