The Seaview at The Doocot (Dovehouse) in Gaelic, is a welcoming, semi-detached property found in the coastal village of Hopeman, on the coast of the Moray Firth.
Just 200m from the beach.
The property was built in 1918 and has been reimagined to maximise the sea views and comfort.
It boasts views of the beaches and harbour from every room.The Doocot is located on the beautiful Moray Coast in the small seaside village of Hopeman.The village lies on the coast a short distance from Burghead with Findhorn to the West and Lossiemouth to the East.With two bedrooms offering en-suite facilities, this is a cosy and comfortable base, and offers an ideal accommodation layout for couples, families and friends.
After a day of meandering the beautiful beaches, look forward to unwinding in the sitting room, with two reclining sofas and a Smart TV for entertainment, or simply sit back and take in the stunning views across the sea.
Allow the chef of the group to prepare a hearty feast in the kitchen, fitted with modern appliances and fixtures such as the Belfast sink, while the others can set the dining table and let the woodburning stove warm the room.
As you tire, choose between the two bedrooms for a nights rest, including a triple bunk room featuring a double and a single bed on the ground floor, whilst upstairs occupies a double bedroom, both of which benefit from convenient en-suite facilities.
The master double ensuite provides an additional luxury.
Here you can relax and settle down for the night with a film which boasts a experience from the comfort of your bed with your very own built in TV.
There is access to a roof terrace, where you can take a seat and enjoy the panoramic views across the bay, from the terrace you can step down to the well-kept turfed garden and watch family enjoy the outdoor space.There is a secure area to store your outdoor gear.You will also find an additional elevated area on the lawn where you can sit out with a drink of choice and fully unwind.
Aberdeen is approximately 70 miles East and Inverness 35 miles West.Hopeman Harbour is a popular berthing point for pleasure boats.The harbour also attracts canoeists, fisherman and paddleboarders.The disused railway line now connects Burghead and Hopeman with a two-mile coastal path.This is popular with walkers and cyclists of all ages and the varied coastline attracts beachcombers, rock poolers, surfers, climbers, cyclists and runners.The coastal path is well surfaced and is an easy route for prams, buggies, wheelchairs and balance bikes.To the East is the Hopeman East Beach where the iconic ‘Hutties’ can be found.During your stay in Hopeman, take some time to visit our beaches (2-minute walk) and admire the stunning views across the water to the Black Isle.One of the best parts of the Moray Firth is we are lucky to have no midges, enjoy your beach-time in peace!
Hopeman’s East Beach (2 min walk) is home to many brightly and beautifully decorated beach huts and if you venture a little further you will be following in the footsteps of dinosaurs as you approach the breathtaking Cove Bay, where fossilised dinosaur footprints can be found.For the keen golfer, a round at Hopeman Golf Club is highly recommended with the 12th Hole – The Prieshach hailed as one of the best par 3 holes in Scotland.
If you’re lucky, you will be treated to spotting a pod of dolphins or the occasional humpback whale swimming just off the shore.The wider area of Moray has much to offer.Findhorn, Nairn, and Aviemore are just a scenic drive away.