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Durn House
Banff
Grampian

AB45 2XT | View map

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Durn House is located in a quiet backwater in the picturesque coastal fishing village of Portsoy on the Moray/Banffshire Coast. Durn House was built in 1770 and is an elegant Georgian Mansion House with historical links to the Battle of Culloden, still retaining original architecture ,including plaster work, a stunning stone spiral staircase, huge open fires, plus furnishings with luxury fabrics and antiques.

All 6 guest suites are in a quiet location overlooking the grounds with luxury bathrooms, access to a large private guest lounge as well as several reception rooms. Breakfasts are served with personal attention with home made preserves, bread, fresh local produce and the special 'Durn House smoked Kippers'. Durn House guests are offered a relaxed haven in easy distance of local attractions, Caste Trail, Whisky Trail, Cairngorm National Park as well as the numerous beaches, fishing villages and stunning scenery. A warm welcome awaits.

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