This spacious end-terrace fisherman's cottage has been completely refurbished internally to provide cosy accommodation with a sumptuous and sleek contemporary edge in the town of Buckie.
This desirable cottage would be ideal for a family group or group of friends who want to enjoy the stunning Moray Firth Coast by day and soak up the impressive comfort of this cottage in the evening!
There are three pretty bedrooms with one at ground floor level along with the impressive family bathroom.
A smart and fresh kitchen which has a dining area is a room where guest may fight over who does the cooking and a sitting room designed to ensure relaxation around a cosy woodburning stove.
A welcome extra in this cottage is the snug room with a double sofa bed, providing that little bit of extra flexibility if required, and also a space where guests can watch TV, read or play games.
From the snug, French doors give access to the private rear decked garden area, the perfect place for a BBQ in the warmer weather or an early morning coffee.
Just a short stroll away are the excellent facilities available in the town and also the pretty coastline which attracts a multitude of wildlife that can be appreciated from the land or from one of the many boat trips available.
A short drive to the village of Cullen with its wonderful sandy beach is recommended and following the coastal route will lead to many charming villages all with their own history and ambience.
This is a special and unspoilt part of Scotland and this fabulous cottage will certainly impress!
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Snug with double sofa bed.
About the location
Portessie 1 mile; Rathven 1.5 miles; Portknockie 5 miles; Cullen 7 miles.
Overlooking the beautiful Moray Firth, the burgh town of Buckie lies on either side of the Burn of Buckie, on the north east coast of Scotland. It has an array of shops and pubs and is a great coastal base from which to explore this wonderful part of Scotland. Regular boat trips leave from the harbours of Buckie and further along the coast to Macduff, which offer the chance to see bottlenose dolphins and an array of sea birds. To the west of the town, Spey Bay is the base for the Scottish Dolphin Centre and is also a fantastic place from which to spot dolphins and seals! From Buckie, stretching in both directions, the coastline is peppered with pretty fishing villages and wonderful beaches that are perfect to stroll along with your fish and chips. Pack a picnic, drive to the fabled Loch Ness and enjoy a stroll along its stunning shoreline, or explore the historic city of Elgin, a short drive away. There is so much to see and do from this wonderful little seaside town.