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Peterhead Guest House
Places to stay in Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland with Bed and Breakfast and B&B facilities and contact telephone number, address and website details.
Peterhead Guest House
details appear further below but first a brief introduction to Peterhead Town.
Peterhead is a beautiful and peaceful fishing town in the North East of Scotland. Places of interest include the Peterhead Prison Museum
, RSPB Nature Reserve
and Slains Castle
Aberdeen town centre is only 40 minutes drive and other places in Aberdeenshire are within a short drive.
Peterhead is nicknamed The Bloo Toon which means the blue town and got its name from when you entered Peterhead town and could see rows of houses with blue tiled roofs. It was one of the UK's top fishing ports and fish remains the town's largest industry.
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Each summer Peterhead hosts Scottish Week with Scottish entertainment and traditional food and drink from Scotland. This is a busy time for the Blo Toon so do please book your Peterhead Guest House early.
Centuries ago Peterhead was famous for the medicinal properties of its water and became a much visited Spa Town. In 1592 a stream called St Peter's Well was said to have healing powers and in 1636 Sir Andrew Moir wrote about the virtues of the mineral water of Peterhead at the Wynd (Wine) Well. In 1824 the Mineral Well at Gadle Braes was built. The remains still exists of the Well. People would come from throughout Scotland and Britain to partake of the Peterhead waters.
is conveniently located in the heart of Peterhead, The Bloo Toon, at Queen Street, giving access to the main shopping area with a range of restaurants, bars and nightclubs just a short walk away. Free parking is located behind the Clifton Hotel and the local bus route goes via this Peterhead hotel.
Accommodation at the Clifton House Hotel Peterhead consists of double rooms and family accommodation on the first floor with public rooms such as the bar and dining room on the ground floor. Breakfast and evening meals are available for guests and the owners like to use local Scottish ingredients.
The television lounge in the Clifton Hotel in Peterhead has a 50 inch plasma screen and Nintendo Wii for guest usage and the 19th century fireplace gives visitors a glimpse into the history and character of this former Townhouse.
Bedrooms in this Peterhead hotel have tea and coffee making facilities, bottled water, toiletries and a hairdryer.
Contact the Clifton Hotel Peterhead on (01779) 477838 or at
Clifton House Hotel
96 Queen Street
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