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Tel code: 01334 | code search
Postcode: KY14 | code search
Population: 2000
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Newburgh is a small historic town on the Firth of Tay, situated in a remote north-west corner of Fife. It was founded in 1266, by the monks of Lindores Abbey as a market town. Early Newburgh thrived on weaving, fruit harvesting and salmon fishing and was a royal burgh by 1631. Newburgh port was built during 18th century, the economy prospered by exporting linen, salmon and stone from the three quarries. Salmon fishing continues but the main industry now is tourism. Newburgh has many architecturally interesting buildings including The Parish Church, hotel and taverns; Georgian Town House built 1808 sits on the south side of the high street. There are a few shops and local services, a Library and museum, open during summer. A recreational waterfront was built on the site of the old linoleum factory Remains of the MacDuff Cross is sited on a high hill, with panoramic views over looking Newburgh, the Tay and across to the Grampians. It is believed the cross marks where the clan MacDuff was granted rights of sanction for the murder of Macbeth. The Mugdrum Cross, a carved pillar of grey sandstone stands in the grounds of Mugdrum House. It appears to be Pictish c.1300 years old. The island of Mugdrum lies opposite the village providing nesting grounds for birds


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Udny Arms Hotel (0.07 miles)

Udny Arms Hotel

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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 ... More

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Ythan Hotel (0.20 miles)

Ythan Hotel
Located in the beautiful village of Newburgh, just 20 minutes from Aberdeen, The Ythan Hotel offers clean and comfortable accommodation with en-suite facilities throughout with friendly service to compliment the surrounding areas. The hotel offers ... More | visit website
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New Inn Hotel (4.09 miles)

New Inn Hotel
The New Inn Hotel is a historic old coaching inn built in 1704 and is situated in the centre of Ellon overlooking the River Ythan. The hotel has seventeen en suite bedrooms, all have LCD ... More | visit website
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Newmachar Hotel (7.89 miles)

Newmachar Hotel
The commuter village of Newmachar is situated only 7 miles from the centre of Aberdeen and a five minute drive from the airport. Convenient for businessmen as well as those looking to explore the whisky ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Aberdeen North (Murcar) (8.41 miles)

Premier Inn Aberdeen North (Murcar)
Conveniently positioned within easy reach of the A90. For shops and local amenities Aberdeen city centre is only 5 miles away. Close to Murcar Golf club. Our Aberdeen North (Murcar) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, ... More | visit website
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Kilmarnock Arms (8.91 miles)

Kilmarnock Arms
The Kilmarnock Arms is situated in the centre of the coastal village of Cruden Bay and only 800m from the world renowned Cruden Bay links Golf Course in Aberdeenshire. The hotel offers an excellent base ... More | visit website
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The Globe Inn (9.01 miles)

The Globe Inn

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The Globe Inn, is well situated in the Aberdeenshire village of Tarves, a short drive from Aberdeen, Bridge of Don Exhibition Centre or Aberdeen Airport, Dyce.Stay in our new en-suite ... More

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Travelodge Aberdeen Airport (10.36 miles)

Travelodge Aberdeen Airport is located 3 miles from Aberdeen Airport, 1.5 miles from Dyce Station, and 7 miles from Aberdeen Train Station. Also within easy reach of the hotel is; Aberdeen FC, 8 miles away; ... More | visit website

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Hillhead Halls (10.51 miles)

Hillhead Halls

The University of Aberdeen is one of the largest accommodation providers in the north-east. With a range of self-catered flats and standard rooms there is something to suit all requirements.

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Aberdeen Serviced Apartments - The Lodge (11.51 miles)

Aberdeen Serviced Apartments - The Lodge
Aberdeen Serviced Apartments spacious one-bedroom apartments are available for guests to enjoy the flexibility of a short-term booking. All of the apartments are self-contained and benefit from a video security system with fob entry. ... More | visit website

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