Things to see and do - Alford
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Alford Travel guide
Alford : Michelin's recommendations
This market town is located in the Howe of Alford, a rich basin of arable land surrounded by hills. The poet Charles Murray (1864-1941) was born here. He spent much of his life in South Africa and was famous for his poetry written in the Doric dialect (Northeast Scotland).
Tourist attractions Alford : Things to see and do
The vast ruins of this castle with an interior courtyard, the most northern in Scotland, is, with Bothwell and Dirleton, one of the largest castles from the 13C. Its defences are unusual, with a keep (of French design) and guardroom (English design)...
GB - AB33 8QS Kildrummy
19C coaching inn with a dining room, a conservatory and a lovely open-fired bar where you can cosy up in an armchair and sample the local whiskies. Set menus offer modern main courses and more classical desserts. Cosy, contemporary bedrooms offer all..