Once a fisherman's cottage, you can now use 28 Low Shore as your harbourside retreat on the coast of Scotland, with the delights of Whitehills village right on your doorstep.
The property enjoys a well-presented interior with flashes of modernity and colour, making it the perfect escape for families seeking an action-packed break from it all.
Enter this welcoming stone cottage and on your right sits the alluring sitting room, brought to life by vibrant seating and artwork, offering a TV and electric fire for your evening entertainment.
The budding chef of the group can use the slick, modern fixtures and fittings in the kitchen to cook up a storm for the family, to be enjoyed in the well-presented dining room down the corridor.
The ground floor is complete with a brightly tiled family bathroom, giving you the option of a bath or shower over to freshen up each morning.
Discover three immaculate bedrooms on the first floor, offering a range of setups to welcome groups of all kinds.
Sumptuous furniture and warming colour schemes help to create the perfect spot to catch your rest after each fun-filled day.
Experience the refreshing sea breeze and stunning views right from your front door, then take a stroll into the village to reveal an assortment of charming local pubs and shops.
A wider range of amenities can be found just a few miles along the coast in Banff, or perhaps head to Portsoy in the other direction.
The Speyside Whisky Trail is within simple reach, being one of Scotland's most popular attractions, it is certainly worth a day out!
Experience Scotland in all its glory from this heart-warming, well-located holiday cottage.