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Scotland’s quiet north-east coast is a place to get away from it all. Unspoilt, traditional fishing villages and miles and miles of deserted beach line the coast. Try the local classic ‘Cullen Skink’, a creamy soup of smoked haddock and potato, in the little harbour of Cullen, or wander the narrow streets in the picturesque villages of Portsoy and Fordyce.

Away from the coast, visit thirteenth century Fyvie Castle, whose Georgian interiors house an interesting collection of armour and works of art, and the impressive eighteenth century stately home of Haddon House.