Things to see and do - Brechin
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Brechin Travel guide
Brechin : Michelin's recommendations
This cathedral city developed around a Celtic monastery above a fording point on the River South Esk. The Cairn o'Mount Road is a route of around fifty kilometres from Brechin to Banchory, passing through a beautiful landscape of rolling hills and several villages, including the cluster of red sandstone houses that is Fettercairn. The nearby Fasque Castle is a good example of Victorian architecture. The Cairn o'Mount (454m) itself makes for a superb viewpoint.
Tourist attractions Brechin : Things to see and do
B966 GB - Edzell DD9
In summer, you will enjoy the bright rosebeds and blue and white lobelia that contrast with the bright red walls. The heraldic sculpture on the wall is worth closer attention: between the wall compartments carrying the coat of arms and colours of the..
B966 GB - Brechin DD9
Almost a thousand years old, this is one of the two surviving round towers of the Irish type in Scotland. Originally a standalone structure, 34 m tall, it has a 14C steeple and is thought to have served as a belfry, guard post and refuge. The abutmen..
B966 GB - Edzell DD9 7UE
The attractive ruins of the castle, former residence of the Crawford Lindsay family, have a unique garden that is best seen in summer. The current entrance leads to the paved courtyard to the building completed in the late 16C. Today in ruins, this e..
High Street GB - Edzell DD9 7TF
In the beautiful Scottish village of Edzell, boasting a sauna, a gym, and a swimming pool refurbished in April 2013, this hotel is situated at the foot of the Angus Glens. Guests at Glenesk Country House Hotel can enjoy free Wi-Fi and free parking on..
Clerk Street GB - Brechin DD9 6AE
Founded as a coaching inn in the early 19th century, this charming 3-star hotel is situated in the ancient city of Brechin and now offers high-standard en suite accommodation. The Northern Hotel has a long tradition of hospitality and has been wel..