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The Weather in Stonehaven
Above is a climate diagram for Stonehaven. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 18°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 1°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Enjoy an adventure in Scotland with Stonehaven holiday cottages
Located just south of Aberdeen on the North East coast of Scotland, the seaside town of Stonehaven is surrounded by stunning scenery, and is ideally located if you want to explore the greater Grampian region.
Try a deep friend Mars Bar and other treats
The pubs and restaurants in Stonehaven are a great place to try traditional Scottish foods such as haggis, local Aberdeen Angus beef and fresh smoked salmon.
One of Stonehaven's fish shops also claims to be the birthplace of an unusual Scottish delicacy; the deep fried Mars Bar. Regardless of whether they really were the inventors of this iconic dessert or not, make sure to try one during your stay.
Kincardineshire castles and whisky
Stonehaven itself is a pretty seaside town with a pleasant beach and harbour, and on sunny days you can always spend the day at the popular outdoor heated pool.
Perched on the dramatic clifftop nearby is Dunnottar Castle, a must see attraction, while the nearby city of Aberdeen has lots of history and culture for visitors to enjoy. The North East is famous for its whisky distilleries, many of which – including Fettercairn distillery a few miles south of Stonehaven – gives tours to visitors.
New Year or "Hogmanay" is a special celebration in Scotland, and Stonehaven is home to one of the world's most unique New Year events – the fireballs. Local men and women swing burning balls of flammable material as they make their way up and down Stonehaven High Street. Crowds gather to watch the free event before dumping their fireballs into the sea at the harbour wall, ringing in the New Year.
Stonehaven is also home to a popular beer festival which is held every June in Baird Park. The festival showcases delicious beers from a variety of breweries all over Scotland.
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