This website is dedicated to the village hall of Kincardine O'Neil. The hall is administered by a charity (number SC017359) run by an elected committee, which oversees it's maintenence and usage. The hall is widely used for community events, as well as being open to private or commercial hire. A badminton court has also just been re-established which makes it an excellent venue for indoor sports throughout the winter months.
Kincardine O'Neil in the County of Aberdeenshire in the North-East of Scotland is a small historic village situated on the A93 beside the River Dee, between the larger settlements of Banchory and Aboyne and 25 miles west of the city of Aberdeen.
For more information see the official village website here.
The hall is available for bookings from as little at £10 per hour (local rate). It can be hired out on either private or commercial terms and is typically used for things such as community groups, private parties, music rehearsal/gigs and excercise classes etc.
To request a booking, or to view the calendar to see what dates are available please see the bookings page.
Please read the terms and conditions of hire before proceeding to make a booking (these are also available for download here ).