Stonehaven is a picturesque seaside town with a population of about 14,000. The town lies 50 miles north of Dundee and just 15 miles south of Aberdeen.

By Road

From the south:
There are two routes you can take to Stonehaven from the south. The first is the coastal route, which if you wish will take you past Dunnottar Castle, the War Memorial and offer views of the harbour - not to be missed if you are coming from the south! Stonehaven is well signposted on the A92 road.
The A90 dual carriageway will also take you to Stonehaven which is well signposted.

From the north
If you are coming to Stonehaven from the north, take the A90 southbound. Stonehaven is 15 miles south of Aberdeen city. The first turn-off (signposted) will take you to the centre of Stonehaven.

Public transport
Stonehaven is well served by train and bus. A bus service runs almost every hour to and from Aberdeen, though less frequent on a Sunday. The main departure and drop-off point is Barclay Street, a stone's throw from the Market Square in the centre of the town.
It is on the main East Coast rail line and has its own station.

By Air
The nearest airport is Aberdeen airport which is about 20 miles north.