This refurbished, detached cottage is situated on the shores of Macduff, a breath of fresh air with sea views just a glimpse away.
Peaceful and tranquil, this retreat offers a romantic break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, beautifully presented for a scenic escape.
Enter into the hallway and across to the twin bedroom which is decorated to a high standard, boasting a dressing table where you can get ready in the morning hours.
The nearby shower room is a classic addition to the ground floor.
After the sun goes down, relax in the sitting room, or enjoy a home cooked meal at the dining table.
You can even admire the sea views without having to leave the comfort of Jade Cottage.
To the other side, a well equipped kitchen is complete with stylish units, so you can prepare dinner before heading back into the lounge for a cosy evening.
Access the beautiful snug area by following the stairs, where you can rest in comfortable arm chairs with a good book and enjoy some peace and quiet.
The sloped ceilings and Velux windows make this a lovely hideaway for children to play, or for guests to simply absorb the open views across the North sea, where you might even spot some dolphins!
Outside of the cottage you will find a small enclosed seating area with a raised flower bed and gravel area, perfect for relaxing on a nice afternoon.
Aside from excellent scenery, the town itself has a lot to offer with a selection of shops and good restaurants, whilst a visit to the MacDuff Aquarium is a must for seeing the species found in the waters of the Moray Firth.
For Golfers, the Royal Tarlair course is a challenge not to be missed.
This is a delightful cottage in a refreshing location.
About the location
Banff 1.5 miles; Whitehills 4 miles; Portsoy 9 miles.
MacDuff is situated on Banff Bay and overlooks its neighbouring town of Banff, just across the estuary of the River Deveron, on the Moray Coast in the north east of Scotland. Macduff enjoys stunning sea views and wonderful sunsets and the architecture reflects its maritime heritage. The north east coast of Scotland is a hidden gem, with its atmospheric fishing villages dotted along the coastline, making it a wonderful place for easy exploration. MacDuff has a busy working harbour. The town itself has a lot to offer with an excellent selection of shops and good restaurants and a visit to the MacDuff Aquarium is a must for seeing the species found in the waters of the Moray Firth. For Golfers, the Royal Tarlair course is a challenge as it is situated on precipitous cliffs and lost balls are never retrieved! Macduff is a wonderful town and an ideal holiday base.
Note: Adults and babes in arms only.