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Holiday Cottage Aberdeenshire
at Craighill Cottage is newly converted from the original croft steading which was built over 100 years ago. This Holiday Cottage Aberdeenshire comprises one main bedroom with four poster bed plus ‘gallery’, lounge/kitchen, spacious shower room and conservatory. The main structure is sandstone under a slate roof. There is ample off road parking with room for horse boxes. This Aberdeenshire holiday cottage is heated by log burner and convection heating. Craighill cottage is Wifi enabled and there is a television with satellite channels
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This lovely Holiday Cottage Aberdeenshireis set in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire two miles south of the main market town of Turriff. The croft stands in around 10 acres of land, mostly laid to grass, but with areas of tracked woodland for riding and other recreational activities, a fenced Menage with jumps, stables and private garden. Stabling/Livery is also available for your own mount for a reasonable additional charge.
The croft, on the Castle Trail and in Whisky Country, lies about 18 miles from Huntly and the main A96 Aberdeen to Inverness trunk route and 10 miles south of historic Royal Burgh of Banff on the Moray coast.
In addition to the domestic animals (goats, sheep, ponies, dog, cats & chickens) the grounds are visited regularly by a variety of wildlife including; pheasant, sparrow, robin, mallard, woodpecker several species of finch - and deer. Geese and highland cattle graze adjacent land and man made loch, making this an idyllic holiday cottage Aberdeenshire.
This holiday cottage Aberdeenshire croft is owned and operated by Phil (a Medic) and Julia (an Accountant) as a way of utilising an underused steading. The ponies are Julia’s passion and she has served as Chairman of Strathisla Riding Club and a local branch of RDA. Come share the idyll!'
To rent this holiday cottage Aberdeenshire please telephone 01888 560583 or visit the website
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Self Catering Cottages
Aberdeen Self Catering
Aberdeen Self Catering
has five apartments for short term let in Aberdeen which includes 2 three bedroom apartments which sleep six and 3 two bedroom apartments which sleep four.
All apartments are fully equipped and have off street parking. These Aberdeen self catering accommodation can be found in Cults and Peterculter which are about a ten minute drive from Aberdeen City Centre and are at the gateway to Royal Deeside. Both buildings are equally charming with one being a listed building and the other made from tradition granite. Facilities in these Aberdeen self catering accommodation include a fully fitted dining kitchen, television with video and DVD player and a fully fitted bathroom with shower.
For more information or to book Aberdeen Self Catering accommodation visit www.aberdeenselfcatering.co.uk or telephone Joy and Jim Allison on (01224) 867992 or 07754665462 or 07528216654.
A Gardenstown Cottage
available to rent is the Mitchell's Holiday Cottage, a traditional and charming traditional stone built 19th century fisherman's cottage. This Gardenstown Cottage has an open fire in the living room. It has three bedrooms and can provide accommodation for up to six people with two king sized beds, one single bed and a fold down bed.
Mitchell's Holiday Cottage was refurbished in early 2008 and has provides a welcoming home from home for those coming to coastal Aberdeenshire to enjoy a cosy and romantic stay at a Scottish holiday cottage. It also provides an ideal family rent a holiday cottage holiday in Aberdeenshire.
Two of the bedrooms in this Gardenstown cottage have sea views of the North Sea and the cottage is located in a peaceful area of Gardenstown making this an ideal retreat but with easy access to areas of the Shire.
Nearby stunning locations to Gardenstown, or Gamrie as it is known locally, include Pennan
where the movie Local Hero was filmed and is famed for its stunning scenery and harbour. Gardenstown itself is no stranger to film cameras. The reality TV series The Baron of Troup
was filmed in Gardenstown with scenes of the red sandstone cliffs, the beach and fishermen cottages. Many locals appeared in the series and this included a behind the scenes look of the butchers, the traditional Scottish bakery and the local pub The Garden Arms. All can be visited by guests to this Scottish holiday cottage.
Aberdeen City is about fifty minutes drive away through the picturesque Aberdeenshire countryside.
The owners of Mitchell's Holiday Cottage, Mitchell and Karen Bell, provide a free welcome pack for their guests. This includes coal, firelighters, tea, coffee and a bottle of wine. Bed linen and towels are included. The cottage is double glazed and central heating is installed making this Scottish holiday cottage suitable for winter breaks. There are parking spaces available.
Mitchell's Holiday Cottage is a pet friendly self catering holiday home and one well behaved dog is welcomed.
