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Udny Arms Hotel

Hotel in Newburgh, near Aberdeen with coffee shop

Trellis Coffee Shop

Quality coffee shop with great coffee and home bakes

The Udny Arms Hotel in Newburgh near Ellon, just a 20 minute drive from Aberdeen, has been a popular venue in north east Scotland for many years.

The hotel has been in hibernation for the last 6 years and has been somewhat neglected, but it was acquired by the Kinloch family in March 2020 and our ambition as a family is to return this lovely building, which dates back to approximately 1856, in to being a centrepiece of the village again. Our family has lived in Newburgh for over 40 years has been involved in various village activities and supported local organisations in many ways.

A full refurbishment of the hotel building will commence mid 2021.

Work is now completed on refurbishing the former garden suite into a quality coffee shop called Trellis.

Trellis Coffee Shop

Brand new coffee shop in the heart of Newburgh with a passion for quality home cooking in a warm friendly setting with stunning views

Victorian Villas

We are currently fully refurbishing the 2 Victorian villas which were previously an annex to the hotel. When completed these will be advertised for sale on the local property market

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While our refurbishment is ongoing, you can follow us on Facebook and Instagram for regular updates.

Udny Arms Newburgh plan for future

We have started transforming the site, opening the Trellis Cafe and converting part of the hotel back into 2 family villas.  We have now engaged with a local architect and these are the next stages of our plans to bring the hotel back into use and offer new open space and amenities to the village.

Click here to open a pdf showing our future plans.

We  would love to hear as much feedback as possible to  help inform the design development.

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We would love to hear as much feedback as possible to help inform the design development.