Rose Lodge - Bed & Breakfast Nr. Peterhead - Holiday in North East Scotland - En Suite room £25 and Private facility £25
Holiday in North East Scotland at Rose Lodge. Rose Lodge is an attractive new bungalow in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland offering bed and breakfast accommodation to a high standard. We offer friendly hospitality and comfort in ground floor rooms, together with spacious parking in a picturesque rural setting.
Rose Lodge Bed and Breakfast offers panoramic views of the Buchan countryside and is in an ideal location to explore fishing villages, the rugged coastline, museums and castles. See commercially worked peatlands and wooded vales nestling under the brow of Mormond Hill which takes us to New Leeds, a tiny village of seventy people. Rose Lodge in the parish of Lonmay is situated 2 and half miles away from the birthplace of Elvis Presley's ancestors.
We are bird enthusiasts and have a large aviary for guests to admire and a garden for residents use.
The comfortably, Tourist Board 4 star, furnished lounge at Rose Lodge. Enjoy satellite T.V. and music facilities.
In our dining room enjoy wholesome Scottish breakfasts and evening meals by arrangement prepared with our own produce from the garden.
We also offer special diets, cot and high chair.
Ensuite twin bedroom on the ground floor. Modern bathroom. Double room with private facility.
:: Local Area:
Buchan means "the land at the bend of the ocean" - a fitting name for Scotland's most north easterly region where the North Sea meets the Moray Firth. Buchan is a rich farming land of rolling fields and big, open skies, but prior to the 18th century it was a sparsely inhaibited area of moors and bogs.
The first inland villages in Buchan were built after 1750 when local landowners began a process of farm and estate improvements. Most of the present villages were created bteween 1750 and 1850 to provide housing and manufacturing employment for displaced country folk and to provide services to farmers.
New Pitsligo to the north west was founded in 1787 and gained a national reputation for lacemaking during the 19th century. New Pitsligo lace was a greta favourite of Queen Victoria and the lacemaking tradition continues on a smaller scale in the village.
Commercially worked peatlands stretch out eastwards from New Pitsligo as far as the wooded Vale of Strichen. Nestling under the brow of Mormond Hill we come to New Leeds, a village of 70 souls, originally established to rival its Yorkshire namesake as a textile kingdom.
Pitfour Fishery (Fishing)
Aden Country Park
Maud Railway Museum
Museum of Scottish Lighthouses
Fraserburgh Heritage Centre
Mill Of Elrick Fish Farm (Fishing)
Peterhead Maritime Heritage
Peterhead Bay Marina
Fraserburgh Golf Club
Rose Lodge - Bed & Breakfast - Nr. Peterhead - Aberdeenshire