This truly is a hidden corner of Scotland where the pace of life is slow, air refreshing and food delicious, with a good nights sleep assured, these historic self-catering cottages make for the perfect holiday recipe.
Situated 45 miles north west of Aberdeen and 60 miles east of Inverness on the Moray Coast Line, 2 superbly appointed, recently restored self-catering cottages that have been designed with relaxation in mind.
Each self-catering cottage has central heating and double glazing with wood burning stoves. The well-tended grounds and gardens are superb with wonderful views over the valley and ample private parking surrounded by mature trees. The setting is rural yet 1 mile inland from the quaint traditional Scottish fishing village of Whitehills and 3 miles from Banff, a town with some of Scotland's finest examples of 16th and 17th century architecture, which includes Duff House built in 1743 by Robert Adams and now an outstation of The National Galleries of Scotland.
Both cottages are individual in character and decoration and fitted to the highest quality with comfortable furniture and fittings.