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Fraserburgh Travel guide
Fraserburgh : Michelin's recommendations
The heyday of herring fishing was during the 19C and early 20C, but this austere town standing at the northeastern tip of Aberdeenshire is still the home port for around one hundred fishing boats. The first harbour was founded by the Fraser family in the 16C, who also built the residence on Kinneard Head. Ambitiously called a castle, its top floor was converted into Scotland's first lighthouse in 1787.
Tourist attractions Fraserburgh : Things to see and do
Kinnaird Head.Castle Terrace GB - Fraserburgh AB43 9DU
Opened in 1995, the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses relates the amazing story of the northern lighthouses which protected shipping from the perils of the Scottish coast. It contains a variety of objects associated with lighthouse-keepers, but the most..
63 Broad Street GB - Fraserburgh AB43 9AU
The Royal Hotel is housed in a Victorian building situated in the city centre of Fraserburgh and offers views of the town’s harbour. Parking and Wi-Fi are available and free of charge. Each of the rooms at the Royal Hotel features a Freeview flat-sc..