Fraserburgh 5 miles.
This very smartly presented and fresh stone cottage is ideally situated in a quiet road within a few minutes’ walk of excellent local facilities and a fabulous award-winning beach in the village of St. Combs near Fraserburgh.
The town of Fraserburgh is five miles from this village and is a perfect holiday venue as it encompasses everything everyone wants.
Its coastal location ensures fabulous views and great wildlife and the facilities in the town mean that shopping, dining out and a walk to the pub in the evening are all easy.
The smart accommodation would be ideal for a family group or group of friends who will appreciate the style and comfort of the cottage.
The ground floor has a well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar where home-cooked meals can be easily prepared and enjoyed before retiring to the comfort of the cosy sitting room.
The contemporary bathroom is on the ground floor and there are two charming bedrooms on the first floor.
Just a few minutes’ walk away is the coast where the North Sea meets the Moray Firth and this coastline has many little villages and lots of lovely beaches all waiting to be explored and enjoyed.
Visit Cullen and enjoy is famous Cullen skink soup or stop off at Portsoy where the local ice cream is famous.
Wildlife on this coastline is amazing and dolphins pass by regularly so take a boat trip out onto the waters and enjoy the views and the dramatic coastline.
Closer to home take a short walk to The Tufted Duck Hotel with its panoramic views and enjoy great food made from fresh local produce, particularly fish.
This charming cottage ensures an excellent holiday for everyone.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Utility. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Peterhead 17 miles; Portsoy 33 miles; Aberdeen 40 miles.
Fraserburgh is situated just along the north east coast from Aberdeen and borders the mouth of the Moray Firth. Whilst it is still a busy fishing port the number of boats has decreased dramatically over the years, although todays boats are far bigger than they were in bygone days. The town itself is a real community with a strong Football team and impressive 18 hole golf course, the 7th oldest club in the world believe it not, established in 1777. With its modern clubhouse vistors are most welcome and can enjoy the bar, dining room and lounge areas that overlook the course and sand dunes. The mueseum of Scottish Liighthouses is based in Fraserburgh and is well worth a visit and gives a real insight to the history of the Lighthouses in the north of Scotland. Fraserburgh is a beautiful seaside town with a rich history and an award winning beach. Inverallochy 18 hole golf course is within walking distance of Fraserburgh. Nearby is the RSPB Loch of Strathbeg which is one of the best places for wildlife in the UK as well as Aden Country Park within easy reach with 230 acres of parkland to enjoy.