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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JoGreenwood - verified booking
"A group of 7 of us (3 adults and 4 children under 10) all stayed at S5953 during February half term. Actually this was our second visit but the cottage wasn't yet on TripAdvisor to write a review. All I can say is that the cottage is perfect. It is beautifully decorated, contemporary but with a very coastal cottage feel. Spotlessly clean, warm, spacious and well kitted out with everything you could possible need. It also has a wonderful sea view and is located right across the road from the sea. Portknockie is a peaceful village with a lovely harbour and lots of good walks, caves and beaches to explore. There is also a local Spar that is open til 8pm most nights or the Cullen Co-Op is just a couple of minutes drive away. I have to mention the beds! - all of the beds were comfortable ,the bedlinen was soft and clean and it was an absolutely joy to get into bed at the end of the day. Even though the weather was lovely, it was still cold so we spent a lot of time indoors enjoying this cosy cottage with the wood burning fire roaring! We will definitely be back again shortly. Simply perfect and we all have a fantastic time.."
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!"
Mrs Stewart - verified booking
"This cottage was in a great location near a lovely little harbour. It was in immaculate condition & equipped with everything you could possibly need. The owner met us & showed us around & presented us with a very generous welcome food hamper. The cottage was warm & cosy & a lot of thought had been given to its nautical /seaside decor. There was a huge range of board & console games /equipment, books & DVD's. so even if the weather is poor, lots to keep you occupied . Very quiet area so great to just unwind & chill out. The local pub was a couple of mins walk from cottage with very friendly owner & staff. Nice food. The village is very pretty as is the surrounding area. For the whisky lovers, loads of distilleries in the area, many nice places to have lunch etc. Everywhere we went the local people were friendly & welcoming . Lots of beaches & places to walk your dog. A big thank you to the owner Janette & her husband ,we had a lovely week that passed all too quickly"
Mr Keay - verified booking
"The location of the cottage was excellent, so near to the harbour and lovely walks. The cottage itself was exceptional, the best we have ever booked from Sykes Cottages. Everything in the cottage was of the highest quality and the welcome pack left for us was wonderful. We will definitely be booking this cottage again. We went to the local church on the hill for the Sunday morning service and we were made most welcome. It was a really good service. Two eating places worth mentioning are the Rockpool at Cullen (better to make a booking) and the Galley restuarant at Whitehills harbour (again, better to make a booking). The food and service at both places was first class. Moray has a beautiful coast, with little fishing villages dotted along it, each one prettier than the one before. A wonderful place for a peaceful holiday."
Helen R - verified booking
"A well deserved 5 star rating. Lovely cottage with everything you could possibly need and more. We were an extended family group aged from 9-73 and it suited everyone no matter what age. Lots of local information was provided and the food recommendations were great. From the best fish and chips ever in Portknockie itself, the Rockpool Cafe In Cullen where you have to reserve seats it's so busy to the Galley Restaurant in Whitehills. All were great. We did a 2 hour drive to Channory Point to see dolphins and boy did they put on a show for us and then the next night my daughter saw them from her bedroom window in S5953. We loved S5953 and no better praise than from my grandson who reckons his granny books the best holidays. The cottage is a credit to Fiona and Volker."