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Tel code: 01340 | code search
Postcode: AB55 | code search
Population: 4600
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Craighurst’s Restaurant
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Keith is a town in Moray divided by the River Isla in Aberdeenshire, in the north-east of Scotland situated at the start of the ‘Malt Whiskey Trail’. Keith is well-known as the home of the Keith Kilt School, the only school in the world still teaching the art of kilt-making. ‘Old Keith’ lies on the west of the river and dates back to 1180 when it was used as a cattle-trade centre. ‘New Keith’ was planned and laid out in1755 and is the larger settlement. Historically interesting structures include, the ‘auld brig’ a humped backed single span bridge built over the River Isla in 1609, St Thomas Catholic Church built in 1831 with copper dome and St Ruffus Church built in 1816-19 with lofty clock tower, a fine example of perpendicular Gothic. Keith is a traditional town with large Main Square, a shopping street with a range of shops and amenities. There is a sports hall and an 18-hole golf course. Attractions include the Scottish Tartans Museum and the distilleries in and around Keith including; Glen Keith built in 1960 and Strathisla which has been operating since 1786, it is the oldest legally operating distillery in the Highlands and has a visitor centre and guided tours.

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Alex M Grant & Co Ltd
Graeme Fraser & Co
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Attraction

Balvenie Castle
Strathisla Distillery

Classes

Dance - Kalilas Belly Dancing

Dentist

Keith Dental Practice

Doctor

The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Stephen & Robb

Golf Club

Keith

Pub and Bar

Commercial Hotel
Crown Inn
Plough Inn
Royal Oak Inn

Restaurant

Craighurst’s Restaurant

School

Keith Grammar School
Keith Primary School
St Thomas RC Primary School

Solicitor

Stephen & Robb

Taxi

Alpha Taxis

B & B Taxis
Delta Taxis
Isla Taxis

Vet

Seafield Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Keith LTC (Tennis)

Shops

Flower Power
Clark's Pharmacy
Harold Stewart

Places to Stay near Keith

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Mannoch Hill Cottage (6.93 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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Mill House Hotel (7.47 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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Castle Hotel (8.76 miles)

Castle Hotel
It takes a special kind of passion to seek out the rare, beautiful and extraordinary, from the moment you step inside you will sense you have arrived at a very special place. The Castle ... More | visit website
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Trochelhill Country House (9.13 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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Craigellachie Hotel (9.62 miles)

Craigellachie Hotel

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Built in 1893, this country house hotel offers modern day comforts and facilities whilst capturing the charm of yesteryear. Found in the beautiful village of Craigellachie, at the confluence of the Fiddich ... More

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Eastbank Hotel (9.66 miles)

Eastbank Hotel

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The Eastbank Hotel is found in Rothes, right in the heart of the world famous 'Whisky Trail'. Surrounded by the most breathtaking scenery the hotel is situated in the centre of ... More

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Cullen Bay Hotel (11.03 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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Norlaggan (11.15 miles)

Norlaggan

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We are a small family run Three Star Guest House situated in Speyside, Scotland offering quality assured B&B accommodation We also have a well appointed lounge exclusively for the use of ... More

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Seafield Arms Hotel (11.24 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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Aberlour Hotel (11.40 miles)

Aberlour Hotel

A traditional, family-run hotel located in one of Scotland's most serene landscapes. With 22 letting bedrooms, each with a high standard of cleanliness, comfort and decor, the Aberlour Hotel is the perfect place to unwind ... More | visit website

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