Our selection of Inverurie Hotels in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Inverurie is a thriving market town, now with a monthly Farmer's Market, with many small shops, businesses and services. Its main industries other than service and commerce are agriculture and oil.
The Great North of Scotland Railway constructed its locomotive construction and repair works on a 15 acre site at Inverurie. Robert Louis Garden became the last General Manager of the Loco Works and remained in this position until its closure. The ruins of the medieval Kinkell Church can be found to the south of the town. And an excellent stone circle can be visited at Easter Aquhorthies, two miles west of Inverurie. There is a remarkable Pictish symbol stone, the Brandesbutt Stone, today lives surrounded by a housing estate near the northern edge of Inverurie.
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