Portlethen

Portlethen is situated seven miles south of Aberdeen. To the east of the town sits three fishing villages of Findon, Old Portlethen and Downies. With a population of about seven thousand this town has flourished well in the last thirty years. The ancient Causey Mounth road lies east of Portlethen, it was built on high ground to be used as a passage to Aberdeen. This passage helped to link the Bridge of Dee to Muchalls Castle and Stonehaven.

  • Castles Nearby

    Dunnottar Castle

    Striking position overlooking the sea near Stonehaven makes this one of the most inspiring and exciting castles to visit whatever the weather or season!

    Drum Castle Gardens & Estate

    14th Century castle of the Irvine family and now National Trust. Wonderful gardens and you can visit inside the castle as well. One of Scotland's oldest tower house castles.

  • Portlethen Hotels & Accommodation

    Portlethen accommodation has been categorised into a variety of staying base, like hotels, self catering cottages, bed and breakfast, holiday cottages, and other options to look for.

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