Tour Scotland Self Catering Holiday Cottage Recommendations Lossiemouth


Tour Scotland self catering holiday cottage recommendations in Lossiemouth, Moray, Scotland.

Fisherman's Cottage is the ideal holiday home for families, couples and friends. Built around 1819 but newly modernised with some original features, Fisherman's Cottage is a tastefully decorated, cosy 3 bedroomed home with conservatory and private garden. The 2 upstairs bedrooms have picturesque views overlooking the River Lossie and golden sands of the East Beach, which leads to long coastal walks along the Moray Firth, the top dolphin spotting area in the UK. Less than a 5 minutes walk to a great restaurant as well as all the usual amenities, shops, bars and fantastic ice cream shops. Lossiemouth is a golfer's dream with 2 championship courses and many more in the local Moray area. Lossiemouth is also perfectly situated for following the Speyside whisky trail where the world's finest malts are distilled. Fisherman's cottage is the ideal location for fishing and bird watching, with the river estuary only a stone's throw away.

Wee Lossie Cottage is a 1 bedroom cottage which offers quality spacious accommodation within easy walking distance of the both the East and West beach, harbour area, golf course and all local amenities in Lossiemouth. The ground floor comprises: Lounge: The lounge at Wee Lossie Cottage cottage features a comfy sofa and armchair, TV with digital TV & radio, a DVD/CD player and feature fire, electric. The lounge also has space to eat at a table with 2 chairs.The perfect place for relaxing after a busy day. Kitchen: The fully fitted kitchen has an electric halogen hob, grill & oven, fridge freezer, microwave, and automatic washing machine. The rear from the kitchen leads out to a full enclosed courtyard style garden. The double bedroom at Wee Lossie Cottage has a comfortable bed with a silentnight mattress, double wardrobe, dressing table, hairdryer, radio alarm with ipod docking station and a full length mirror. Wee Lossie cottage had a spacious bathroom with a large quadrant shower, heated towel rail & plenty of storage space. We provide 1 hand towel & 1 bath towel per person.

Lossie cottage has been renovated with families in mind. We know that travelling with children means a lot of extra luggage, so to make life easier we can provide a cot with bedding and high chair at no extra charge. Please note the cot is suitable for infants under the age of 2 only. For stress free family mealtimes there are plastic tumblers & plates and to ease the burden of grocery shopping both Tesco & Asda will deliver to the door. Just place your order before you leave home. The cottage has a DVD player, so feel free to let your children bring their own favourite DVDs on holiday with them. We also have a small selection of childrens books and games to help keep them entertained. Lossiemouth and area have loads to keep the family entertained whatever the weather. The glorious sandy beaches at Lossiemouth will keep children of all ages entertained for hours. For the more energetic there are forest trails and castles and whisky distilleries to explore in Moray. Nearby Elgin has a great leisure centre with a swimming pool, ice rink and soft play area. Within an hours drive you can visit the Highland Wildlife park or Landmark forest park. There is no lack of things to see and do in the area during the winter months. The magnificent coastline, forest walks, fishing, pretty villages and towns, great pubs, restaurants and golf courses are still here. Why not take of advantage of the excellent boutique shopping opportunities locally including Brodie Countryfare, Johnstons Cashmere and Baxters. The scenery in the highlands of Scotland is stunning in Winter and of course there is no better time to visit to try the winter sports. Aviemore and the Cairngorm national park are only a 1 hour drive from Lossiemouth so ideal for anyone looking to test their skills on the slopes.

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