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Sauchieburn B&B, one of the treasures of the Howe O’ the Mearns. A great place to relax in the heart of the countryside
The Sauchieburn HotelTHE ANCIENT Province of the Mearns provides an excellent gateway to surrounding areas. Local folk speak of the Howe o’ the Mearns, Howe being a Scots word for "hollow". The Howe is that rich stretch of fertile farming land east of Fettercairn and centred around Laurencekirk. This is a place of interesting little villages, well worth closer examination.
Relax in the heart of the countryside at Stable CottageIf you are looking for tranquillity, a peaceful break away from all of the stresses of everyday life, Stable Cottage is the place to be. This tastefully renovated cottage sleeps up to 4, Set in beautiful surroundings, with magnificent views of the Howe o’ the Mearns on your doorstep, and great attractions to visit all nearby. A fantastic opportunity to just relax and enjoy nature. This quality cottage is situated on the grounds of The Sauchieburn Hotel and to the North the Grampian Hills landscape is a spectacle outstanding natural beauty.
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It's just quieter out here ... where the mornings start softly
The Surrounding AreaThose who have studied the geology of the Howe o' the Mearns think there is a strong possibility that in the dim dark past much of the valley was under water to varying degrees. Later it is reckoned the central area of the Howe was a loch into which the streams emptied their waters; when this in turn drained away vast marshlands and forests were left to form the landscapes of Pre-historic Mearns. The main marsh is thought to have stretched from Redmyre, Fordoun, to Luthermuir. Nowadays the area is lush, rich farming land and frequented by walkers, fishermen and visitors from all over the world.