Traditional stone cottage in popular holiday town of Portsoy, 100 yards from 17th century harbour.
The cottage is completely self-contained with a large secluded garden with drying area and patio. This is ideal for families with children and pets, which are also welcome.
The accommodation comprises of 2 double bedrooms each with a T.V, comfortable double bed and ample wardrobe and drawer space.
The large living room area has a three-piece suite with reclining chairs, T.V, dvd/video player and CD/radio player.
The dining area is situated between the living room and a luxurious modern fitted kitchen, which contains a halogen cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, and washing machine along with all other kitchen utensils/crockery.
The family bathroom consists of a three-piece suite with wash hand basin, W.C and corner bath with Jacuzzi.
The cottage is fully double-glazed and has gas central heating throughout; this also supplies the hot water. Electricity and gas are fully included in the price along with all towels and linen. Ironing board and iron are also included.
Portsoy lies on the Moray Firth Coast approximately midway between Aberdeen (53 miles) and Inverness (63 miles).
Of all the harbours along the Aberdeenshire and Moray Coast, Portsoy was one of the earliest built in 1693 and as a result is one of the most fascinating.
The harbour hosts The Scottish Traditional Boat Festival every summer and sees the biggest gathering of traditional boats in Scotland.
Tourist attractions and sporting activities
There are many tourist attractions and sporting opportunities in the area that ensure the cottage is an ideal touring base.
•National Trust Gardens and Castle Country
•Balmoral Castle And Royal Deeside
•North East Coastal Trail, Boat trips, Dolphin and bird watching
•Duff House Gallery at Banff
•Macduff Marine Aquarium
•Moray Wildlife Centre at Spey Bay
•Golf- 12 courses in a 20 mile radius from Portsoy a mixture of superb parkland and traditional links at very reasonable prices
•Walking- from gentle coastal walks to the speyside way and Grampian mountains
•Fishing- on the rivers Spey and Deveron or out at sea
•Cycling- from the quiet coastal roads to the mountain bike trails
There are many other action sports available such as white water rafting, canoeing, hand gliding, rock climbing or abseiling are just a few activities, which can be sampled.