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Peterhead is the second largest town in Aberdeenshire, 32 miles north of Aberdeen, situated on a promontory, the most easterly point of mainland Scotland, projecting into the North Sea, Peterhead Bay lies to the south and the River Ugie to the north. Peterhead was granted burgh of barony in 1593. In 1820 Peterhead was one of the largest whaling ports; today it is an important fishing port and service base with heliport for the North Sea oil and gas off-shore Riggs. Peterhead was founded by the Keith Earls in 1587 and developed as a planned settlement. The harbour area was developed during 18th century. Peterhead is a busy town popular with tourists; there are supermarkets, main chain-stores and shops, inns, pubs and hotels. The town’s buildings are mainly red granite with some interesting architecture, including the Parish Kirk built in1804 and the Town House built in 1788, with a tall steeple and a four faced clock, out in front stands a statue of Field Marshall Keith. To the north-west of town beside the Ugie are the remains of castles Inverugie and Ravenscraig. The Arbuthnot Museum contains interesting information on the history of the fishing and whaling industries. Peterhead also has both a 9 and 18-hole golf course.


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Aberdeen Considine
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Peterhead Farmers Market

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Baileys Lounge Bar
Clerkhill Inn
Grange Inn
Harbour Lights Bar

Rocksley Inn
Sands Bar
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Buchanhaven School
Meethill School
Peterhead Central School
Peterhead New Community School


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Peterhead Football Club (Football)


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Palace Hotel (0.10 miles)

Palace Hotel

Centrally located, The Palace Hotel is an independent 3 star hotel which serves as an excellent base for exploring the delights of the North-East. Whether you are staying for business or pleasure, the Palace Hotel ... More | visit website

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Athena (1.11 miles)


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If you are attending Offshore Europe 2007 (OE) and need somewhere to stay why not stay somewhere with a difference!Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC) have organised for a beautiful ... More

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The Waterside Inn (1.78 miles)

The Waterside Inn

Located on Scotland's stunning north east coast, the Swallow Waterside Inn is a purpose built hotel set in its own extensive gardens on the banks of the estuary of the River Ugie.

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Buchan Braes Hotel (2.58 miles)

Buchan Braes Hotel

Located in the village of Boddam by Peterhead, Buchan Braes Hotel is a brand new contemporary and stylish 4 star hotel. It is the Palace Hotel's new sister hotel. The hotel is an excellent base ... More | visit website

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Kilmarnock Arms (6.63 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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New Inn Hotel (14.57 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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Udny Arms Hotel (15.31 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 (15.56 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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The Globe Inn (18.95 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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Mill of Nethermill (21.51 miles)

Mill of Nethermill
Mill of Nethermill Holidays is located in a secluded bay on the beautiful Banffshire coast, North East Scotland, and ideally situated near the well known village of Pennan, home of the Pennan Inn and C-listed ... More | visit website

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