Wednesday, 2 March 2016
Tour Scotland Self Catering Holiday Cottage Recommendations Burghead
Tour Scotland self catering holiday cottage recommendations in Burghead, Moray, Scotland.
Burghead Cottage has a large living /dining area as well as a separate lounge, a king size double and a twin room, four people can easily feel at home here. We can also provide a cot or an extra camp bed for those with young families. The enclosed garden means the cottage is also ideal for those with well behaved dogs. The cottage is equipped with all mod cons, including WIFI, and we provide all the linen and towels you may need. We also provide a welcome pack in case you don't have time to buy all your groceries before you get to us. The cottage makes an ideal base for those who want to explore the many castles or whisky distilleries in the area, or to test out some of the local golf courses. Or you may like to try your luck viewing the local wildlife, the resident bottlenose dolphins have been sighted in the harbour by many a past guest. or if you have young children, the sandy beach and site of the Pictish fort will keep them amused for hours.
Clavie cottage sleeps 5, +1 cot, with stunning sea views from the master bedroom. The cottage also benefits from a spacious kitchen diner, enclosed rear garden and off street parking. Burghead with its stunning coastal setting is on your doorstep but within an hours drive you can explore Inverness & Loch Ness, the Cairngorm national park, castles, whisky distilleries and countless golf courses. You needn't even use your car as within 2 minutes of the front door you can explore Burghead's beach, harbour, ancient well and admire the views over the Moray Firth from the Burghead visitor centre, don't forget your binoculars for a bit of dolphin spotting. Relax and have lunch in one of Burghead's 3 pubs/hotels or simply watch the world go by on the sea front in this wonderfully peaceful setting.
A17 is a static caravan situated on the quiet and beautiful Burghead Beach Holiday Park on the Moray Firth. It is adjacent to the Moray coastal walking path and at the edge of Roseisle Forest, three minutes walk from a 7 miles stretch of a beautiful sandy beach, with views across the bay to the mountains. The Village of Burghead is just a few minutes away with a lovely working harbour it has a chemist, shop, post office, hotels/pub and the renown Bothy for meals. The village was the pictish capitol of the region and there are still pictish remains and visitor centre worth visiting, and the dolphins are often seen playing in the firth. The city of Elgin is a 10 minute drive, here you will find a good selection of shops, restaurants, supermarkets, a cinema, bowling alley, swimming pool, museum and many points of interest. This is a well equipped comfy caravan with central heating. Linen and towels are provided and beds made up, electricity and gas are all inclusive in the cost of your stay.
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