Inverurie Travel guide
Inverurie : Michelin's recommendations
Inverurie is the main town in the Garioch, a basin of agricultural land lying east of the Grampian foothills, between Mount Bennachie to the south and the Correen Hills. Once known as a railway-stock manufacturing town, Inverurie is today the Gordon district's administrative centre. The surrounding area is particularly rich in prehistoric monuments.
Tourist attractions Inverurie : Things to see and do
Cemetery GB - Inverurie
The Garioch was given to David, Earl of Huntingdon (1144-1219), the grandson of David and brother of Malcolm IV and William the Lion, who built a fortress on a high mound, known as a Bass , surrounded by a wall erected on a lower mound.
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The reconstituted stone is carved with a crescent, broken lines in a V and Z shape and a snake. On the lower part of one of the two sides is a script in Ogham, the writing used in the times of the Celts.
Victoria Terrace Kemnay Inverurie GB - Aberdeenshire AB51 5RL
Bennachie Lodge Hotel was originally a Manse built to accompany Kemnay Church in the late 1700's before it was converted into a hotel in 1971. Since acquiring the hotel in February 2009, the new proprietors Norah and Peter have begun an extensive pro..
Inverurie GB - Inverurie AB51 5NT
"Set in acres of private garden and lush meadowland, Thainstone House Hotel has been lovingly designed to provide superb levels of hospitality. In the very heart of rural Aberdeenshire, you find yourself in an oasis of tranquillity, a majestic P..