Stonehaven in the North East of Scotland

Stonehaven Stonehaven (originally known as Kilwhangis a busy seaside town south of Aberdeen on the North East Coast. A popular place for boat owners to berth sea-going yachts and boats as well as a busy training centre for offshore survival courses. The harbour is fronted by hotels and the Tolbooth Museum, with a free public carpark, toilets and walks along the adjacent Stonehaven Bay to the art deco Open Air Swimming Pool. South of Stonehaven is the famous and spectacular ruin of Dunnottar Castle. Fowlsheugh is a nearby coastal nature reserve, known for its seventy metre high cliff formations and habitat supporting prolific seabird nesting colonies