Brawliemuir Holiday Cottages
This is one of the finest examples of a water-
In the fishing village of Gourdon you can buy fresh fish at the harbour and arrange deep sea fishing and seal and dolphin watching trips. If you have walked from Johnshaven you may be ready for a drink in the Harbour Bar on West Quay!
The village is an ancient royal burgh dating back to 1342 when King David granted the village a charter for the hospitality shown him by the villagers. Little of the past remains except Hall Green castle at the end of King David drive but it is closed to visitors. The designer of the famous tea clipper the Cutty Sark, Hercules Linton, was born here. Here you will find the local shops, post office, doctors surgery, sports centre and a choice of pubs most of which serve food, and the famous “Bervie Chipper” fish and chip restaurant and take away.
The village is perched on a long wedge-
Brawliemuir Farm, Johnshaven, Montrose, Angus DD10 0HY
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Just a few miles north of Catterline lie the ruins of the village of Crawton. Its
claim to fame today is the spectacular sea-
Most people come to St Cyrus today to visit the wonderful beach and nature reserve: