Stonehaven Travel guide
Stonehaven : Michelin's recommendations
Stonehaven lies in a bay sheltered by two rocky outcrops: Downie Point to the south and Garron Point to the north. This seaside resort offers many leisure facilities to holidaymakers, including a covered swimming pool and vast pebble beach.
Tourist attractions Stonehaven : Things to see and do
High Street GB - Stonehaven AB39
Built around the harbour in the 17C, Stonehaven's harbour is now principally used by pleasure craft. It also serves as a base for the Stonehaven Maritime Rescue unit, part of the Robert Gordon Institute of Technology, which develops new maritime syst..
The Lodge. Donnottar GB - Stonehaven AB39 2TL
Legend has it that St Ninian founded a Christian community here in the 5C, which is why Sir William Keith was excommunicated for having built this 14C castle here. The vast ruins of Dunnottar stand on a headland that is virtually inaccessible with ..
Market Square GB - Stonehaven AB39
In the second half of the 18C, a local landowner, Robert Barclay of Ury, who had made his fortune in Jamaica, decided to build a new village north of the River Carron. The spacious square still has its clock tower and market place. No 9 Market Square..
44 Allardice Street GB - Stonehaven AB39 2BU
Situated within the seaside town of Stonehaven, The Royal Hotel offers rooms with private bathrooms and freshly cooked breakfasts, 10 minutes’ walk from Stonehaven Railway Station. Rooms at The Royal Hotel offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with Fre..
Old Pier, Harbour GB - Stonehaven AB39 2JU
Stonehaven's oldest building, delightfully located by the harbour. Rustic interior with lovely picture window table. Various menus available, with the emphasis on local seafood.