An impressive semi-detached, spacious and very well-equipped cottage, superbly located in the town of Cullen on the stunning Moray Firth, on the scenic north east coast of Scotland.
With accommodation spread over three floors, this Cullen cottage offers welcoming extras such as an external games room annexe with table tennis and pool table.
The relaxed atmosphere of this Moray Firth cottage makes it an ideal venue for a large family or group of friends who will appreciate the location and the accommodation within this large house.
There are six bedrooms spread over the first and second floors, offering great flexibility with sleeping arrangements.
The well-equipped kitchen/diner in this Cullen cottage has a table seating ten people, a great place for a meal together, plus there is also a second dining area that can accommodate six.
The welcoming sitting room, with its comfortable sofas, is a perfect place to relax in the evening and the TV room, with its bean bags, will be very popular with the younger guests, as will the games room situated just next door.
At the front of this Cullen cottage is a patio area and this is a perfect place for a meal during the summer months.
A stroll down the hill will lead you to the friendly array of shops that the town has to offer and further on is the dramatic Moray Firth coastline and pretty harbour, plus Cullen is proud of its sandy beach which was awarded the EU flag for clean bathing.
The Moray Firth coast boasts so many things to see and do, but head inland to Fochabers with its antique shops and visit the headquarters of the world famous Baxters of Speyside where you can sample one of their freshly made pancakes topped with Baxters jam.
This lovely Cullen cottage and idyllic location will ensure a wonderful holiday on the beautiful north east coast of Scotland.
About the location
Elgin 21 miles.
The Moray coastal town of Cullen is situated on Cullen Bay, an inlet of the Moray Firth, and is an extremely attractive town, originally built around the mouth of the Burn of Deskford. Modern Cullen comprises the delightful fishing village of Seatown and an ‘inland’ area, which stretches up an imposing main street from Seatown, underneath a spectacular viaduct. Although the wealth of Cullen was built on textiles in the 18th century, the town is best known for its fishing heritage, its name being given to a rich, creamy haddock soup known as Cullen Skink. Visitors can enjoy Cullen’s lovely sandy beach, the famous Ice Cream Shop, regarded by many as Scotland’s best ice cream parlour, a fine selection of shops and restaurants, and the historic city of Elgin is within driving distance.