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Buckie

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County - Grampian | Map
Tel code: 01542 | code search
Postcode: AB56 | code search
Population: 8100
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Mill House Hotel
"This hotel is now under new management and has been refurbished to a very high standard. well worth another visit.

Date visited: 17/07/2010 ..." More

Mill House Hotel
"The hotel was old and smelt very damp. the room was worse, with the smell of damp and very overpriced. the shower did not work great at all, ..." More

Mill House Hotel
"Very friendly owners and excellent room. Meal was superb. Would strongly recommend

Date visited: 250308 ..." More

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Buckie is a fishing town within the district of Moray in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, situated 8 miles north-east of Fochabers, on the Moray Firth with the Burn of Buckie flowing through town dividing east and west. Buckie’s traditional fishing communities’ date back to the 17th century; Buckie has been described as ‘the largest purely fishing village in Scotland’. Buckie’s new town was laid out by the Gordon family of Cluny in the late 1700’s, with a central square and long main street, in linear style following the coastline. The harbour was constructed c1880 and was once a thriving fishing port catching herring and shellfish, Cluny Harbour is currently the home of an active shipyard. Buckie is a quaint town with attractively painted old fishermen’s houses; it is popular with tourists and has a hotel. Historical structures include, The North Parish Church dating from 1880, housing the town clock, overlooking Cluny square. Recreational facilities include two cliff-top golf courses, a swimming pool, two bowling greens, the Maritime Heritage Centre and a gallery. Buckie lies at the finishing point of the Speyside Way, a scenic long distance footpath along the coast. The distillery at Inchgower, sits a mile inland from town; best known for its Inchgower Single Malt.

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Cushine Financial Services
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Ritsons

Caravan Park

Strathlene Caravan Park

Club

Kiss

Cottage

Boatmans Cottage

Dentist

Dental Surgery

Doctor

Cullen Surgery
J Tuckerman

Estate Agent

Home Wise Estate Agents

Golf Club

Buckpool
Strathlene

Performing Arts

Buckie Choral Union

Pub and Bar

Admiral
Anchor Bar
Craigenroan Bar
Harbour Bar
Northern Lights
Pub In The Square
Star Inn

Three Kings Inn

Restaurant

Admiral
China Town Restaurant
Mill House Hotel
Three Kings Inn

School

Buckie Community High School
Cluny Primary School
Millbank Primary School
St Peter’s RC Primary School

Solicitor

Alexander George & Co

Taxi

Cullen Taxis
Harbour Taxis
Innes Taxis

Shops

Cottage Flowers
W S Taylor
Sean Mulligan
D E Shoes
Oops a Daisy
Superdrug
Lauraine's Crafts (Mobile Craft Shop)

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Mill House Hotel (3.49 miles)

Mill House Hotel
The Mill House Hotel & Restaurant still has the same character as before but now with a modern twist, the complete hotel as undergone major facelift and the 16 bedrooms in particular have been furnished ... More | visit website
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Cullen Bay Hotel (4.76 miles)

Cullen Bay Hotel
The Cullen Bay Hotel enjoys a beautiful and elevated position on the Moray Firth Coast in the North East of Scotland. A family run hotel offering outstanding accommodation in beautifully furnished rooms High quality cuisine ... More | visit website
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Seafield Arms Hotel (5.53 miles)

Seafield Arms Hotel

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One the finest and most popular hotels on the Moray Firth Coast, Scotland. Full of character and charm which sits so well, peacefully and calmly, ... More

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Trochelhill Country House (8.79 miles)

Trochelhill Country House
Located in the heart of Moray, Trochelhill is set in 2 acres of beautiful rural Speyside, with the famous Whisky Trail on our doorstep. Many whisky distilleries are only a short drive away, Glen Grant, ... More | visit website
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Durn House (10.08 miles)

Durn House

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Durn House is located in a quiet backwater in the picturesque coastal fishing village of Portsoy on the Moray/Banffshire Coast. Durn House was built in 1770 and is an elegant ... More

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The Boyne Hotel (10.14 miles)

The Boyne Hotel

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The Boyne Hotel is situated in the heart of the seaside village of Portsoy, a moments walk form the old harbour. The hotel boasts ten en-suite bedrooms and a popular ... More

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Station Hotel (10.22 miles)

Station Hotel

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The warmest of welcomes awaits you at the Station Hotel, a comfortable family run hotel situated in the historic town of Portsoy, which is on the breathtaking Grampian Coastal Trail and ... More

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Premier Inn Elgin (12.08 miles)

Premier Inn Elgin
Conveniently located for Elgin bus and train stations. For shops and local amenities Elgin town centre is only 2 miles away. Our Elgin Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and ... More | visit website
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Lossie Cottage (12.12 miles)

Lossie cottage is situated at the heart of the popular seaside town of Lossiemouth on Scotlands beautiful Moray Firth and makes a super alternative to hotel accommodation for anyone looking for a short break whether ... More | visit website
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Mannoch Hill Cottage (12.51 miles)

Mannoch Hill Cottage

Private Cottage ideally placed for Fishing, Golf, Whiskey & Castle Trails, Bird Watching & Touring the countryside. Spacious and flexible accommodation. The cottage is set in 2 acres of private garden and offers a double ... More | visit website

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