Linn O’ Dee

 In Aberdeen, Activates, Europe, Interests, Scotland

The Linn of Dee is a beautiful place with waterfalls, pine trees and stunning Gothic style bridge that was built in the 1857 and opened by the Queen Victoria, the river that runs though is a 300 metres that runs from the natural gorge carved.

You can also find a near by Shootings lodge, which has an amazing view of the Cairngorm Mountains.

You can find a large car park nearby, you can take a short walk to the falls, it’s very convenient.

Opening HoursContact DetailsLocation

All year, daily

Open day at Lodge for non-residents on Easter Sunday, 10.00-16.00

Administration Charge Non-members: Free

Email Address: marlodgeestate@nts.org.uk

Contact Number: +44 1339 720164

Official Website: http://www.nts.org.uk

7 Miles Beyond Braemar
Past Inverey on the Linn O’ Dee Road
Aberdeen, Scotland
AB35 5YB

Linn O’ Dee undercut rocks
Linn O’ Dee cliffs
Linn O’ Dee edge
Advertisements
Recommended Posts
Comments

Leave a Reply

Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt
Craigievar CastleJohnston Gardens
%d bloggers like this: