Something a bit different - this unique stone tower accommodation is located in pretty open countryside and provides very comfortable accommodation over three floors.
Forming part of an original steading, this Kinloss cottage has been thoughtfully constructed and offers guests a unique holiday experience.
Situated next to the owners' home on the outskirts of Kinloss village, this Morayshire cottage would suit a family or perhaps a couple.
There are two bedrooms, a twin on the second floor, which boasts countryside views from three sides and a double on the first floor, plus also on the first floor at this Kinloss cottage is a shower room and a small and cosy dressing room/sitting area.
On the ground floor, you will find a well-equipped kitchen, and a spacious sitting room with dining area and double French doors that lead out to the garden.
The village of Kinloss benefits from a local shop, pub, petrol station and golf club, which is open to visitors.
This Kinloss cottage is so close to wonderful beaches, interesting villages and historical towns that you will be spoilt for choice, but make sure you allow time to relax in your very own tower!
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with sofa and stairs leading to 1 x second floor twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC accessed via first floor dressing room/sitting area. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area, electric fire, French doors and stairs leading to double bedroom. First floor dressing room/sitting area (seats 2) accessed from double bedroom and leading to shower room.
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.