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."
Graham - verified booking
"A charming well modernised comfortable cottage in a period residential community which is remarkably quiet. The cottage is well equipped and surprisingly roomy although the low doorways take some getting used to. The streets are narrow and quaint. The area is one which has bars rather than pubs if that is where you would look for meals out. There is a delightful seafront cafe, Bijou by the Sea, which is modern, light, airy and the food is excellent (see TripAdvisor) and is within easy walking distance. Portessie is, like all of the coastal villages either side a fishing community with an interesting harbour area and a coastline which is a riot of varied fauna & flora. For those who like being out and about on foot there are short easy strolls or longer walks available on a beautiful coastline with dolphins close inshore and a seal community on a beach within a few miles. A perfect location for a quiet, laid back and restful break."
- Mr Goudie, July 2017 - verified booking
"The process of booking with Sykes Cottages was very straight forward, communication from them was excellent. Prior, during and after there was also excellent communication with the owners, who are evidently very proud of S33786, and rightly so. S33786 itself is a perfect holiday cottage in the Seatown area of Cullen. The cottage is very, very comfortable and homely, close to the beaches and local amenities. It was clean, fresh, spacious and well presented, several friends of ours also staying in Seatown were in awe of Dellwood. I would thoroughly recommend S33786 to anyone and would seek to rebook Dellwood should we holiday in Cullen again."
Gemma - verified booking
"One of our group of 4 adults (2 couples from Qld Australia) asked for a week in a beautiful little cottage with a fire in the middle of nowhere and snow.... we didn't have the snow but we found the beautiful cottage in the middle of nowhere. Its the best equipped stay we have been to, great surroundings, large enough for more people but comfortable, warm and cosy. The library was filled with great reading, the upstairs lounge/tv area had an amazing view. The streams and birds, it was just wonderful. We were all very sad to leave, it was our haven for the week between travelling the UK from bottom to top and back again."
KATIE - verified booking
"We had a fantastic week in Cullen. Staying at Sea Breeze was wonderful. Less than a minute to all the amenities in Cullen (good takeaways, grocery store, bistro, cafe) and, of course, the location. Fifty yards and you have a choice of benches to sit and gaze out over Cullen Bay, the Moray Firth and the view over to the Black Isle and Sutherland. There are so many walks in the area and the cottage is dog friendly. The cottage is excellently equipped, the wi fi works well and all is well presented. As a tall family, we did struggle with the single beds up in the eaves, but the downstairs set up was fabulous."