A white-washed fisherman's cottage situated in the quaint hamlet of Pennan, Aberdeenshire.
This property lies within a row of cottages backed by cliffs and facing the seafront, with only a narrow road separating it from a rocky beach.
In this remote area, you can only be contacted here if you want to be, making it the perfect bolthole for couples wanting a tranquil retreat from the rush and noise of everyday life.
The living accommodation in the property consists of a homely sitting room complete with comfortable sofas and open fire overlooking the cove, a cosy spot for warming up after a day's hiking.
The small galley kitchen has everything you need for cooking some tasty meals together and has a dining space at one end to sit and enjoy them.
A second door leading from the kitchen brings you to a bright sun room with more dining space, ideal for taking your morning coffee or enjoying breakfast.
The bathroom and dual-aspect bedroom are on the opposite side of the house, the latter of which featuring a double bedroom and beautiful views over the cove as well as over the garden.
At the back of the property is an enclosed patio garden reached by a door from the sun room.
It is surrounded by white-washed walls in keeping with the cottage's exterior and has a space with patio furniture for sitting out in the afternoon sun.
Pennan consists of two rows of fisherman's cottages, including a hotel.
For shops, galleries, tearooms and a village pub with meals and drinks available, the village of Gardenstown is a short drive with a selection of pubs, and supermarkets with petrol station, also offering a picturesque harbour.
The town of Banff is also a short drive away offering a number of attractions and activities as well as Fraserburgh with its renowned lighthouse.
St Magnus Haven is a serene base for those wanting to explore the beauty of the Northern Scottish coast.