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LOCAL AREA & ACTIVITIES
The area surrounding Deveronside offers a fantastic variety of attractions and activities for our guests.
Local Area & Activities - In & around Turriff
Set within stunning grounds, the charm of Fyvie ranges from its 13th-century origins to its stunning Edwardian interiors. The turreted castle is home to a superb collection of arms, armour and paintings (including works by Raeburn and Gainsborough) as well as the infamous ghost of the Green Lady...
If you're visiting over the first week of August, then you've come at the perfect time for Turriff Show - the largest two day agricutural show in Scotland. Certainly not just for farmers, the spectacular show offers over 250 trade stands, a fun fair, indoor shopping mall and ringside entertainments.
Founded in 1826, Glendronach is one of Scotland's oldest and most iconic working distilleries. The stylish, recently refurbished visitor centre offers a warm highland welcome to guests from far and wide, and with a variety of experiences and tasting tours on offer, there is something for everyone here.
With a history that spans more than a century, Turriff Golf Club has truly earned its position as a "Jewel in the Crown" of north-east golf courses. An 18-hole parkland course, the club gives golfers the challenge they desire and the spectacular scenery they've come to expect for great Scottish golf courses.
A favourite with locals and visitors alike, the bistro at the Fife Arms offers a unique dining experience. The chef has designed an exciting menu blending contemporary ideas with the highest quality, locally produced fresh ingredients.
This independent, family-owned department store offers a wonderful selection of quality fashion and homeware. Located in the heart of Turriff, the store also has a lovely restaurant and coffee parlour, perfect for afternoon tea after a hard day's shopping.
Dating from around 1050, Delgatie Castle is a uniqely Scottish castle set within an extensive estate with beautiful gardens and delightful walks for guests to enjoy. The award-winning 'Laird's Kitchen' serves freshly home made soups, mains, cakes and afternoon teas daily.
Local Area & Activities - Further afield
Johnstons is one of our favourite places to visit and be inspired. Best known for their luxurious cashmere used by designers such as Burberry and Chanel, the centurys-old mill offers beautiful homeware, furniture, fashion and a choice of two very tempting restaurants.
Visit the village of Fochabers where Baxters' delicious household favourites have been produced since their first shop opened here in 1868. The village offers a variety of specialty shops, stocked with a wide range of Baxters foods, as well as wines and whiskies, clothing, cookware and gifts.
Dating back to the 12th century, this magnificent ruin has seen more than its share of Scottish history, and has the scars to show for it. Explore the beautiful surroundings of the ancient castle and walk along the Deveron riverbank before returning to the attractive town centre.
After a £3million refurbishment by Piers Adam (the entrepeneur behind London's Mahiki and Whisky Mist), Craigellachie is an unlikely A-list favourite. "The Quaich" bar has one of Scotland's largest selections of single malt whiskys stocking almost 1,000 bottles.
The picturesque sea town of Cullen is quite literally a town of two halves, split in two by its iconic 19th century railway viaduct. Stroll down to the golden sands of Cullen beach to admire the Three Kings rock stack – said to mark the graves of 3 Norse kings who died following a bloody battle at nearby Bauds.
Brodie Countryfare has built its reputation on quality, a theme that is evident throughout. Located very close to Brodie Castle, the family-owned destination offers a relaxing country shopping and dining experience for all the family, with fashion, furniture, homeware and eye-popping restaurant & foodhall.
Local Area and Activities Map
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