A charming and traditional stone cottage tucked away in the corner of the picturesque town square of Portsoy.
This well-appointed cottage has a lovely front-facing sun room as well as a cosy sitting room providing lots of space for relaxation.
The cottage is ideal for a family or a group of friends who will appreciate the wonderful coastal views and interesting history of Portsoy and the surrounding area.
There are three spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms at this Portsoy cottage.
The well-equipped kitchen/dining room is situated at the rear of the cottage and has a door leading out to a private patio and barbecue area.
The two sitting rooms allow families and friends to enjoy the space at this Portsoy cottage, enabling them to choose between socialising in one room and enjoying some quiet reading time in the other.
At the front there is a pretty, enclosed garden area with a bench ideally placed for views across the little square.
Just a few minutes' walk away is the North Sea and the stunning coastline providing fine walks and access to sandy beaches along the way.
If you are a cyclist then you will really appreciate that Portsoy is situated on the National Cycle Route providing excellent rides to the east and west.
There are many pubs and restaurants in this area and the larger towns of Banff, Cullen and Buckie are a short drive away.
There are boat trips, a vast selection of golf courses, wonderful wildlife and much more to ensure that your Portsoy holiday will be action packed and enjoyable.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double, 2 x twin (one can be belted together to be super king-size double on request). Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area and door to rear patio. Utility. Sitting room with electric fire. Sun room.
About the location
Cullen 6 miles; Banff 7 miles; Portknockie 8 miles.
Portsoy is an historic port situated mid-way between the towns of Cullen and Banff on the pretty Moray Firth coast and is one of the many atmospheric fishing ports scattered along this impressive stretch of the north east coastline of Scotland. Boasting two harbours, one old and one new and with excellent local facilities including hotels, pubs and shops, Portsoy is a wonderful holiday destination as well as being near to the famous Malt Whisky Trail. The area is awash with quality golf courses with fabulous coastal views and the coastal path is perfect for walkers who want to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the area and roam freely on its lovely beaches. A visit to the Salmon Bothy is a must to get a real feel of the interesting history of Portsoy and hear the story of the area as a trading, fishing and smuggling port.