This traditional semi detached former fisherman’s cottage is only a three minute walk from the beaches and harbour of the charming village of Portknockie. The property is spacious and has been stylishly and comfortably furnished throughout. There is a well equipped kitchen, a sitting room with a living flame gas fire and a dining area. There are four bedrooms, two of which are doubles, one a twin and there is also a family room that sleeps three people. There is a well appointed bathroom and a large shower room. Outside is a small patio garden with furniture and barbecue and the property enjoys fabulous sea views across the rooftops from two of the four bedrooms. With its versatile accommodation, this cottage is a perfect base for a family holiday in this lovely part of Scotland.
Full gas central heating with additional heating from living flame gas fire in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, large widescreen plasma TV with Freeview, free wireless Broadband internet connection, DVD, CD player etc. Small library of books/games/DVDs. All fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Cot, highchair & stairgate. Roadside parking for 3 cars. Enclosed patio garden with garden furniture & BBQ. 2 well behaved dogs welcome. Sorry no smoking. Shop, pub & beach 5 mins walk. Note: Dogs allowed in garden & kitchen only.
This cliff top village is in a stunning location and overlooks a natural harbour on the Moray Firth coast. From here rugged cliffs can be explored along with coves and beaches, and discover the local landmark of Bow Fiddle rock. The area is a magnet for birdwatchers, with colonies of seabirds making the cliffs their home and providing a magnificent spectacle for ornithology enthusiasts. Offshore, dolphins and seals are a regular sight in this area. Portknockie has a variety of shops, including a general food store, public house, butcher’s shop and more besides. Beneath a dramatic setting of a railway viaduct is the town of Cullen, which is famous for it’s fish soup, known as “Cullen Skink” a delicious smoked haddock and potato dish. The North east of Scotland is a hidden gem just waiting to be discovered.