THE COASTAL VILLAGE OF NEWBURGH OFFERS STUNNING SCENERY AND IS RICH WITH HERITAGE.
Newburgh lies on the estuary of the River Ythan and is close to the Forvie National Nature Reserve, the settlement dates back to 1261 where Lord Sinclair chose the area to build a new chapel.
The undulating dunes of the nearby beach are a fantastic place to spend a sunny afternoon building sand castles with the children or catching a glimpse of the local bird and seal populations.
The village has a small selection of shops and has a newly renovated hotel and restaurant with one other under refurbishment. There is currently some expansion ongoing of the village with a number of new houses being built.
Newburgh has a golf course, a variety of sporting facilities including multi use games area and football pitches. The village is also reportedly the home of the famous Sticky Toffee Pudding, made at the Udny Arms Hotel.