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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Gillian - verified booking
"Having stayed in Cullen on many previous occasions, we were looking forward to returning. Firstly, the positives....great location in the centre of the village with parking outside the front door. So on arrival, we found that there was no 'Welcome pack" in the kitchen, no big deal but why advertise it? The property was grubby and very much "surface clean". Internally the decor was tired, with chipped walls, the handles on the kitchen cupboards were peeling. There were only 5 dinner plates in the kitchen, (we were a party of 6). The crockery and dishes were old, chipped and mismatched. There were also a couple of safety concerns..... Cupboard off the hall - there is a small step down into the cupboard, which should be highlighted as a couple of our party slipped going into the cupboard. Parts of the property have low ceilings, again no signage to indicate same.Basic attention to detail was lacking, remote control in the twin room required new batteries, info folder was basic with no instructions for use of the electrical appliances. There was however, recycling info detailing which bin to use, not ideal though as all the exterior bins were full to the brim on our arrival!The biggest gripe were the poor quality mattresses, pillows and duvets. The pillows were old and thin and the duvets were the same. In fact, we went to the Tesco in Buckie to buy new pillows as they were so thin and flat. The mattress were poor quality, as were the paper mattress covers!!! There were no additional bedding or towels provided, which I would expect especially for a 7 night stay. It is my understanding the owners have recently sold the property, it seems that perhaps they have lost any interest in providing a quality product, very disappointing."
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."
Anne - verified booking
"Had a brilliant time at S22821. Accommodation very clean and comfortable. Although we were there just as a couple with a dog, the cottage had everything to keep kids happy. There was an XBox with plenty of games, countless amounts of DVDs, books, jigsaw puzzles, even a small pool table. There was even things to play with outside. The kitchen was extremely well equipped as well and had a huge fridge. The Log burner was amazing and kept you very warm as it was very cold outside -7. There's plenty to do in the area and a large Tesco only a 10 minute drive away in Keith. Lost count of the distilleries in the area so if you're into your whisky this is the place for you. Cullen Bay beach is lovely and well worth a visit as is Burghead beach and Roseisle forest. Bin forest is great for walks too. Would definately come back to this area and would love to stay at Lower Towie again. Thank you for our lovely holiday, Ross. Anne, Mark and King Ralph. "
Karen - verified booking
"We had an amazing time at S22821, very comfortable and well equipped with fantastic garden and scenery. Lots to do in the area from a visit to Thirteen Moons Cafe (just up the rd) that has a small petting farm too for the kids and great food. Auchindoun and Huntly Castle well worth a visit, Huntly Shortbread Factory,Huntly Falconry centre, Dufftown is a lovely village and very close by , it has a British Legion where everyone is welcome , including children on Mondays and Thursday evenings for their music nights (bring your instruments). Lots of beaches to visit about 20 mins north ,Roseisle was the best we found but their is also Lossiemouth, Spey Bay (Dolphins), Cullen Bay and seals at Burghead too !Lots of local walking trails and also the distilleries a stones throw away. First visit to Scotland and wont be the last we loved it !"
Neal - verified booking
"What a fabulous place. Lower Towie is the perfect base for exploring Moray. It has been converted to a very high standard and the accommodation is exceptional. From champagne flutes, hand soap in bathrooms, to fluffy towels and a loaf tin we wanted for nothing. There was plenty of entertainment in the property, DVDs, books etc, and the garden and grounds were well kept and pretty. In the local area we have walked from Drummuir Church around Loch Park, climbed Ben Rinnes, done the Glenfarclas Distillery Tour, walked to and through the Towie Wind Farm, been to Findhorn, Lossiemouth, Cullen & Spey Bay beaches and recommend them all. Had a great time, thanks for making us so welcome. Neal, Annabelle & Georgie the Border Terrier. Feb half term 2015."