Buckie’s story 

Formed by the merging of several separate nearby fishing villages such as Nether Buckie, Easter Buckie, Yardie and Portessie.

Cluny Harbour built in 1877 by Cluny family cost of £60,000 was the major fishing port of the Moray Firth and had the largest steam drifter fleet in Scotland. 

Today’s visitor comes primarily the harbour views  but if you stop and explore, the locals will regale you, in the local Doric drawl, with the fishwives tales, their proud heritage sailing the seas and building the ships to sail it, and local unsung location gems to explore off the regular tourist paths.      

Buckie is a golfer’s paradise. Two links courses less than 10 minutes apart – Buckpool Golf Club and Strathlene Golf Club. Two of the seven links courses in Moray; two of seventeen in Speyside. 

Where to stay 

In the hunt for a glamping adventure, try Greencraig PodsCullen Harbour Hostel caters to the budget conscious.

Other accommodation options abound – Enjoy the ease and convenience of a harbour-view hotel, enjoy a bit of pampering and Scottish hospitality at a Buckie B&B, or enjoy the space and flexibility of a self-catered cottage. This thriving seaside town is a great place to base, particularly if for those exploring the Moray Coast. One of the largest communities in the region, it has all the amenities conveniently close to one another. 

Why Buckie? 

As the fourth largest community in Speyside, Buckie has a lot of amenities that support local communities. Buckie is a popular destination for shopping. The Victorian High Street is full of quirky independent shops showcasing the best of what Moray Speyside has on offer. 

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Buckpool Golf Course is one of Scottish Golf’s best kept secrets, slightly elevated above the sea, the course boasts unbeatable views across the Moray Firth towards the hills of Caithness. Built on sand, Buckpool has fast, rolling fairways, often lined by tall mature gorse bushes. Swailes and hollows are littered around the approaches to slick […]

Founded in 1877, Strathlene Buckie Golf Club is the epitome of ancient antiquity when it comes to Scotland golf, as it’s one of the oldest golf clubs in the nation. A cliff top links course, Strathlene is notable in that it combines modern with old. You’ll play recently redesigned holes that will give players a […]

The Granary is surrounded by farmland 1 km from the fishing village of Portgordon. It is private and suitable for Children to play games outdoors. The Granary offers spacious living with panoramic views of farmland. The large dining kitchen has a dishwasher, washing machine, drying racks and very large fridge/freezer. It also has a large […]

Strathlene caravan park near Buckie is a well-presented small holiday park opposite a beach and a lovely restaurant, and a golf course. All pitches have sea views of the Moray firth, you may even spot a dolphin while gazing at the stunning sunsets the coast has to offer. The park is due to re-open from […]

Greencraig Pods are situated on a family run farm in Drybridge near Buckie Moray, which has all your amenities, restaurants, shops & swimming pool. We also have small onsite shop. The historic Craigmin Bridge is situated just a small walk from us! We are a short drive from 3 golf courses Buckpool, Strathlene & Cullen. […]

The Mill House Hotel & Restaurant still has the same character as before but now with a modern twist, the complete hotel as undergone major facelift and the 16 bedrooms in particular have been furnished to a high standard. The transformed venue also offers excellent facilities for all sizes of corporate events, functions and weddings […]

Follow the footsteps of the Fishwives. The Fishwives Path starts at the Buckie & District Fishing Heritage Centre where you will discover the unique fishing history of this lovely part of the Moray Firth. Men from this coast have always fished the sea; however the introduction of herring fishing in the 19th Century brought major […]

The Marine Hotel has 12 rooms, comprising single, double and family rooms. The rooms have all been refurbished in 2007 to an extremely high standard, and every one has en suite facilities, direct dial telephone, Television, radio and full central heating. Cots are available on request.

Sandy Brae Cottage Findochty is a traditional, detached fisherman’s cottage is located within 100 yards of the harbour of Findochty on the Moray Firth. Nearby is a small pier, where sea angling is possible throughout the year. There is depending on the tide, a small beach at the harbour, and a larger sandy beach within […]