Location and how to get here ...

Cullen is just six miles’ walk along the coast from Buckie, the start of the Speyside Way.
Moray Coast Ride – Portgordon to Cullen -Cullen is on the main east coast Sustrans cycle route 1

Trains between Aberdeen and Inverness run about two-hourly.
Keith Station: 01542 882517 open mon-sat til 1.30 (the nearest station)
National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484950
Scot Rail: 08457 550033

Stagecoach Bluebird buses between Aberdeen and Inverness: service 10 via Elgin, Keith and Huntly, service 305 via Elgin, CULLEN, and Banff / Macduff
Stagecoach Bluebird: Elgin 01343 544222 Aberdeen 01224 597590
Traveline National Enquiries: 0871 200 2233

For folk wanting to travel along the coast - there’s also the 267 from Aberdeen to Fraserburgh and the 271 is a once-a-day service linking Fraserburgh and Banff/Macduff

Coming into Cullen by car:

From Portsoy: Down the hill that is Cullen Main Street; turn right as soon as you go under the viaduct, you’re actually travelling straight ahead. When you come down to the harbour, bear right; 50 yards along see sign on Cullen Harbour hostel on left.

From Buckie: immediately you've passed under the west end of the viaduct, turn left & follow the sea front to the harbour, travelling downhill on Seafield Street, the main thoroughfare.

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