St Cyrus

About 18 miles from Stonehaven lies the village of St Cyrus, formerly known as Ecclesgreig, which is linked to a chapel that once stood on the site of the Nether Kirkyard to the south of the village. This building has not been used since 1632.


St Cyrus is only a 25 minute drive from Stonehaven and the very sandy beach is well worth a visit.The village itself is a centre for agriculture, arts and crafts


Places To Eat
Meals are provided at The St Cyrus Hotel on the A92.
Teas and Cofees etc are available at The Old Bakery and Country Essentials

Places To Visit
On the way to the beach you can visit the St Cyrus National Nature Reserve which protects the beach, sand dunes grassland and cliff environments. For bird lovers this is a breeding area for tern.Fast becoming a tourist attraction is Steptoe's Yard, known as the Museum of Cultural & Household Items of the Past. 

You will pass this on your way to the Nature Reserve and you will be amazed so it's well worth stopping for a look. You can spend hours browsing the many items See here for more information on Steptoe's Yard..

There is a Car Park at the Beach next to the Nature Reserve.

More information about St Cyrus is available from The St Cyrus Newsletter