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Laurencekirk

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Fettercairn Distillery Visitor Information Guide

Fettercairn Distillery, Laurencekirk, Sir Alexander Ramsay a Scottish landowner became one of the first to apply for a license, and the Fettercairn distillery was opened. If your intending visiting Fettercairn then the local town of Laurencekirk offers accommodation in hotels inns etc.

The distillery has been in operation since 1824, snugly tucked away at the foot of the Grampians from which it takes spring water supplies.

This area is one of Scotland's most fertile regions, hidden amongst its forests and glens, these distinct characteristics combine to produce a balanced malt whisky with a fine character. With signature notes and aromas found across the range, from tropical fruits, Soft spices, and Sweetness.

  • Fettercairn Distillery Postcode AB30 1YB
  • Fettercairn Distillery Latitude 56.872245 Longitude -2.584534
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Laurencekirk Hospitality Accommodation

Laurencekirk Kincardineshire lies in the heart of the Howe o’ the Mearns; Laurencekirk provides the visitor with an ample choice of hospitality accommodation in hotels inns and B&B as well as self catering properties. The town extends along a ridge within a plain, but it turns its eyes to the hills to the distant Grampians on the west and on the east the nearby Hills of Garvoek, which separate the Howe from the coastal plain.

Overlooking the town on the highest point of the Garvock range (a mere 914 ft) is the Johnston Tower.

Laurencekirk is a small town in the historic county of Kincardineshire Scotland, just off the A90 Dundee to Aberdeen main road south of Stonehaven, This is an historic settlement once known as ‘Conveth’, an area well known for its fertile farmland. The Wildlife is in abundance across this part of Scotland, with a coastline full of vantage points offering panoramic views.

Here you will find beautiful self catering holiday accommodation surrounded by breathtaking views and large blue sky's.

The towns of Stonehaven attracts many visitors who come to visit the historic castles in the area, especially Dunnottar Castle where the Scottish crown jewels were famously hidden.

Book a Bed and Breakfast, a holiday cottage or a yurt for you and your family to visit this popular region, full of history and events, like the Stonehaven Folk Festival that has been going for over 30 years and The Fireball Ceremony, Stonehaven's unique way to welcome in the New Year and greet friends and neighbours.

As the midnight chimes ring out on December 31st, the men and women of the town parade up and down the High Street swinging fiercely flaming balls around their heads, you will find this region full of traditions all worth checking out.

  • Laurencekirk Latitude 56.8313° N Longitude -2.4725° W
  • Laurencekirk Postcode AB30
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