Following an ambition to expand to Aberdeen and take advantage of the frequenting business workers in the oil and gas industry, Apple Apartments has converted one of the city’s unused churches into serviced apartments.
“We wanted a boutique property that offered a different kind of experience in Aberdeen to differentiate from the other providers,” says owner Billy Cowe. “Not only was the space great value for the price, but the 19th century architecture and artistic stained-glass windows was the unique selling point we were looking for.”
The one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments offer a wide range of features, including fully-fitted modern kitchens and comfortable bespoke furniture from New Concept Interiors. The modern, clean environment contrasts with the classical Victorian design of the building, with preserved mosaics decorating the walls and, in some cases, the entire living room.