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Aberdour

This delightful, coastal village is equal measures historic and scenic – providing a serene base for visitors to relax, recharge their batteries and explore the many sites of historical interest and surrounding areas of spectacular natural beauty.

The village is located upon the scenic north shores of the Firth of the Forth, a short drive from the capital city of Edinburgh and its many fantastic attractions. Visitors can enjoy discovering the two beautiful sandy beaches, the attractive harbour and the many traditional pubs and restaurants, which serve up the outstanding local fare. The area is also popular for golfers, with an abundance of outstanding and world-class golf courses in the area.

We love Aberdour because...

  • Historic coastal village
  • Spectacular natural beauty
  • Popular area for golfers
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Hotels in Aberdour
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Aberdour Hotel
38 High Street Aberdour KY3 O5W

This hotel is ideal for enjoying the fresh sea air, exploring the area's lovely beaches and checking out the historic fishing villages along the coast.

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Aberdour Hotel
38 High Street Aberdour KY3 O5W

This hotel is ideal for enjoying the fresh sea air, exploring the area's lovely beaches and checking out the historic fishing villages along the coast.

In and around Aberdour

Aberdour Castle

This may be Scotland’s oldest standing castle, with the building first erected back in the 12th century! Since then the castle has served three noble families and has seen extensive renovations – allowing visitors to admire the many architectural styles added over the years. As well as exploring the fascinating interior, guests are invited to tour the walled gardens along the terraces. There is also a 12th century Norman church beside the castle for visitors to discover.

British Golf Museum

As one of the penultimate golf destinations in the world, St Andrews hosts this fascinating museum, which chronicles the history of golf in the region. Visitors to this museum can trace the game’s roots, exploring its evolution and displaying some of the game’s greatest players, innovators and leaders.

Deep Sea World

Proud owners of one of the largest collection of sharks in Europe, this fun-filled attraction pulls in visitors from all ages to admire the beautiful sea life on show. Through over 40 displays which include seals, seahorses, piranhas and even a snapping turtle! The 4.5 million-litre walkthrough tunnel is the real attraction, housing a number of fish species including sharks, which swim around guests as they walk through this sea safari. Visitors can also join a guided tour, or if they are feeling brave enough they can go for a dive with the sharks!

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