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Tel code: 01330 | code search
Postcode: AB31 | code search
Population: 6500
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Birthplace of:
James Skinner
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Hauntings and Ghosts:
Creepy Crathes Castle

Banchory Events

Banchory Festival of Scottish Music

A Festival of Flowers & Music
Midsummer Prom

Banchory Show

Deeside Steam & Vintage Club Ltd Annual Rally
Feugh Fest
Feugh Fest

Exlusively Highlands Christmas Fair
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Feughside Inn
"i have been to the Fueghside for a few meals and just was there this evening to eat and have to say,had a lovely meal as always and had a ..." More

Feughside Inn
"I live in this area and have visited this place several times. I am compelled to write due to the negative response the poor Angus Team received from 'regular diners'. ..." More

Castlewood Leisure Park
"Have just spent a very enjoyable 4 nights at the castlewood with my family,The lodges are of a very high standard and we have recommended them to all our friends ..." More

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Banchory is a town in Royal Deeside, Aberdeeshire, Scotland, situated 16 miles west of Aberdeen on the north bank of the River Dee. Banchory is known as the ‘Gateway to Royal Deeside’ surrounded by picturesque scenery and attractive hills including the Cairn o Mount standing at 450m high. Banchory is an ancient settlement where St Ternan is said to have founded a monastery during the 5th century, two early Christen Cross-Slabs survive near the site of the old church. North of town is the Hill of Fare, the site of the Battle of Corrichie in 1562. The town was founded in 1805 and has historically interesting structures including two famous castles, the Crathes and Drum both run by the National Trust for Scotland. On Scolty Hill to the west there is a tower monument dedicated to General Burnett. Banchory has developed as a tourist resort with hotels, a Camping and Caravan Park, restaurants, pubs and a museum. There is a High Street with a variety of shops and a supermarket. The golf course was built in 1905, there is a driving range, mountain bike trails, and the River Feugh offers fishing. Banchory holds a summer show with fairground stalls and games, craft fair and competitions.


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Banchory Financial Services
Deeside Book Keeping
John Waddell


Crathes Castle, Garden and Estate
Drum Castle
Go Ape!

Caravan Park

Campfield Caravan Site
Feughside Caravan Park


Dental Surgery
Fountain Dental Group


Bellfield Surgery
The Surgery

Estate Agent

Abderdein Considine
Strutt & Parker

Farmers Market

Banchory Farmers Market

Golf Club

Banchory Golf Club
Inchmarlo Golf Centre

Holiday Park

Castlewood Leisure Park
Silver Ladies

Pub and Bar

Feughside Inn
Potarch Hotel


Derbar Indian Restaurant
Feughside Inn
Milton (The)
St Tropez Restaurant


Banchory Primary School
Hill of Banchory Primary School


Hutcheon Rattray & Co


D & M Taxis
Davro Taxis
Deeside Taxis


Woodside Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Banchory CC (Cricket)


Hay's Flowers
The Pet Shop
Burrells Pharmacy
Edinburgh Woollen Mill


Battle Grounds Paintball Aberdeen(Adventure)

Go Ape!(Adventure)

Places to Stay near Banchory


Best Western Burnett Arms Hotel (0.08 miles)

Best Western Burnett Arms Hotel

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Historic coaching inn ideally situated for touring Royal Deeside and the North East of Scotland. 18 miles from Aberdeen and 15 miles from Aberdeen International Airport. Facilities include ... More

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Tor-na-Coille Hotel (0.50 miles)

Tor-na-Coille Hotel
Standing serenely on a wooded rise on the outskirts of the picturesque little town of Banchory and with its grey granite walls lavishly overhung with ivy, the Tor-na-Coille is a romantically attractive hotel offering peace, ... More | visit website
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Banchory Lodge Hotel (0.56 miles)

Banchory Lodge Hotel

This impressive Georgian house is set in 12 acres of well tended grounds, on the banks of the River Dee. Roaring log fires and an abundance of fresh flowers are features of the two comfortable ... More | visit website

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Inchmarlo Resort & Golf Club (1.10 miles)

Inchmarlo Resort & Golf Club

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Inchmarlo set in the peaceful woodland surroundings of Inchmarlo Golf Club within the heart of Royal Deeside and yet just 30 minutes drive from Aberdeen City Centre and Airport. Ideally ... More

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Raemoir House Hotel (2.24 miles)

Raemoir House Hotel
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Welcome to Raemoir, one of the most beautiful Country House Hotels in the Highlands - A very special place famed for its hospitality for decades.
Raemoir is situated in 3,500 acres of ... More
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Lochton House (4.25 miles)

Lochton House
A warm welcome awaits you at Lochton House, which is just off the Banchory – Stonehaven Road in Royal Deeside; 6 miles from Banchory and 9 miles from Stonehaven. Lochton House is the perfect place ... More | visit website
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Ambleside (8.78 miles)

"Ambleside" is set in the heart of rural North East Scotland. It offers views of the North Sea to the east and pine forests and heather clad hills to the west.

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Lewisville B&B (9.43 miles)

Lewisville B&B
Lewisville is ideally suited for: The business traveller, providing easy access to the many business estates in and around Aberdeen. The holiday maker, in search of the North East's historic past or splendid local ... More | visit website
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Maryculter House Hotel (9.43 miles)

Maryculter House Hotel

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With a picturesque setting on the banks of the River Dee, this charming Scottish mansion dates back to 1225 AD, and was once home to the Knights Templar. This hotel is a ... More

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Crawfield Grange B&B (9.99 miles)

Crawfield Grange B&B
For those who enjoy the beauty of the countryside over the bustle of the town, this beautiful and elegant country house is situated in the gateway to Royal Deeside. Convenient, easy and fast access to ... More | visit website

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