This impressive, detached fisherman's cottage is quietly located in the friendly village of Cullen with excellent local services.
Dellwood Cottage sits just yards from the pretty Moray Firth coastline and is beautifully presented with a subtle nautical theme running through it.
There is a spacious sitting room with dining area and sliding doors leading out to a small, private patio where guests can enjoy a quiet glass of wine.
The very well-equipped kitchen ensures that meals can be prepared with ease.
At ground floor level there is also a large king-size double bedroom with its own en-suite shower room, whilst the upper floor has a contemporary family bathroom shared by two further bedrooms, both with excellent sea views.
This is an ideal holiday home for groups looking to be close to the beach, harbour, shops and local pub, with a world of stunning scenery to discover at your fingertips.
The Moray Firth coastline has much to offer guests who can visit the range of little fishing villages, each with their own history and atmosphere.
For wildlife lovers, the famous Moray Firth Dolphins can often be seen from the shore, or perhaps by taking one of the many wildlife boat trips that are available in the area.
For a superb day out, take a short drive into the small town of Macduff and visit the Macduff Marine Aquarium one of the best visitor attractions in the northeast of Scotland!
At the end of a busy day, return to the contemporary comfort of your traditional cottage, a wonderful holiday home by the sea.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double with TV and en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and electric fire.
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.