Holiday Cottages In Moray To Rent
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The coast of Moray is an ideal spot for dolphin spotting and you can either keep your eyes peeled from the shore or indulge in a boat trip. Needless to say, with such an impressive coastline, fishing was once a huge part of life here. You can find out more about this heritage at the Buckie and District Fishing Heritage Centre. Further inland a section of the largest National Park in Britain falls within Moray. This wonderfully unspoilt area is popular with outdoor enthusiasts.
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Moray To Rent.
Ulli - verified booking
"We - a group of 6 adults - were staying in S22801 for a week end of July. The house had some pluses and a lot of minuses for us to experience: The pluses: Location: very nice next to the park and the River Spey. Green and quiet. Size: all rooms are of sufficient size, kitchen and dining area and living room are comfy and spacey as well. Big fridge (and it was clean, surprisingly) Ready made firewood beside the fireplace in the livingroom (however we had such a nice summer weather so we did not use it) The minuses: First impression: the coffee machine in the kitchen had a broken switch, and a used filter filter with blooming mildew in it was welcoming us - yuck! Inadequate arrival infomation: Brochure contained only the basic emergency information. User manuals for electric devices and the heating had to be searched, and have been found in the auxiliary utility room next to the kitchen; no clear information on waste management Gas oven: A manual on the gas stove was not available at all. We did not manage to find the electric gas plate ignition, so we used matches instead (which previous guests did as well obviously). Lack of cleanliness: the House was cleaned on the obvious surface - but it would have needed a general do-over (as stated also by prior guests). Stains & handmarks at the walls and doors, the bolsters on the dining table chairs were smeary and dirty (we had put them aside and did not use them) Vacuum cleaners: ther were 3 vacuum cleaners available, 2 of which were disfunctional, and the third one (a big Hoover Monster) was lacking a manual. An old rugged mop only, which could not be replaced (stuck at the broomstick) The garden was a sad mess: lawn was not cut, leaves all over, terraces dirty with bird's droppings, garden tables and chairs have obviously not been cleaned since the 2017 season The childs playroom (not used by us) was a mess as well, there was a wooden chest with broken hinges and screws peeping out, presenting risk of injury. The outside appearance of the house: cob webs all over which caught the poplar cotton so that the house looked a bit scary, roof gutter obviously not cleaned out since last year Toilet at the ground floor needed always a second flush when toilet paper was in. Summary: S22801 surely was a fantastic place once when it was made up (this is reflected also by earlier feedbacks and references), but today due to lack of general maintenance and general cleaning it has lost its charme. The House was good for us to be accommodated, but it did not welcome us to offer a pleasant stay. Anyway, we decided to have a great time in Aberlour and Speyside even though. Would we come ack again? Well, maybe not. Would we recommend this to others? Unlikely."
Andrew K - verified booking
"This is an outstanding cottage with wonderful charm and character, a real home from home. It is set in a picturesque location, in a coastal fishing village, on the Moray firth. The cottage is spacious, full of character and wonderfully decorated. It has everything you could possibly need! Clean, cosy and with some lovely personal touches, including a book containing information about the history of the cottage - fascinating - an old fisherman's cottage transformed into a contemporary coastal holiday home. The cottage has beautiful views out to sea. Portknockie harbour is quaint and peaceful, and Bow Fiddle Rock is just a few minutes walk from the house. This offered us incredible views and wonderful photo opportunities. We'd recommend getting up early to watch the sunrise behind Bow Fiddle - absolutely stunning! The Moray Coast Trail is a stones throw away and runs for 50 miles along the coast; perfect for cycling, running or walking along. We loved seeing seals from Portessie Bay, Ospreys from the top of the Bin of Cullen and we're looking forward to coming back to see the dolphins! We thoroughly recommend a holiday here!"
Elaine - verified booking
"I thought I had booked a cottage on the harbour, but could only see this when outside. The Admirals public house was very good, but I felt that the menu needed a few other items on it. Potatoes and pasta are not very good if you are suffering with diabetes. Salads only appeared on the side of the plate and not offered as a main meal. The cottage was very nice, but I felt that an Xpelar was needed in both bathrooms as there was no way the window would open in the downstairs bathroom, and even more important that air should be in the upstairs bathroom as it housed the boiler. The fire extinguisher in the kitchen was 2 years out of date and also was situated near the hob, and this was a hazard in itself as it was an aerosol. The boilers inspection was out of date according to the book in the cottage. There also is a problem with damp especially in the porch which was crumbling whilst I was there. I personally feel that Health and Safety would have a field day if an inspection was to take place. The dishwasher needs securing as it wobbles when trying to fill it."
Miriam - verified booking
"We had such a lovely week at S60333. The Cottage was beautiful, tastefully done with everything in it that a family and their four legged friends would need. We arrived to a lovely personalised welcome pack which included flowers, milk, treats for dogs and children as well as jar full of chocolate biscuits. The Cottage is spacious, spotless clean, very well equipped, and comfortable. The location is truly stunning and you can literally throw a stone into the water from the front door! Therefore, making it literally impossible to be nearer the sea. The local folk were lovely, there was so much to see and do in the surrounding area, but to be honest you don't really need to leave the your own doorstep. The weather was kind to us and our children loved it and spent their days on the surrounding beaches and their evenings in the harbour in front of our door paddling about in an inflatable canoe. The dogs were in heaven too and frankly so were we. In short we absolutely loved it!"
Kathleen - verified booking
"Set in an enviable location in the village of Lhanbryde, overlooking farmland, S79045 is a spacious bungalow with every contemporary convenience and appointed to a high standard designed for comfort. Instructions for appliances and heating are comprehensively described in the folder, along with useful information on the area.We were impressed by the careful attention to detail and Brian kept in touch before and after our visit. While we were there we were in the capable and courteous hands of Brian's Dad, who lives nearby.Lhanbryde boasts an award- winning butcher and a friendly local convenience store, a five minute walk from the house. A short drive takes you to Fochabers, Elgin and Lossiemouth and though the dolphins were not out to play at Spey Bay we did see an osprey. In the evening we took advantage of the lovely view from the patio to watch the sun setting over the fields.We would highly recommend S79045 for a relaxing get- away in beautiful Morayshire."