The historic town of Banff, separated from the neighboring village of Macduff over the River Deveron boasts fine examples of Georgian architecture which has attracted visitors for centuries, including Robert Burns, Lord Byron and more. Here you will be amazed by of the best-preserved townscapes in Scotland. Banff is home to the former royal Banff Castle and its distinctive yellow façade, which said to be one of the finest townhouses in Scotland, as well as several townhouses, along with a museum donated by Andrew Carnegie. Duff House, a grand mansion built in 1740 by William Adam, the Banff Museum, the very popular golf courses and the stunning sandy beach at Banff Links are not to be missed.
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