Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland: http://www.rcahms.gov.uk/canmore.html CANMORE ID 17959.
New Statistical Account (1842) Cullen, County of Banff. Vol. 13. pp.328, 354.
Ordnance Survey (surveyed 1866, published 1871) Banff Sheet III.5 (Cullen). 1st Edition. 25 inches to the mile. London: Ordnance Survey.
Ordnance Survey (surveyed 1902, published 1904) Banffshire 003.05 (includes: Cullen; Rathven). 2nd Edition. 25 inches to the mile. London: Ordnance Survey.
Ordnance Survey (surveyed 1938, published 1949) Banffshire Sheet III.NW (includes: Cullen; Fordyce). 3rd Edition. 6 inches to the mile. London: Ordnance Survey.
Cramond, W (1904) Annals of Cullen. p.92
Banffshire Advertiser (13 April 1899, p.6; 15 June 1899; 1 Nov 1900)
National Archives of Scotland. GD248/784/5/56 (Specifications 1823).
Further information regarding fire and repairs thereafter (1951-3) courtesy of Moray District Record Office.
The Builder (21 November 1952) p.768
Private Collection. Drawing number 472/4, Proposed alterations and additions to Seafield Arms Hotel (October 1972).
Beaton, E. (1984) William Robertson 1786-1841: Architect In Elgin. Inverness: Inverness Architectural Association. pp.7, 26.
McKean, C. (1987) The District of Moray: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. Edinburgh: Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. pp.128-129.
Scottish Cinemas and Theatres Project. Cullen Cinema at http://www.scottishcinemas.org.uk/scotland/cullen.html (accessed 04/03/2015).
Dictionary of Scottish Architects. William Robertson at http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=201792 (accessed 04/03/2015).
Further information courtesy of Cullen, Deskford and Portknockie Heritage Group (2014) and owner (2015).
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We list buildings of special architectural or historic interest using the criteria published in the Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.
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