The region of Moray, Scotland, is most famous for its dazzling stretch of coastline. There are some stunning Moray coastal cottages for you and your friends or family to stay in and relax, such as the Moray Firth, with its miles of long, sandy beaches. Once there, keep an eye out for the dolphins which sometimes leap out of the water! The coastline is also scattered with quaint old fishing villages such as Cullen, Portknockie and Findochty and beautiful walks along the shore-line. The area is sheltered by the mountains of the Highlands in the west, and the Grampians in the east, meaning you will never be short of hiking opportunities. Walk, cycle or go horseback riding through the county’s land, or if you prefer, book a boat tour and float along the waters where you can enjoy the landscape at leisure.
The North East Coast of Scotland is adored for its scenic coastal walks all year round. 1 Seafield Street in Cullen, a historic coastal town on the Murray Firth, is a large holiday cottage sleeping up to 10 adults + 2 children in spacious, well-equipped accommodation. 1 well-behaved pet is welcome.
Cosy 2-bedroom Moray Coast fisherman's cottage sleeping 4 next to beach and river in Lossiemouth. Children welcome. Suitable for those with limited mobility. Great for dogs! WIFI. Near Malt whisky/castle trails. Walking distance to all local amenities.
Seatown Cottage offers traditional features combined with contemporary fittings making for a truly special cottage with outstanding views at the mouth of the River Lossie opposite the fabulous East Beach in Lossiemouth. Dog friendly. Children welcome. WIFI enabled. Sleeps 4.
Any whiskey lovers will be pleased to know that the town of Elgin is nearby, which is famed worldwide for its distilleries. Also in the area is the gorgeous cathedral, plenty of charming shops, museums and even a play centre to keep the young ones entertained. For an incredibly unique and romantic experience, go to the Open Road Caterham Hire, also in Elgin, where you can rent an iconic sports car and drive through the stunning Scottish roads with the wind in your hair. For a more tranquil day, go golfing at the Moray Golf Club, or spend an afternoon strolling through Footprints Gallery, also in Moray.