The Red Well

Located to the east of the village of Whitehills, and on Aberdeenshire's northern coastline, the Red Well is a beehive shaped building which, it is claimed, was built in Roman times. The building contains a spring of water that runs red and is believed to have curative properties. The building lay in ruins for many years before being renovated by the District Council.

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