Ethie Haven


A small settlement on the North Sea coast of Angus, Ethie Haven lies in a secluded location at the south end of Lunan Bay, 6 miles (10 km) northeast of Arbroath. Once a thriving fishing village occupied by line fishers and salmon netters, Ethie Haven is now an idyllic retreat with renovated holiday homes. To the south stands Ethie Castle, a Carnegie stronghold from the mid-16th Century, eventually inherited in 1596 by Sir John Carnegie who was created Lord Lour in 1639 and Earl of Ethie in 1647, titles which he later exchanged for those of Baron Rosehill and Inglismaldie and Earl of Northesk.

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