The Crannoch Hotel, Cullen, Moray, Scotland

 
 
 
 
 
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Crannoch Hotel
12 Blantyre Street
Cullen
Moray
Scotland
AB56 4RQ
 
Telephone:
+44 (0)1542 840210
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Cilla and Brenda

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In and Around, Cullen, Moray

 
 

Cullen Golf Cource - was founded in 1870 and designed by Old Tom Morris. The course is centrally situated between Aberdeen & Inverness on the Moray Firth Coast. The course is 4,597 yards long and has a Par of 63.

Cullen must lay claim to the most remarkable site for a golf course in Europe. There is not a lot of room within this amazing environment for Cullen’s 18 holes, with the course playing it’s outward nine close to the cliffs before doing an about-turn with the inward nine playing back at beach level.

Cullen Golf Cource

Cullen Bay Dolphins

Moray Firth Dolphin Boat Trips - Dolphin Boat trips on the Moray Firth give you a wonderful chance to see dolphins and other sealife up close. With at least 12 dolphin and wildlife watching boats and cruises operating all around the Moray Firth, there should be one or two near your holiday location.

Dolphin and wildlife watching trips sail close to Cullen from Banff, Macduff and Buckie.

Macduff Marine Aquarium - Situated on Aberdeenshire’s scenic coast in the traditional fishing town of Macduff, Macduff Marine Aquarium features marine life from the Moray Firth, Scotland’s largest bay, in a variety of exciting and innovative exhibits. Visitors come face to face with hundreds of native fish and invertebrates normally only seen by SCUBA divers who brave the chilly waters of the North Sea.

The aquarium’s deep central exhibit, which displays a living kelp reef, is the only one of its kind in Britain and divers hand feed the fish on a regular basis.

MacDuff Marine Aquarium, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Cullen Auld Kirk

Cullen Auld Kirk, Old Cullen - The existence of a church at Cullen was first recorded in 1236, and again in 1275. It is likely that part of the present building dates back to this time, since the rounded arch window, originally a doorway, in the southwest corner of the church indicates a building of early 13th century. In 1327, Queen Elizabeth de Burgh, second wife of Robert the Bruce, died at Cullen, and her entrails were buried in the church.
 

Cullen Harbour - Fishing has been carried on at Cullen for at least 500 years, and the picturesque Seatown with its colourful painted houses and twisting lanes dates in part from the 17th century. The small harbour was built between 1817 and 1819 by William Minto, to a design by Thomas Telford; alterations and an additional quay were added by William Robertson in 1834.

At one time there was over 300 barrels of herring landed during the night…." The harbour is now mainly used by pleasure craft.

Cullen Harbour

The above only gives the holiday maker a small insight of the activities available all year close to the Crannoch Hotel in Cullen. To find out more why not contact us for more information. Some other Activities; sailing, walking, falconry, shooting, sailing, mountain biking, sport centres, tennis and bowling and so much more.

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