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The Weather in Brechin
This is the climate diagram for Brechin. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Brechin in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Immerse yourself in Scottish history with a holiday cottage in Brechin
Situated on the banks of the South Esk River, the town of Brechin has several attractions for visitors of all ages, and is surrounded by the beautiful Angus countryside. This rural area is home to lots of cosy holiday cottages, where visitors can enjoy peace and quiet, as well as the Scottish scenery.
Enjoy the beauty of Edzell Castle
Edzell Castle, just outside Brechin, is a ruined medieval building worth a visit – the gardens have been restored to their former glory. Visitors can learn more about what life was like for ordinary Angus people at the Glenesk Folk Museum. As well as exhibits, there are often demonstrations of traditional crafts during the summer months. Head towards Montrose, and you will soon come to the House of Dun, a Georgian mansion that is home to fine historical artefacts.
Family fun on the Caledonian Railway
Every Sunday during the summer, the Caledonian Railway transports passengers on restored steam carriages from 19th-century Brechin Station to nearby Bridge of Dun. Brechin Castle Centre is another ideal attraction for families. There are lots of open spaces and safe play areas for children, while parents can explore the garden centre or enjoy a drink in the café. If the kids need to run off some steam, the St Cyrus National Nature Reserve on the coast is a great place to do it, and there are attractive walking routes around the cliffs.
Explore Brechin's history
Brechin was once one of Scotland's most important cities. It is still home to a historic cathedral, and the only round tower on the Scottish mainland, which dates from the 11th century. The Brechin Town House Museum will tell you more about the town's interesting history, or you can head further afield and further back in time by visiting the nearby Caterthuns, the ruins of two Iron Age hill forts.
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