Seafront Cottages Glamping "Door to the Shore" is a luxurious Eco Pod crafted in the style of an upturned boat made from Larch Wood. It is the ultimate in deluxe glamping in Scotland. It has underfloor heating, a wetroom, smart tv, wifi, surround sound, wireless phone charger and iPhone docking station, kitchenette and contains the finest in bedding and appliances.
Door to the Shore is situated 2 meteres from the slipway into this ancient harbour in Pitullie named Craighaven harbour, a top diving spot in North East Scotland. The Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis and Meteor Showers are common in this area so why not pull up a few pews and chairs around the fire pit, rug up, and watch the northern skies come alive at night. There are Castle tours, Jacobite tours, Pictish stone tours and Whisky Tours available in the area.
In the fifteenth century, around a small creek in the 600-million-year-old rocks on the Phingask Coast of Moray Firth in North-east Scotland, grew a small fishing community. Its identity became the settlement of Pitullie. A few hardy families battled with the North Sea to thrive on its harvest of fish. A self-sufficient entity evolved as the feudal "Land of the Pitullies", with the skills necessary to support village life.
Thrift and recycling were " virtues" required by many of the poor. Door to the Shore is a modern day equivalent of Bothys made from upturned boats used by fisherfolk as housing.