There are no disabled access but the bathroom has a shower and bath and the kitchen is of modern design with a ceramic hob free standing cooker, Bosch dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier. This is particularly useful for those enjoying the many walks around the coastline. Facilities include a television, DVD player and ipod dock. Rent this holiday cottage in Aberdeenshire or view more photographs or read more information at the Mitchell's Holiday Cottage at www.scottishholidaycottage.net
is a 100 year old cottage in the quiet village of Inverallochy which is a pleasant 3 mile drive from the fishing town of Fraserburgh. Fisherman's Cottage has one double and one twin room, with a dining kitchen lounge and shower room. Fisherman's Cottage has gas central heating and views over the North Sea from the large velux window in the main bedroom ,as well as having a sea view from the kitchen window.
Other facilities within Fisherman's Cottage include an electric cooker, microwave, refrigerator and TVs in both the lounge and dining kitchen. The owners have generously provided many DVDs, videos and reading materials as well as a portfolio of places to eat and visit. The cottage is equipped with a cot and highchair and the owners accept one dog to stay at Fisherman's Cottage.
This rent a holiday cottage in Aberdeenshire is ideally situated for visiting the Castles
and whisky trails
and is ideal for walking and cycling. In the adjacent village of Cairnbulg is a sailing pontoon for anyone wishing to berth their boat or yacht. At the end of the street is Maggie's Hoosie
-a top listed AboutAberdeen tourist attraction, showing the home life of sailors and their families in past years. This is a guided tour for a minimal charge.
The village golf club is at the end of the road and 3 miles away is Fraserburgh Golf Club. Aberdeen. with its beautiful beaches and architecture is 40 miles away while to the west are the quaint fishing villages and towns of Whitehills, Cullen, Gardenstown, Pennan
(set for the 'Local Hero'). Macduff and Banff are interesting towns with the local farmers market being held in Macduff once a month. Availability for this self catering cottage can be checked on the website www.dales-holiday-cottages.com or by contacting Dales Holiday Cottages on 01756790919.
are two self catering cottages at Turriff in Aberdeenshire which are characteristically built from red sandstone from the local quarry. Each holiday cottage Aberdeenshire were originally the barns of part of a working farm. Guests at Nettle Cottages can enjoy stunning rural views whilst still gaining easy access to Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire tourist attractions.
Nettle Cottages are self catering cottages with facilities that include a well equipped kitchen and dining area, wood burning stove, BBQ, shower, bath, etc. This holiday cottage Aberdeenshire welcomes pets and is rated 4 star.
For more information about nettle self catering cottages please visit
East Toll Cottage Aboyne
East Toll family cottage is located in the heart of Aberdeenshire in the tranquil Royal Deeside. The City of Aberdeen is a pleasant 30 minutes drive away. Local attractions include Braemar Castle
, Crathes Castle
and Crathie Church
The East Toll cottage has two bedrooms and the cottage is available to rent between the months of March and October.
The cottage is steeped in Scottish history and dates back to 1790. It was originally a Toll House where visitors to Aboyne would have to pay a charge to enter the area. The East Toll House is a Grade B listed building.
Guest facilities include:
- Sitting room with television and coal effect electric fire
- Double bedroom with double bed
- Another double bedroom with two single beds
- Modern kitchen that is fitted with Schreiber units, fridge, cooker and microwave
- Family bathroom with an integrated shower over the bath
- Sun porch
- Private walled gardens
- Night storage heaters
- Bed linen and towels are included
- Car Parking
Bookings can be reserved by using the contact address details:
Mrs Wilma Milne
Home page: www.easttoll.co.uk - an e-mail address is available at the website and a brochure can be downloaded.
Self Catering Cottages Scotland
The Self Catering Cottages Scotland
website has details of self catering Scotland luxury holiday cottages in Scotland which sleep from 3 to 12 people and are available for short breaks.
Most of the self catering Scotland holiday cottages are within range of distilleries, castles, lochs and areas to go hill walking. They not only include cottages but also a traditional Scottish bothy, a flat and an apartment. Scottish areas with cottages to rent include Glenlivet, Inverness, Aviemore in Grampian, Ullapool, Edinburgh and Blairgowrie in Perthshire.
Facilities vary between each self catering cottage but can include en-suite bathroom, shower, bath, washing machine, dryer, dish washer, TV often with satellite or free view, DVD player, Wi-Fi, fridge, freezer, microwave, etc.
For more information and to check the availability of the self catering cottages Scotland accommodation please visit www.selfcatering-scotland.net
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