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.
Linda - verified booking
"Too far away from everything, horrible long pitted track road to manoeuvre to get to the place. With absolutely no amenities within walking distance. If you did want to walk, its 3 miles to the nearest pub (which i highly recommend, the pub that is), along a main road with no pavment, just gras verges. A lot of rules about what to do and not to do. You have to take your rubbish to the bottom of the road yourself. Says dog friendly, should read dogs tollerated in the living room, but please hoover the dog hairs from the carpet before you leave. Not allowed in till 4 o'clock have to be out by 10 o'clock because apparently it takes 6 hours to clean the place? Now i always leave wherever i stay just the way i found it, as i did this time, so I don't need to see notices all over the place to remind me. All this did was make my stay very uncomfortable, i was afraid to move in case i did something wrong and the book to list breakages was just the last straw. I have been renting places all over the highlands for years and without a doubt this has been my worst experience. The lodge is very very nice, beautifully decorated but you just don't feel at ease. My husband was afraid to use the oven in case he made a mark in it. It looked like new, it was pristine. So no, i would never stay there again. I loved the surroundin area and will go there again but this lodge spoilt it a bit with the unease i felt incase i or the dogs made a mess. I have 2 chihuahuas? Glad it wasn't labradors."
Mark - verified booking
"Huge big house with plenty of room. Great kitchen and bathrooms. Nice fire which we sat around every night with a wee drink and game of Trivial Pursuits. There was the bonus of a home cinema projector. I would say it was a good half an hour to Grantown on Spey and a good 50 mins to Aviemore. We spent most of our time there at the likes of Rothiemurchus and Landmark. There are also many distilleries very close by - Glenlivet is a 5 miniute drive away. It could do with a good spring clean and as the house is so big more than one person is needed to carry out that task. But overall it was clean and tidy when we arrived. There has been some serious money spent in the kitchen and bathrooms and the decor is lovely. The bedrooms could benefit from some wardrobes as hanging space was virtually non existent. The house appears under renovation in the rooms marked private and judging by the standard thus far, the accommodation will end up very nice indeed."
Julie - verified booking
"S80993 was a little bit of heaven - what a beautiful setting so tranquil a place to truly relax. The cottage was spotless, comfortable and the view of the sea was amazing. The hot tub was an excellent place to relax in and enjoy at any time of the day. There are lots of little sea/harbour locations to visit; Portsoy was really beautiful and locked in the past, Portknockie where the fiddle and bow rock formation was, Cullen is also worth a visit. The rockpool cafe was definitely worth a visit but best 2 book in advance as most tables are reserved. Opposite the cafe is a beautiful gift shop and the lady serving us was just lovely. The Pozzi cafe in Buckie served a good lunch but the hotel further up the road was very disappointing and food not great😣.. it would make it better if Buckie itself had more good eating places. The Highland Widlife Park is also worth a visit we even got a small glimpse of baby polar bear with mum."
Andy - verified booking
"We were made to feel very welcome by Sharon and Tony, they have thought of everything that you would require at the cottage.It is very comfortable, especially the beds, and with the heating and woodburner, was as warm as we needed.The grounds are available for you to walk through, and there is a fully fenced area to excercise dogs, as well as the fenced garden at the cottage. Plenty of wildlife can be seen from the cottage, deer, hares and rabbits were daily visitors.The hens were very obliging in providing us with fresh eggs.There is plenty do do in the local area, or you could just relax and watch the world go by through the windows. Although the cottage feels remote, it is only a few minutes drive to local facilities and shops, so ideally situated."
Frances - verified booking
"Our grandchildren from Dubai and Boston loved the house and the castle outside the back garden! The house was sympathetically furnished in keeping with its age rather than with the ubiquitous black leather couches and pine furniture usually seen in rental properties these days. It was quirky and interesting and the location was perfect for exploring the surrounding countryside. Another shower in one of the bathrooms would have been a bonus for a house catering for 10 people instead of three baths and one shower but that did not in any way detract from a truly memorable holiday in a "one-off" holiday home. We all loved and have happy memories of our week at S22798."