Seafront Cottage lives up to its name and is ideal for a special or romantic break or just for a great family holiday. In a peaceful location, you'll seem well away from day to day life, surrounded by the natural beauty of nature, in this cosy coastal cottage facing the picturesque Moray Firth.
Seafront Cottage is a luxurious two bedroom cottage and is one of the few cottages situated directly on the seafront in Gardenstown in the conservation Seatown area. Stunning sea views through large picture window directly on to the Moray Firth and beach with More Head to your left and the entrance to Gardenstown harbour to your right. This is an ideal location for relaxing in an area of natural beauty, or touring this beautiful corner of Scotland whether it be the Castle trail; the Whisky trail, or day trips to the many small villages along this coast or the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness.
Stunning walks start at the front door along the beach, cliffs, harbour or to neighbouring villages. Dolphin spotting can be done without getting up from the sofa. Rock pools at low tide on the seashore in front of the house.
Seafront Cottage is fully equipped and includes the following facilities: * Wood burning stove * Underfloor heating * Fantastic picture window 6ft x 6ft directly on the sea and protected by shutters * Bluetooth docking station with integral sound system to play your own music * Separate sound controls in bathroom * Luxurious bathroom with bath and shower * Fully fitted kitchen with ceramic hob * Doule bedroom with King size bed * Twin bedroom with two singles beds all with Egyptian cotton bed linen * Handmade spiral staircase to upstairs * Large wall mounted flat screen television * Binoculars and viewing scope * Wi-Fi; dishwasher * Viewing scope and binoculars for spotting dolphins, other marine and boat life from the windows
Rooms at Seafront Cottage comprise: * Open plan living/dining/kitchen area on ground floor * Fully fitted tiled bathroom, * Two bedrooms upstairs with the main bedroom having a window looking directly out to sea.
Fall asleep to the serenade of the waves lapping against the seawall directly below you. Walk along to the end of the road, join the beach and walk along the seashore under the sandstone cliffs. Climb up to the ancient graveyard up on the hill to St Johns Church (dated to 1513) and enjoy the view back over Gardenstown and Gamrie Bay.
There is a small car park approx. 100 metres away, with further parking around the harbour area, approx. 200 metres away. You can stop to unload directly at the door. There are no parking charges or timed restrictions on parking in the area.