Visit Portlethen” – a wee personal lockdown project from the summer of 2020 (some details will now be incorrect) – 5Mb PDF

Portlethen is a coastal town in the North East of Scotlandlying alongside the North Sea. It is in the historic county of Kincardineshire, which was absorbed into the modern county of Aberdeenshire.  

Portlethen is in the area that is now called Kincardine and Mearnsone of six administrative areas in Aberdeenshire.  


There is a train station in Portlethen with services to and from Aberdeen. There are frequent services in the morning and evening, but less frequent during the day.

There are services to the North, for Dyce and all stops to Inverness, and services to the South, for Stonehaven, Laurencekirk and Montrose. To reach Dundee, Edinburgh or Glasgow, a connection is required at Montrose.

We hope that this website helps us to welcome visitors, new and old, to the town and help you to plan and maximise your time in Our Portlethen.

If you cannot find what you are looking for or would like to suggest ways in which your experience can be improved, please get in touch with us.

Whenever you visit, and for however long, we warmly welcome you to Our Portlethen and hope that you have a wonderful time with us.