B & B at The Shoppe
Edwina and Dave Flowers invite you to come and stay at The Shoppe in New Aberdour. You will receive a warm and friendly welcome to our bed and breakfast accommodation and can be assured of a very comfortable and relaxing stay. We are located 7 miles West of Fraserburgh on the B9031 and just 5 minutes from New Aberdour beach. We are ideally situated for visiting the rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and picturesque coves that make this corner of Scotland a place you will never forget. The shop itself stocks a full range of convenience items as well as local produce and a variety of magazines and daily newspapers.
We have a choice of two double rooms available, both of which are non-smoking and having an en-suite shower room. There is also a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. We also have a family room available that caters for up to four people.
Cruden Bay to Fraserburgh, Crovie to Cullen. Choose any one of these nearby North/North East coast villages to visit anything from beautiful beaches, rocky cliffs, historic fishing villages and various nature reserves.
Fraserburgh's Golf Course, The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses (Kinnaird Head Lighthouse) and Maggie's Hoosie in Inverallochy are just ten minutes away.
How about a spot of shopping at the famous 'Spotty Bag Shop' at Banff or a walk around the Marine Aquarium at Macduff.
Portsoy hosts the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival annually and if wildlife is your thing then Spey Bay is home to the Moray Firth Wildlife Centre where, as well as finding out more about the local wildlife, you can buy the most unusual of holiday souvenirs, by adopting a dolphin!!
There are many Castles and Historical Houses in the area including Duff House, Huntly Castle, Slains Castle and Fyvie Castle. (If you asked a little girl to draw a picture of a princess's castle it may look a little bit like Fyvie with it's small windows, towers complete with pointy roof and the building's pinkish colour!).
Aden Park is a short drive where not only is there a park but a farming museum complete with miners cottage as it would have been many years ago with it's resident 'housewife' making real oatcakes. If you take a short walk into the woods there is also a farming house with guided tours showing how the house and farm would have been kept in the fifties.
Finally, if all you want is a quiet, tranquil and relaxing stay then this is the perfect place for you. Fraserburgh beach has been awarded the Best Beach 2009 award because of its cleanliness and pure golden sand and there are various places to eat should you require a formal evening meal.
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This page was last updated: 30 August 2010