Hotels in Portsoy

The Boyne Hotel
2 North High Street

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The Boyne Hotel is situated in the heart of the seaside village of Portsoy, a moments walk form the old harbour. The hotel boasts ten en-suite bedrooms and a popular lounge bar.We aim to provide quality of service, in a calming, relaxed and friendly environment. Whether traveling for business or pleasure we hope the Boyne to be your home away from home. While with us you can enjoy our exciting and traditional menu of delicious, freshly prepared and locally sourced produce.Centraly situated between Aberdeen and Inverness, The Boyne Hotel makes an ideal base for those wishing to explore the delights of the North East of Scotland. With ten Golf Courses within easy reach, the North East is the perfect place to test your skill. Alternatively, you may wish to try Fishing, Sailing or Pony-Trekking. For those seeking a less energetic break, spend some time exploring the Whisky, Castle and Coastal Trails. Go dolphin watching or follow the Speyside Way footpath from the coast to the shadow of the Grampian Highlands. Visit Royal Deeside to encounter superb highland scenery. You may even be lucky enough to see ospreys fishing at the mouth of the River Spey.The village is home to the famous Portsoy Marble which was used in the construction of the Palace of Versailles. Portsoy boasts a stunning 17th Century Harbour and Loch Soy, a boating pond created in a former mill loch. Just to the north of Portsoy is the village of Sandend with its long stretch of secluded sandy beach.Each year Portsoy plays host to the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival, a highly entertaining weekend and a must for families visiting the area.

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