4.3★ Sykes rating 8 Guests 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Cot available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews back (2) 3 Customer Reviews "Excellent will definitely be back soon" Reviewed by Ian4.4★Nov 2023 "Very, clean and comfortable cottage." This cottage is very well equipped. The view of the sea is fantastic. Would love to come back. Highly recommended. Thank you. Reviewed by Lorraine5.0★Oct 2023 "The beds were extremely uncomfortable." You could feel the coils in the mattress while you were trying to sleep. The box spring on the same bed was so old the fabric was torn and rotted. The owners did respond by sending mattress pads but it didn’t do much to make it better. The handle on the washer/dryer was broken offf and it was almost impossible to open. A fork was used to pry it open. We made the owners aware of this but had to deal with it during our nine day stay. I guess the long and short of it is, if we knew these things in advance, we would not have rented it. Reviewed by Eileen3.4★Aug 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Four bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x double with en-suite walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC, 1 x twin Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Cloakroom Kitchen Dining room Sitting room Electric heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine Smart TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. rent Cot available Off-road parking available Enclosed rear garden with patio and furniture Pet-friendly Sorry, no smoking Shop 0.1 miles, pub 0.3 miles, beach 0.2 miles The property Nestled in the quaint town of Rosehearty, Aberdeenshire is this wonderful, detached property, Shoreline House. Benefitting from a lovely, enclosed garden, scenic views of the coastline and close proximity to the local amenities, Shoreline House welcomes eight guests, ideal for a family or group of friends seeking a memorable getaway in Scotland. After parking up, enter your new home-from-home to be impressed by the well-equipped kitchen, adorning all the necessary appliances required to cook up delicious meals for the whole family; settle down in the dining room, or head outside to your very own private garden where you can soak up the sea air whilst delighting in alfresco dining, popping corks until sundown. When the stars appear, head back inside to curl up in the inviting sitting room, clicking on the Smart TV to enjoy a movie or two with your loved ones. If you’re seeking some much-needed R&R, take advantage of the neatly-presented family bathroom, indulging a long soak or warm shower before completing your night-time routine and dozing off in one of four characterful bedrooms, comprising of three doubles, one with its own en-suite shower, and a twin. If you can tear yourself away, kickstart your adventures at Rosehearty Beach, a lovely spot to enjoy a scenic walk or even a dip in the sea, before refuelling with a hearty pub lunch at The Davron Hotel nearby. From your doorstep, uncover the historic structure of Pitsligo Castle, or venture further afield to Inverallochy, where you can test out your swing at Inverallochy Golf Club, boasting pretty views of the coastline. With Aberdour Beach, St. Drostan’s Well and the RSPB Scotland Troup Head nature reserve all within accessible reach, you’ll have plenty to see and do. For your next Scottish Adventure, escape to Shoreline House. EPC Rating: Band E Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £800. View on map About the location ROSEHEARTY Sandhaven 2.3 miles Fraserburgh 4.2 miles Inverallochy 9.4 miles Rosehearty is a town and settlement situated on the Moray Firth coast of Aberdeenshire in Scotland, dating back hundreds of years. The town offers a picturesque country park, a lovely sandy beach and a Community Boat Club, with a local Spar and inn housing two pub rooms for your amenities. Discover the ruins of the 15th century castle tower of Pitsligo Castle on the outskirts of the town, perfect for those interested in history. It is just over four miles from the thriving parish town of Fraserburgh, where the first ever lighthouse in Scotland was lit by the Commissioners of Northern Lights, Kinnaird Head now forms part of the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses. Fraserburgh has a popular fishing port and commemorates this in the Fraserburgh Heritage Museum, which illustrates its illustrious history.