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Udny Arms Hotel
Main Street
Newburgh
Grampian

AB41 6BL | View map

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Overlooking the beautiful, peaceful Ythan Estuary, 10 miles (16 km) north of Aberdeen, this charming 3-star hotel offers delicious food and a bistro that overlooks the estuary. At the Udny Arms Hotel you can either dine in the bistro, looking out over the water and the estuary’s wildlife or you can enjoy a tasty bar meal.

There is an indefinable quality about this part of the world that our guests notice as soon as they arrive and that brings them back to the hotel time and again. Credit for this unique atmosphere must go to the calming influence of the River Ythan; the changing moods of the Forvie Estuary; and the joy of sharing it all with eider duck and geese. Whatever the reason and whatever the season, it seems folk simply can't help but relax here, and for nigh-on one hundred years they have been coming here to do just that.

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Ratings/Awards:
Michelin
AA 2 Star
Taste of Scotland
Scotland the Best
Scotland's Personal Hotels
Number of Rooms: 26
Number Ensuite: 26
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Restaurant

Name: The Bistro
Cuisine: Scottish/French
Chef: Mr Scott Kinghorn
Awards: AA Red Rosette

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