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Attractions Near Rowanlea Lodge

Rowanlea Lodge is situated in the heart of the Kincardine & Mearns area of Aberdeenshire. A beautiful north eastern area of Scotland, which offers a striking coastline and spectacular views. Whatever your interests, there is something for you to enjoy in the surrounding area.

We have compiled a list below of some of the different attractions near and around Rowanlea Lodge.

Marykirk Pub

A five minute walk will take you to our friendly local pub, a former coaching inn built in the mid 1800s.  Have a traditional meal in the cosy bar or treat yourself to something special in the Esk restaurant.

marykirk pub

Drumtochty Castle

Situated on the southern edge of Drumtochty forest - a sporting estate offering clay target shooting, trophy stag stalking and walked up/rough shooting.

Dunnottar Castle

Dunnottar Castle is a ruined medieval fortress located upon a rocky headland on the north-east coast of Scotland, about 3 kilometres south of Stonehaven.

Dunnottar Castle
Lunan Bay

Lunan Bay

A secluded haven situated on the dramatic Angus coastline. The beach is popular for surfers, horse riders and bird watchers.

St Cyrus Beach

One of the most beautiful beaches in Scotland.  St Cyrus beach has a wide range of stunning wildflowers and is visited by a variety of birds. The area is one of the richest and most diverse nature reserves in Britain.


Glen Esk

The longest and most easterly of the Angus Glens. Glen Esk offers excellent hiking routes, including routes to Queens Well and Mount Keen.

Montrose Golf Course

One of the oldest golf courses in the world with two 18 hole courses and stunning landscapes.

Montrose Basin Herons

Montrose Basin

The Montrose Basin is home to over 50,000 migratory birds. The nature reserve provides conservation for pink-footed geese, red knot and common redshank birds. The Basin is also regularly visited by common shelduck, wigeon and common eider ducks.

Fettercairn Distillery

Situated under the Grampian foothills in the Howe of Mearns, Fettercairn town’s name is loosely based on the phrase "the foot of the mountain".

Fettercairn Distillery
Stonehaven harbor


Stonehaven is a small harbour town located just 20 minutes from the lodge.  Why not visit the Carron fish and chips shop and take in the beauty of the harbour.  Follow up with a visit to the stunning Dunnottar Castle, which can be seen shown in the picture at the top of the page.

The Creel Inn

Situated in the historic village of Catterline The Creel Inn is renowned for it's excellent selection of seafood. A beautiful location situated in a row of fisherman cottages perched on a cliff overlooking Catterline Bay.


The Clatterin' Brig

Set in the beautiful surroundings at the bottom of the Cairn O' Mount. The perfect location for traditional homemade food while enjoying lovely views of the remote Scottish countryside

River Esk

Rowanlea Lodge is in an ideal location for River Esk fishing, famous for salmon and sea trout.
River Esk

What's For Tea Tonight

During your stay, visit our local farm shop.  Launched in 2007,  What's for Tea Tonight is now a successful, family run business.  Choose from a selection of fresh meat, vegetables, dairy, fruit and more, all sourced from the farm itself and local suppliers.

Find out more about What's for Tea Tonight in your welcome pack on arrival at Rowanlea Lodge.

What our guests say


“Beautiful log cabin in lovely country setting.”

Reviewed 22 March 2017

Rowanlea lodge is beautifully decorated, spotlessly clean ,very comfortable and cosey with a log burning stove and every well equipped with all the mod cons you will need. Lorna the owner is very welcoming and helpful. The location is quiet with lovely countryside views but near enough to towns and places of interest to explore. We will highly recommend the lodge to friends and family looking for a wee break away to unwind in comfortable surroundings. Hopefully we will visit again soon!


Reviewed 22 May 2017

Cozy warm just like home but with stunning views! Lorna made us feel so welcome and we shall be back with our girls. When we arrived Lorna had the log fire burning as it was a cold rainy evening. She thought of everything even had beers for my hubby cooling in the fridge I highly recommend this place for a relaxing holiday. Quiet stunning views and a lovely host. Thanks again Lorna and hope to see you soon. Everything was perfect x

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“Great host, great location, wonderful property.”
 Reviewed 14 September 2017

Great selection of tea, coffee, milk and bread on arrival. Beautiful property with great views across the countryside. Met by the delightful host on arrival. She couldn't have been more helpful.

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