Kinloss 2 miles.
This delightful cottage is situated on the outskirts of the village of Kinloss, close to the shores of the beautiful Moray Firth in Morayshire.
Architecturally designed, with its abundance of large windows, this delightful cottage is ideal for a family or group of friends who will appreciate the comfort and style of this cottage, with cherry wood floors, underfloor heating, oriental rugs and carpets throughout.
The open plan reception hall gives access to a bright and well-equipped kitchen area where meals can be prepared with ease, and just across the hall is the stunning dining room with its high ceilings, big windows and fabulous views out over the open countryside.
Step down from the dining room into the bright sitting room with its welcoming woodburning stove and French doors providing access onto the decked area and into the large rear garden.
There is also a small snug/music room complete with Yamaha piano and DVD library There is also a separate Freeview TV with DVD player.
On the upper floor are four comfortable bedrooms along with a bathroom with whirlpool bath.
The upper landing extends into a library/lounge area with a wide selection of books and comfortable seating.
The rear garden has a large decked area from which the far-reaching views can be appreciated and, of course, the hot tub to ensure absolute relaxation!
Should guests ever want to leave this delightful cottage, a short drive will take you to the idyllic coastal village of Findhorn, with its pretty marina and glorious, unspoilt, golden sandy beaches.
Why not explore the whole of the Moray Firth coastline and visit the many fishing villages or take a boat out to see the famous dolphins?
A wonderful area to explore and a truly superb holiday home.
About the location
Findhorn 2.5 miles; Elgin 10 miles
The village of Kinloss is situated in the county of Morayshire, well-known for its mild climate, stunning countryside and coastline. Famous as having been home to RAF Kinloss, the village has good local services and is surrounded by pretty open countryside, and once was home to the Cistercian Kinloss Abbey dating from 1150, the ruins remain today. Kinloss is conveniently located to a host of pretty towns and villages and is within easy access to Findhorn Bay, Burghead Bay and the fabulous Culbin Forest all great places for walks, cycles, wildlife and watersports, plus the stunning beaches in the area are long and clean. Morayshire is home to the Malt Whisky Trail and a little whisky tasting will certainly be easy with so many distilleries on your doorstep.