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Buckie, Grampian

Review of Buckie by Brian on February 9th, 2009
Buckie is one of the best-kept secrets in the UK for holidays. There are regular trips from Buckie harbour to watch famous Moray Firth dolphins, and it's only a short drive to Spey Bay (where ospreys spend the summer) and Troup Head, one of the few mainland gannet colonies. The Malt Whisky Trail, starting at the Strathisla Distillery, makes a fantastic day out, especially if you can persuade someone else to drive! Strathlene sunsets are just stunning - and you can enjoy them from Moray Coast Cottage in Portessie!

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Dufftown, Grampian

Review of Dufftown by Mike Hunt on January 28th, 2006
Dufftown is electric especially at New Year. You get a free dram and free shortbread, this should be expetrienced by all. A friendly town and a good celtic celebrations, where everyone wishes everyone a guid new year, regardless whether they know you or not.

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Fochabers, Grampian

Review of Fochabers by Moira Morrison on April 23rd, 2007
Fochabers is a pleasant village to live in. The people are friendly and there is plenty to see and do - walks, places of interest, close to the sea and mountains. Something for everyone.

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Peterculter, Grampian

Review of Peterculter by Jason on June 18th, 2006
Beautiful place! Great bars!

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