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Brimming with Scottish charm, Moray is a gem of Scotland. Encompassing some stunning coast and a slice of the famous Cairngorms National Park, Moray is jam-packed with things to see and do during a cottage holiday here.

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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Holiday Cottages In Moray

More Moray Cottages

Brimming with Scottish charm, Moray is a gem of Scotland. Encompassing some stunning coast and a slice of the famous Cairngorms National Park, Moray is jam-packed with things to see and do during a cottage holiday here.

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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  1. Pauline

    Verified purchase

    "Great house for a large family get together as all 12 could get around the one table (and room for 2 dogs underneath)! House retains many original interesting features, although it is a wee bit tired, but like an old lady it is still a grand and graceful old house. Plenty parking within the grounds too, we had 6 cars with us and room for them all. Great garden for kids to explore. Only one WC downstairs so if you want 4/5 star modern accommodation this is not for you. But otherwise, we loved it, it had a lovely warm atmosphere, and the grand piano and snooker table were a real hit. Only negative was that kitchen was very small for the numbers staying but it was an easy short walk (around 10 minutes even for my elderly mum) into Keith town centre where there are plenty eateries and shops and several takeaways. Great base for walking too, the Tarnash falls and Dunnyduff wood is well worth a visit and lots of walks around the village and distilleries too. The couple who live at the back of the house were very helpful and although we arrived a bit early, we were able to get in without any trouble. Definitely recommend."
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  2. Gemma

    Verified purchase

    "S22810 is a fabulous place for a gathering of friends. There were 11 of us, with a few wee babes in arms and a well-behaved dog and we had a marvellous weekend in this beautiful period house. The bedrooms were spacious, with plenty room for travel cots. The dining room - complete with chandelier - was just brilliant for a sit-down meal, and the living space was cosy with its open fire and comfy reclining chairs. As a few people have mentioned, the kitchen is not ideal for such large groups, but we managed just fine for breakfast, ate out for lunch, and ordered an Indian takeaway for dinner (highly recommended!) Mrs Donaldson, the caretaker, was very welcoming and approachable. We arrived late on the Friday night and left Sunday morning, but given the opportunity we would love to have heard more about the history of this fascinating house - hopefully we will return next year and can hear all about it then!"
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  3. Chris

    Verified purchase

    "Absolute credit to Pauline and family for the up keep and presentation of this lovely old Mansion. Our stay wash really amazing and comfortable, very warm and cosy. Every night we had a different theme for dinner at the fantastic huge dining table.Perfect location to explore the Moray coast and Speyside Whiskey trails. Truly one of the most beautiful areas in the country.The only downside was the size of the kitchen, as was mentioned in previous reviews. We we're lucky that our group was very well organised. The other point i would say is that the snooker table has seen better days and really needs recovered and new cues etc bought. All in all i highly recommend Isle Bank house to family and friends, very child and dog friendly. Will definitely stay again."
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  4. Craig

    Verified purchase

    "Large property, clean and looked after well by the neighbouring caretaker. Although dated and missing some 'mod-cons' (wi-fi throughout, large kitchen, etc) the house has is fun, has lots of space and is useful when you have a large party and young kids. Being without WiFi meant the kids had to play!Location is exactly what we wanted being close to the coast, Aberdeen, Inverness, the cairngorms and of course, speyside and all it has to offer.It's definitely worth being a member of both the Scottish/english heritage and national trusts - there are so many sites to choose from and kept us going on the occasional rainy day.We will hopefully be back.Thanks"
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  5. Caroline

    Verified purchase

    "Eight of us has the most wonderful two days at S22810. Its eccentricity charmed us all and Pauline and Ian the most helpful, good fun, supportive and wonderful people who really could not do enough to make our stay a smashing experience.If you want modern, contemporary order, I wouldn't bother coming to Isla Bank, but if you want splendidly big-roomed, gorgeously Victorian comfort, it's for you. The kitchen is quite small for the size of the rest of the house, but not an issue. The house was warm, smashing open fires, spotlessly clean and with a snooker table that invites a great night in. Thank you Pauline and Ian - we loved our stay."
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