Family-owned B&B in the heart of Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire.

'Room on the River' is a family owned Bed and Breakfast situated by the bank of the 'Water of Cruden' river which flows through Cruden Bay. Our architecturally-designed home - 'Burnbrae House' - has its own self-contained ensuite bedroom furnished to a high specification for your comfort. We are in a perfect, peaceful location for exploring all that Cruden Bay has to offer from its beautiful gold sandy beaches to the traditional Scottish Links golf course, as well as the surrounding Aberdeenshire coastline and countryside. A bus stop outside our house provides a regular service to the centre of Aberdeen or to nearby Peterhead.

Our self-contained 
en-suite bedroom

Our beautiful, tastefully decorated en-suite bedroom has all the home comforts you could need. 

We provide a delicious self-service continental breakfast in the room fridge, as well as a kettle, microwave and dishwasher. An iron, ironing board and basic toiletries are also provided. A wall-mounted 42" tv has access to Netflix.

The room has its own private entrance and a sound-proof internal door screen for guaranteed peace and quiet. There is also a private outdoor terrace with a seating area - a lovely peaceful area to sit and enjoy the sounds of the river nearby.

Wi-fi is provided, and there is ample parking space for one car in our private driveway. 

Check-in is from 2pm and check-out is before 11am.


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Local attractions

Guests will be spoilt for choice with the local attractions. As well as having two miles of wide golden sandy beaches, Cruden Bay is home to one of the top 100 golf courses in the world. The village is overlooked by the historic ruins of Slains Castle - constructed in 1597 and believed to be the inspiration for the setting of Count Dracula by Bram Stoker.

Explorers and photographers will love the nearby Bullers of Buchan sea caves and Longhaven Cliffs nature reserve. There is an abundance of beautiful beaches within a ten mile radius including Collieston and Newburgh which is well-known for its seal colony (and is also on the bus route to Aberdeen from our doorstep!)

After a busy day exploring you may wish to visit the Kilmarnock Arms Hotel - only a 2 minute stroll away - for some delicious pub grub. 

Other amenities in Cruden Bay include a newsagents, post office and a chemist.


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