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My wife and I visited Boddin Point this afternoon on our way back from Montrose. We had heard... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2017
thetravellingmanUk
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Places to go in Montrose

Absolutely brilliant, took my son and daughter and a flask of tea, to this place, amazing scenery... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2017
Jayney19682015
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3 Feb 2017
“Ticked all the boxes for us”
30 Jan 2017
“Places to go in Montrose”
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The Boddin Point Limekilns are a Category B listed building in Scotland.The easiest way to find them is to put the longitude and latitude into your satnav. The coordinates are:Latitude: 56°40'15.72"NLongitude: 2°28'8.83"W
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Coastal Village, Montrose, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 February 2017

My wife and I visited Boddin Point this afternoon on our way back from Montrose. We had heard about it and made a special point of visiting. Not the easiest place to find, but probably the best way of accessing it is to head south...More

3  Thank thetravellingmanUk
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Absolutely brilliant, took my son and daughter and a flask of tea, to this place, amazing scenery, I 1st heard of this through FB Strangest places in Scotland, the Rock is the shape of an elephant, gob smacked, the tiniest graveyard at the top, take...More

Thank Jayney19682015
Reviewed 12 January 2017

Nice and different place to discover near Montrose. If you follow the track next to the coast you will find some more interesting places :)

Thank VanessaVines
Reviewed 29 November 2015

Somewhat dangerous as coastal erosion in collapsing kilns. Interesting selection of abandoned fishing cobles. A coastal traverse from Boddin to Lunan bay is a wild experience if you want adventure.

Thank bblqk37
Reviewed 23 August 2014

This is a coastal walk with a very big difference. This one contains the grave of a man who, according to the stone mason who inscribed his Memorial stone, died 19 years before he was even born. George James Ramsay is the person with this...More

6  Thank Roy M
Reviewed 4 August 2014

Made the walk from boddin, along to see elephant rock, then to usan and the limekilns. Gorgeous night with beautiful scenery and an easy walk for most ages.

1  Thank Poppy T
Reviewed 1 July 2014

One of the prettiest coastlines in Scotland, lovely point for views. Is also part of a trail which takes you a bit further up to a point called Elephant Rock. Nice easy scenic walk.

2  Thank MorningGlory742
Reviewed 29 July 2013

It's a lovely walk along the coast from Ferryden. Be sure to explore the graveyard en route - look for the cup marked stone and the man who lived backwards. The limekilns are clearly visible from the train. They are not safe to enter but...More

4  Thank Sally W
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