64 Crovie is a traditional fisherman’s cottage in Crovie village. It is very comfortable, well equipped and the ideal place to relax and watch the world go by. Crovie is a unique fishing village dating from the 1800’s which nestles into the cliffs around the coast from Gardenstown. There is no vehicular access through the conservation village and parking is provided at one end. A barrow is provided to transport luggage and shopping. This cottage features a kitchen/dining room with washer/dryer, microwave and ceramic hob, and dining area with large table and woodburning stove. There is a small cosy lounge with TV and DVD, and a shower room downstairs. Both dining room and lounge have direct views onto the sea. Upstairs are two large twin rooms, sleeping 4 comfortably. Electric radiators provided throughout cottage. Free Wi-fi is available.
An 18th Century granite house located in the heart of the old village, Bankhead provides bright and characterful three bedroom accommodation with views over the village to the sea and glorious sunsets. In addition, the house includes a complementary art studio for sole use of guests – a great messy space for everyone to make a masterpiece!
Welcome to Gamrie Palace Cottage A rural retreat set in the Gamrie countryside two miles from the picturesque fishing village of Gardenstown. Newly renovated self-catering cottage. This newly renovated self-catering cottage has two bedrooms and can comfortably accommodate 4 guests. Bedroom one has a super king size bed, which can be adapted into two singles if required. The second bedroom is a standard double bedroom. Free unlimited Wi-Fi available to all guests. A well behaved dog is welcome subject to prior arrangements. The nearby village of Gardenstown provides a small selection of shops for essential groceries, a tea room, a restaurant, a friendly pub and a welcoming church. In addition to these, the towns of Macduff, Banff and Fraserburgh are near at hand for larger amenities.
A traditional two bed fisherman’s cottage, with all mod cons, directly on the Moray Firth Seafront within Gardenstown. This superb holiday cottage in the conservation Seatown area of Gardenstown, was originally a fisherman’s cottage, built in the 19th century, and is directly on the Moray Firth seafront.
Harbour Cottage was originally an old net store, located a few metres from Gardenstown Harbour. The accommodation had been fully restored to a high standard. The open plan design, which has one en-suite bedroom, is ideally suited to a couple looking for a peaceful getaway at an affordable price. The cottage has free WIFI and is also ‘Pet Friendly!
Set in the heart of the Seatown area of the old fishing village, Herons is close to the sea and beach on a narrow stepped lane between the sea wall road and the brae above. It is close to both the beach and the harbour.
Enjoy the best of both worlds as you relax in this luxurious cottage, looking out through the aptly named “picture” window at the Moray Firth – literally on your doorstep. Bang in the middle of a conservation area this architect designed, traditional style, cottage was built in 2011 and is fitted with all the mod cons – you won’t want to leave!
Seilie Cottage is a traditional fisherman’s cottage, dating back to the mid 1800s and located in the conservation area of Gardenstown. The cottage has been sensitively renovated to provide superior self catering accommodation, and the 4-star rating by VisitScotland reflects this.
A deceptively spacious 19th Century granite property two minutes walk from the harbour, Stroma Cottage offers relaxed, comfortable accommodation with 4 generous bedrooms that sleep 9 plus a sofa bed, and a large open plan living/dining/kitchen area. As an added bonus, the house includes a big art studio for sole use of guests.