This beautiful, inviting terraced cottage is located in the wonderful fishing village of Gardenstown in a tranquil part of Scotland.
Bordering a small sandy bay and offering delightful scenery, you can wander down to the village pub which serves food seasonally.
The pretty village has many ancient, narrow and winding streets which are perfect for going for a stroll in a peaceful environment.
The property is cosy yet contemporary and truly is the ideal romantic getaway for two.
A spacious double bedroom is tucked away up in the eaves of the property and is accessed up a steep set of stairs.
On the first floor there is a sitting room with plenty of comfy seating and a woodburner, which is the perfect spot to sit, relax and watch TV.
On the ground floor is the well-equipped kitchen/diner that has all the amenities you need to make a delicious meal.
The ground floor is also home to a modern shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC.
Roadside parking is available to the outside of the property.
Venture to the seaside village of Banff, where you will find a lovely sandy beach and an array of fascinating architecture.
There is also a variety of shops, restaurants and hotels, which serve a fine selection of local sea foods.
There are many attractions available including coastal walking paths, numerous golf courses, sailing, surfing, climbing and you could even go dolphin watching!
Located in an ideal tourist destination that has a relaxing ambience, Winklers Cottage is the ideal getaway for two all year round!
About the location
Banff 8 miles; Fraserburgh 17 miles; Aberdeen 32 miles; Elgin 43 miles.
The port village of Gardenstown is often linked with neighbouring Gamrie and Crovie as one community, and was founded in 1720 by Alexander Garden as a fishing village. Gardenstown borders a small sandy bay with stunning scenery flanking both sides. The village has a pub serving food all year and a restaurant, galleries and several tea rooms in season. A steep road leads you through the ancient, narrow and winding streets to the harbour where many small boats are moored. The neighbouring town of Banff boasts a relaxing sandy beach and a variety of fascinating architecture in contrasting styles, exemplified by Duff House, an impressive Georgian mansion open to visitors and home to paintings and artefacts from the National Galleries of Scotland. Banff and the surrounding area also have a good selection of shops, restaurants and hotels, which serve a fine selection of local sea foods, whilst nearby Pennan, a beautiful old smugglers village, was the location for the movie 'Local Hero'. The whole area is an ideal tourist destination, being on the North East Tourist Trail, with easy access to coastal paths and the Whisky and Castle Trails, as well as numerous golf courses, fishing, sailing, dolphin watching, surfing, climbing, great walking and of course, stunning sunsets and fabulous scenery. The Grampian and Cairngorm mountains are easily accessible for day excursions, and the North East of Scotland is protected from prevailing winds and has the driest Scottish climate with virtually no midges.