Self catering holiday cottages in Newburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

For a self-catering break by the Aberdeenshire coast, the village of Newburgh could be the ideal choice.

About Self-Catering Holidays in Newburgh

  • Newburgh is set close to the coast and with the A975 running through the village offers good transport links.  The city of Aberdeen is just 14 miles away and with its beach, shops, restaurants, bars, museums and galleries is well worth a visit.
  • When staying in Newburgh be sure to visit the village's golden sandy beach.  Set by the mouth of the Ythan river, this beach is one of the most beautiful along the Aberdeenshire coastline and is also home to a resident colony of seals.
  • For those who enjoy spending time by the seaside, Newburgh is well placed for discovering some of the best of the Aberdeenshire coastline nearby.  Don't miss coastal gems like Cruden Bay with its vast stretch of golden sands, its renowned coastal golf course and the dramatic ruins of Slains Castle, perched by a cliff edge.  The charming coastal villages of Collieston and Whinnyfold are worth a visit too.
  • Exploring Aberdeenshire's castle country is also an option from Newburgh.  Whether you want to visit Balmoral Castle (the Queen's holiday home in the Cairngorms or the likes of Dunnottar Castle with its impressive cliff-hugging location, there is lots to see and discover in Aberdeenshire's castle country.

Whether you opt to rent a town house, an apartment or a country cottage, we hope you find the perfect holiday rental for you in Newburgh.

Book a Newburgh cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Aberdeenshire on holiday.

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