A fine scottish town and port, Arboath sits on the edge of the east coast of Scotland with quaint coloured buildings dotted along its quayside. It's a place where fresh fish and shellfish are on the menu and here you will find the only place on earth that you can buy the renowned 'Arbroath smokie' - a haddock smoked over oak chips. The beaches have safe bathing which is good for families, and red cliffs rise upwards indented with caves - the Dickmont's Den and Forbidden Cave.
In the centre of the town lie the ruins of Arbroath Abbey which attracts thousands of visitors each year and a number of theatres await your patronage in and around the town, the Webster Theatre having gone through a multi-million pound renovation.
Here we try to offer a wide selection from budget to luxury hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast, B&B accommodation suitable for holidays, vacations or business travellers in Arbroath or surrounding areas.
Places to stay in Arbroath...
The Townhouse Hotel
99 High Street, Arbroath, Angus and Dundee, DD11 1DP