There are a number excellent places to stay in and around Buckie, from Bed & Breakfast and Hotels to holiday homes. We have provided a list below but there are many more available at Visit Scotland.
Built in 1890, this stunning Victorian Townhouse overlooks the Moray Firth, at the very start of the Speyside Way.
Homely family run bed and breakfast in the heart of the moray coast. The owners pride themselves on their warm welcome to their home, a large period Victorian town house in the centre of Buckie
Situated within the centre of Buckie this hotel offers comfortable rooms and boasts a wonderful menu for visitors.
A pleasant stay in appealing surroundings with excellent service and in a central location in our region. They look forward to welcoming you.
No.47 is a traditional stone fishermans cottage in the conservation area of Yardie in Buckie. The comfortable and cosy cottage is situated just yards from the sea on the beautiful Moray Coast and benefits from delightful sea views.
This spacious end-terrace fisherman's cottage has been completely refurbished internally to provide cosy accommodation with a sumptuous and sleek contemporary edge in the town of Buckie.
The Mill House Hotel & Restaurant has a unique blend of old and new offering something unique in the local area. A reputation for high quality food and attentive service has quickly made the Mill House a favourite with both locals and visitors.
At Seashore Cottage a warm welcome awaits you whether your a tourist, on business, a golfer, photographer, walker, biker or fisherman. Luxury double rooms with private facilities and stunning sea views in a former fisherman's cottage.
Known for its friendly, relaxed feel, Cullen Bay Hotel makes the perfect getaway or the north-east coast of Scotland.
The village of Portknockie overlooks it’s traditional harbour, beaches and rocky coves from the cliff tops above. The Victoria Hotel boasts a comfortable restaurant area where visitors and guests can relax and enjoy a wide range of meals on offer.