Cockpen (site of)
Cockpen House was an old fortified house belonging to the Ramsay family. It was bought by the Earl of Dalhousie in 1785 and later demolished.
Nothing of the house now remains although a 32m long retaining wall below the site on the edge of the bank of the River South Esk may be associated with it.
Alternative names for Cockpen
Cockpen House; Cokpen