ATTRACTIONS

Peterhead is the largest town in the North East and has a busy fishing fort, which is one of the busiest in Europe. The town has a population of 18,500. For a list of attractions, please visit http://www.visitscotland.com/info/towns-villages/peterhead-p238121

Golf

The North East of Scotland is home to over 70 golf courses and we are truly spoilt for choice. Located in the town of Peterhead is the 18th oldest 18 hole golf course in the world. Established in 1841, Peterhead Golf Course was extended to 18 holes in 1908 and today, the course is seen as a classic example of Scottish seaside golf at its best and one of the toughest. Nearby in Cruden Bay is the championship course, an old-fashioned links golf course offering an internationally famous golfing experience. Last year, Cruden Bay Golf Course was placed at No 52 in the world by ‘Golf Magazine’. Both courses are also loved for their magnificant beauty and panoramic views.

Other golfing gems dotted along the North East include Newburgh-on-Ythan, Fraserburgh, Alford, Royal Tarlair, Turriff and Huntly, all of which are a mixture of links and inland courses.



Castles

Aberdeenshire offers several castles in which to explore that are all within easy driving distance of the hotel.

Please visit the following for further information

www.visitscotland.com/see-do/itineraries/castles/scotlands-castle-trail

http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/visit/castles.asp

Whisky

Why not visit to one of the many Whisky Distilleries in and around Aberdeenshire, each with it’s own unique characteristics. Your visit to the North East of Scotland won’t be complete without a visit to one.

Please visit the following for further information

http://www.welcometoscotland.com/things-to-do/attractions/distilleries/aberdeen-grampian

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