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B and Bs in Portsoy

Station Hotel
Seafield Street
Portsoy
Grampian

AB45 2QT | View map

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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 on the banks of Loch Soy.

Portsoy is a fascinating village, steeped in history, and it boasts the oldest natural harbour in Europe. Every summer Portsoy hosts the famous Small Boats Festival. Ideally situated for a variety of activities, The Station Hotel is under the watchful eye of Euan and Susan Cameron who are keen to ensure you enjoy a 'home from home' visit. The North East Coastal Trail is almost 200 miles of some of Scotlands finest maritime landscapes - acres of sandy beaches, picturesque harbours, seabirds flocked at craggy cliffs - and dolphins play offshore. Portsoy links to Scotland's exceptional Grampian Castle Trail and renowned Whisky Trail, taking you through centuries of Scotttish culture and tradition. A superb golfing destination base, surrounded by a wealth of championship courses and hidden gems. The hotel can arrange special prices with many of the local courses.

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