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Reviews - Fife Lodge Hotel

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Sandyhill Rd , Banff, AB45 1BE
The Fife Lodge Hotel is the perfect hotel for visitors to the North East of Scotland for Golf, Fishing, Walking, Castles, Whisky and Adventure, or just a quiet break. Set in private grounds and with one of the largest Ballrooms in Aberdeenshire, the hotel has an excellent reputation for Weddings.​

Visitors to the area will find many breathtaking views of the countryside and long golden sandy beaches -- great for romance, artists and photographers. Every few miles there will be a historic site, from cliff-top castles overlooking the Moray Firth to hidden-from-view sites of former medieval palaces and stately homes.

With produce from the rich fertile Buchan land and fantastic seafood from the North Sea, if you have a taste for delicious food you are sure to find a dish to suit in our restaurant. The hotel is open to non-residents for both lunch and dinner.

The Banffshire coast is fantastic for the water enthusiast. There are many harbours to sail to and from. Enjoy fishing in a secluded sheltered rocky bay. Sail along the coast with the Dolphins and see mainland Britain's only gannet colony.

Or try a bit of wind surfing, jet biking or diving.
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Guest Reviews Based on 7 reviews
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88% recommended this accommodation to a friend 88% would stay again
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Cosy atmosphere
Had a great overnight stay at this charming little hotel. The rooms were comfortable, especially the beds. Although not modern there were all the touches you would expect, biscuits, shower gel etc and when I needed an iron, one was brought up to my room with an ironing board. The Scottish breakfast was very well cooked and the waitress attentive. I would stop here again.

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David H

From Nuneaton, UK
Who stayed in October 2014

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Lovely hotel pity about dog policy.
I cannot fault this hotel on the quality of the room and food but unluckily we weren't allowed to take our little dog in the bar, which was separate from the dining room. All our other stopovers in our tour of Scotland have found somewhere we could sit and drink. We could have left our dog in our room but who leaves a dog alone in a new place especially with such lovely furnishings.

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stephen haden

From Winchelsea, UK
Who stayed in October 2014

Couple

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Relaxing stay
The hotel was a little dated but the welcome was genuine and the food very good.

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W Smith

From Watford, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

Travelling alone

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gracious old lodge with modern facilities
Lovely old lodge with great views and traces of an era long past. Rooms nicely decorated with all mod cons. Incredibly friendly staff, felt very comfortable as a lone traveller. Had a meal in the bar which was delicious, also great breakfast provided. Went for lovely walk around the grounds of Duff house which is very close to Lodge. Banff is on dramatic coastline so interesting drive from Inverness. Old fashioned and welcoming hospitality.

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linda d

From UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Travelling alone

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The staff were very polite and helpful, room was very quiet, ample parking
only downer was the shower, (had to run around to get wet) but, maybe I shouldn't expect a mega shower in a very old hotel??

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mark c

From Lightwater, UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Travelling alone

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friendly, good service and quiet

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COLIN HENRY

From RENFREW, UK
Who stayed in May 2013

Travelling alone

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Friendly accommodation
For anyone on business wanting a well priced stay with good food and frienly service this certainly fits the bill. Rooms and hotel are in need of updating but nothing that is an issue for the price you pay. New owners who are certainly determined to provide a good service. Would certainly use again.

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steve b

From Glasgow, UK
Who stayed in February 2013

Travelling alone

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