Stonehaven

Aberdeenshire | Town | ★★

[Stonehaven]

Stonehaven has for a long time been a traditional day-trip destination for Aberdonians. It's easy to see why, with a picturesque harbour, beautiful coastal scenery and one of Scotland's most dramatically-set ruins nearby. Whether or not you plan on tackling the popular jaunt along the cliffs to Dunnottar Castle, consider trying a deep-fried Mars Bar at Carron Fish Bar, or perhaps just an ice cream from Aunty Betty's - Stonehaven is well known for both.

[Dunnottar Castle (27/11/11)]

Location

📌 Stonehaven ★★
Aberdeenshire, G.R.: NO 874859 ///bats.cookie.first

🚶 The town centre and harbour are a short walk apart, with Dunnottar Castle about an hour's hike along the coast.
🚌 Stonehaven has a railway station (half a mile away from the town centre) on the main line to Aberdeen, with direct trains from Aberdeen, Dundee and many cities further south. There are buses on routes from Aberdeen, Montrose, Dundee and Perth.
🚗 There is a charge for some parking in the town centre, but with plenty of free spaces elsewhere.



See & do (<1 mi away)

>> Walk: Dunnottar Castle & coast - Stonehaven's crown jewels ★★★★

Nearby (1-3 mi away)

>> Dunnottar Castle ★★★★ (1 mi ↓)

[Coastline sculpture (3/6/14)]

[Coastline south of Stonehaven]

[Deep-fried Mars bar (24/10/10)]

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