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Discover Laurencekirk in Aberdeenshire

Nestled south of Stonehaven, Laurencekirk beckons visitors from around the globe with its rich history and scenic charm.

Once known as ‘Conveth’, Laurencekirk gained literary fame as a setting in Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s Sunset Song. Explore his legacy at The Grassic Gibbon Centre in nearby Arbuthnott.

Dominating the skyline, Johnston Tower stands proudly atop Garvock Hill, a testament to the town's heritage, built in 1812 from materials of a nearby mansion.

Golf enthusiasts can enjoy breathtaking views at Auchenblae Golf Course overlooking Drumtochty Glen, while Fettercairn Distillery offers a taste of Scotland's renowned whisky.

Experience the quaint allure of Balmakewan, a 17th-century mansion nestled in Glen Esk's lowlands, boasting a charming tea room, farm shop, and lively beer festival.

Plan your trip to Laurencekirk and immerse yourself in its captivating blend of history, natural beauty, and warm hospitality. 

Plan your trip in Laurencekirk

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