Banff and Macduff Hotels
The modern-day towns have an aquarium, two golf courses (Duff House Royal(Banff) and Royal Tarlair (Macduff), beaches, and were home to the Colleonard Sculpture Park which is now relocated in Aviemore.
The COAST Festival of the Visual Arts is an annual festival of weekend-long events and attractions in both Banff and Macduff. It runs over the bank holiday weekend at the end of May, each year. The townscape, which is best preserved has many historic buildings, including fragments of the former royal Banff Castle, a pre-Reformation market cross, a fine tolbooth, many vernacular townhouses, a museum in Banff donated by Andrew Carnegie, and a maritime heritage centre in Macduff. Close by is Duff House, designed by William Adam in 1730, and one of Scotland's finest classical houses. It is open to the public as an out-station of the National Gallery of Scotland.
Both, Banff and Macduff offer you accommodation choices in and around the towns. If you would like to have great outlooks over the towns, we suggests you to choose hill area hotels or B&B's. See our list of Banff and Macduff Hotels for you compare the rates and to make online bookings.