Portlethen is a coastal town in the North East of Scotland, lying along the North Sea. It is in the historic county of Kincardineshire, which was absorbed into the southern part of the modern county of Aberdeenshire.
Portlethen is in the area that is now called Kincardine and Mearns, one of six administrative areas in Aberdeenshire. Kincardine and Mearns and covers 756 sq km (292 sq miles). Its “capital” is the market town of Stonehaven.
There is a train station in Portlethen and an hourly service to and from local destinations such as Aberdeen, Stonehaven, Laurencekirk and Montrose as well as connecting to trains to Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Portlethen is connected by direct bus routes to Aberdeen and to the Airport in the north, and Newtonhill, Stonehaven, Montrose and Dundee in the south.
We hope that this website helps us to welcome visitors new and old visitors to the village and help you to plan and maximise your time in Our Portlethen.
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Whenever you visit, and for however long, we welcome you to Our Portlethen and hope that you have a wonderful time with us.