Tel: 00 44 (0)1261 843386
Mobile: 00 44 (0)7717 220018
Reasons to Choose Us
- Well equipped, with modern facilities
- Still with loads of character!
- Spotlessly clean
- New kitchen and bathroom
- Friendly service
- Prompt replies to email enquiries
- Great location
- We think we're the best!!!!
- (We love staying here anyway!)
- You see the sea in 2 opposite directions when you step out the front door!
- Walking Distance To Coast
Stepping out the front door, you see the sea in either direction. 100m down to the right there are pools along the rocky shore. To the left there's the harbour, and miles of sand at Roseisle Beach.
- Pets Welcome
- Families Welcome
- Not Suitable for Limited Mobility
Appreciate The Unspoilt Beauty Of This Lovely Area From Your 'home From Home' By The Sea!
Main BedroomKing size double bed, with crisp Egyptian cotton sheets, All Seasons hypoallergenic duvets and quality Dorma duvet covers.
Twin BedroomTwin beds, again with Egyptian cotton sheets, all-season down duvets, and Dorma duvet covers. Space for a camp bed or cot for those travelling with larger/young families.
The all new Bathroom has the added luxury of a separate bath and shower.
Lounge / Dining / KitchenA bright, spacious lounge, with a dining table and seating for up to 6 people, and an open plan modern kitchen containing everything we could think of to make this a real home from home!
Separate Living RoomAnother bright room with a second tv, 2 settees, gas stove to keep the room cosy on those cold winter nights and a door out to the garden.
The cottage has the following facilities: Electric double oven with induction hob, Microwave, Fridge Freezer, Dishwasher, Washing machine, tumble drier. WIFI enabled. Radio, CD player, TV and DVD player and Ipod docking station.
The small enclosed garden can be a bit of a sun trap and is very sheltered - perfect for a summer evening's barbeque!
Burghead itself is situated on a promontory or peninsular, jutting out into the Moray Firth. The village is self contained, with three pubs within easy walking distance, all serving delicious local fish and chips (amongst other choices!), and other basic amenities including a small corner shop and newsagents. Recently opened, but already a firm favourite is a coffee and gift shop, The Bothy, which is well worth a visit.
Moray Firth Bottlenose DolphinsThe Moray Firth contains a resident population of Bottlenose dolphins in excess of 140 animals, the largest such population in the North Sea. There are also large numbers of both Common and Grey seals, harbour porpoises and some great marine bird watching opportunities. Take a boat trip to get up close! One of our recent guests saw them near the harbour area on no less than 6 different occasions in a single week, tho' I have never been that lucky
Whisky! Whisky! Whisky!Speyside has the greatest concentration of distilleries anywhere in the world! