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Newburgh Inn

North East

Main Street, Newburgh, Aberdeenshire. AB41 6BP.

Tel: +44 1358 578 888

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Our review

The Newburgh Inn is located just outside the small town of Newburgh, close enough yet far away from the City of Aberdeen.

Within a 5-minute walk you will be on the Nature Reserve and beach. It’s not unusual to see seals or even orcas and even blue whales in the sea; on land you’ll spot squirrels, birds of prey not to mention the deer.

If you like a wee dram then there is no shortage of distilleries to visit. In the Inn there is a most impressive whisky cabinet with over 60 whiskies on display. For the gin customer the bar now offers around 50 to choose from. Craft beers and ciders complete the excellent range of bar drinks on offer.

The food at the Newburgh Inn has something for everyone, ranging from top class pub food to the more refined finer food, whatever you select it will be locally supplied whenever possible, fresh and cooked to order.

This is also golfing country being surrounded by around 20 golf courses, including the nearby Newburgh Golf Course.

As you enter the Inn you will receive a very warm welcome from the team here as well as from the log burning eco-stove.  The traditional style of the restaurant and bar as they merge into one area are very relaxing and the art work, much of it featuring the development of the building are interesting.

The 11 bedrooms were all recently refurbished and have tremendously comfortable beds and first-class showers. Not that you’ll have time to watch television, but if you do then you’ll be impressed by the large flat screen TV and the large range of channels.

If you prefer to have some fun with the locals, there is a separate public bar, ‘Briggies’. Briggies offers the same full menu as well as a few additional snacks.

The Newburgh Inn offers the best of Scottish hospitality, well worth a visit whether on local business or as a leisure guest looking for a relaxing break.


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