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Our first recommendation is the Waterside Hotel
which has some lovely views across the estuary of the River Ugie, ample parking, a restaurant, Wi-Fi and is pet friendly.
Local attractions include the Peterhead Prison Museum
Peterhead in Aberdeenshire is set in the scenic Buchan area and has recently featured in the BBC television programme Trawlermen
and many visitors to Peterhead enjoy visiting the harbour to see the trawlers and famous fishermen like Jimmy Buchan. Other famous people from Peterhead include the film actor Peter Mullan
and the TV and stage magician Stuart MacLeod
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Nearby visitor attractions for those staying in Peterhead accommodation include the picturesque Bullers Of Buchan
, the atmospheric Slains Castle
Strathbeg RSPB Centre
Other places to visit in Peterhead include the RAF Buchan Boddam Statue
located near to the old site of RAF Buchan, a short walk from Boddam Buchanness Lighthouse
Historical buildings in Peterhead include the Reform Tower Peterhead Towerhill Monument
and modern attractions and events include the Peterhead Fish Fest
and Scottish Week
Peterhead is nicknamed the Blue Town or Blo Toon as the locals pronounce the phrase. Some say this is because Peterhead had rows and rows of houses with slate roofs that looked blue in the sunshine, whilst others say it is because in olden days Fishermen would wear their town colours on their sweaters for easy identification.
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Where to stay in Peterhead
Our first where to stay in Peterhead
recommendation is the Alexander's Invernettie Guest House based on the main entrance to the town from Aberdeen. It is easily found by taking the fourth exit on the MacDonalds roundabout and taking the first left. This Peterhead accommodation is family run by husband and wife Brian and Carol Alexander with the help of their children Debbie and Stewart.
The major advantage of this accommodation Peterhead is that it is on one floor with full disabled access. There is plenty of free off road parking in their large car park. Room rates for bed and breakfast can be found at their website www.alexandersinvernettieguesthouse.co.uk and this Peterhead accommodation consists of one en-suite family room (one double bed and one single bed, one en-suite twin room, three en-suite single rooms and two single rooms with private bathrooms or shower rooms). Each room has digital freeview TVs with built in DVDs, free wi-fi and tea and coffee making facilities.
Rooms are serviced daily and guests to this Peterhead B&B have access to a large room with comfortable sofas and chairs which commands some wonderful views across the North Sea towards nearby Boddam where the Boddam Buchanness Lighthouse
can be clearly seen. The owners provide binoculars so that their B&B guests can view the Lighthouse and Sea close up where there is an active fish and lobster fishing community.
Breakfast is served in the dining room where guests to this Peterhead accommodation can enjoy a continental breakfast, range of cereal, fruit juice, cooked Scottish breakfast and tea and coffee. Dietary needs can be accommodated if you need vegan, diary free or vegetarian meals.
Other facilities at the Alexander's Invernettie Guest House includes gas central heating, linen and towels provided with hairdryer on request.
Alexander's Invernettie Guest House welcome children and cots and high chairs are available.
Though no pets are permitted at Alexander's Invernettie Guest House they do welcome guide dogs.
There is full wheelchair access throughout the guest house and a disabled toilet and shower room.
Local amenities include a newsagent and grocer shop within walking distance, easy access to buses to Aberdeen and surrounding villages, and a church. Peterhead town centre is a short walk away with a range of shops, restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, hospital, sports centre including swimming pool and a weekend cinema.
Alexander's Invernettie Guest House
Tel: +44 (0) 1779 473 530
Fax: +44 (0) 1779 473 530
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Windmill Guest House
Windmill Guest House
Peterhead is located at 15 Balmoor Terrace. A short walk to the town centre and Peterhead Balmoor football stadium. This Peterhead accommodation is a charming Victorian town house which benefits from private parking and has en suite and standard single, twin or family rooms available.
The bedrooms at Windmill Guest House Peterhead have a TV, DVD and CD player, free Wifi internet access, hospitality tray and hairdryer. There is central heating and room rates can be for with or without full Scottish breakfast.
Telephone 01779 475134 or visit
www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/windmill.html for further details including room rates and visitor comments.
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