Hotels in Gardenstown, Crovie, Banff, Portsoy and Fraserburgh

Banff Springs Hotel, Banff
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Banff Springs Hotel    Banff

Welcome to Banff Springs the Hotel.unwind and refresh in Banffshire s largest and best known hotel with breathtaking views high above the golden sands of the Moray Firth it.s a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Now under local ownership and specializing in local produce our 36 bedroom hotel has exceptional features including a 250 seat function hall The Lounge Bar and newly refurbished Restaurant upgrading to a Luxury or.Sea view room is advised to optimize your stay.

Newburgh Inn, Newburgh
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Newburgh Inn    Newburgh

Set in the beautiful seaside town of Newburgh only 10 minutes from Aberdeen what was once the Ythan Hotel closed and reopened in 2014 as The Newburgh Inn. Under the direction of the team that has made such a success of multi award winning Mains of Scotstown Inn at Bridge of Don great food will be at the heart of the Inn focusing on great pub food with a few inventive surprises from our dedicated chef team.

Buchan Braes Hotel, Boddam, near Peterhead
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Buchan Braes Hotel    Boddam    near Peterhead

Buchan Braes Hotel is Peterhead s only 4-star hotel. The hotel features an open plan Lounge Bar and Rosette award winning Grill Room with open kitchen serving food made from local produce. It also boasts 44 luxurious bedrooms 3 suites conference facilities and a ballroom making this hotel the ideal place to stay when visiting the area. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

Palace Hotel, Peterhead
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Palace Hotel    Peterhead

The Palace Hotel is an independent 3 star hotel centrally located in town and serves as an excellent base for exploring the delights of the North-East. Whether you are staying for business or pleasure the Palace Hotel offers accommodation where your comfort is our top priority in relaxing surroundings. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities direct dial telephone colour TV satellite channels tea making facilities and hairdryer as standard. Wireless internet access is now FreeLY available throughout the hotel. Free Parking is available to the front and rear of the hotel.

Station Hotel, Portsoy
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Station Hotel    Portsoy

The warmest of welcomes awaits you in this small friendly family run hotel situated in the beautiful small town of Portsoy which is set right on the Moray Firth coast offering spectacular cliff top and seaside scenery. This is where to come to rest and relax away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.The Station Hotel has 15 comfortable en-suite rooms and a fabulous restaurant where the menu changes daily and where only the freshest local produce is used.

The Davron Hotel, Fraserburgh
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The Davron Hotel    Fraserburgh

David and Sharon Watt welcome you to The Davron Hotel. The building is a traditional old Scottish house full of charm and character believed to be dated around 1898 set in Traditional Fishing Village of Rosehearty located only a few miles west of Fraserburgh.It is.within easy reach of the wonderful granite city of Aberdeen and its International Airport. We took over the Hotel in July 2012 the Hotel was in desperate need of Major refurbishment and TLC.

The Boyne Hotel, Portsoy
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The Boyne Hotel    Portsoy

Lying on the Moray coast between Cullen and Banff Portsoy is a quite charming port village. It s attractive uphill town centre has fascinating streets winding down to the remarkable harbour and the well-known local jewellery made from.Portsoy marble.which was once shipped to Versailles is on view in one of the warehouses overlooking the harbour.

The Fife Arms Hotel, Turriff

The Fife Arms Hotel    Turriff

A very warm welcome awaits we hope you ll visit our small hotel and bistro in the near future..The Fife Arms Hotel is an 18th century staging inn standing on the Square in Turriff ideally situated for golfing fishing castle viewing coastal and hill walks. In easy reach of Aberdeen (30 minutes drive) Elgin (45 minutes) and Inverness (105 minutes) with all their attractions.

The County Hotel, Banff

The County Hotel    Banff

Designed by George Robertson about 1778 for the Garden-Robinson family (noted merchants and long-standing Provosts of the Burgh) the building contains many features copied from nearby Duff House William Adam s baroque masterpiece and stately home of the Earls and Dukes of Fife. A Grecian styled porch way with splendid segmented fanlight was added about 1830.. Since conversion to a small prestigious hotel in 1977 the bedrooms have been individually furnished and decorated with all modern-day comforts for the discerning guest.

The Waterside, Peterhead
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The Waterside    Peterhead

Located on Scotland s stunning north east coast the The Waterside is a purpose built hotel set in its own extensive gardens on the banks of the estuary of the River Ugie..With 105 en-suite bedrooms and suites and extensive conference and banqueting facilities the hotel makes a perfect venue for any occasion.

Rocksley Inn, Stirling Village, Peterhead

Rocksley Inn    Stirling Village    Peterhead

The Rocksley Inn is situated approximately 3 miles south of Peterhead at Stirling Village the location makes it an ideal location for exploring this wonderful part of the north east Scotland.Getting to the hotel is easy we have on site floodlit car park for residents and visitors to use but there is also bus stops outside either to go into Peterhead Town or to Aberdeen.

Fife Lodge Hotel, Banff
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Fife Lodge Hotel    Banff

The Fife Lodge Hotel is the perfect hotel for visitors to the North East of Scotland for Golf Fishing Walking Castles Whisky and Adventure or just a quiet break. Set in private grounds and with one of the largest Ballrooms in Aberdeenshire the hotel has an excellent reputation for Weddings. Visitors to the area will find many breathtaking views of the countryside and long golden sandy beaches -- great for romance artists and photographers.

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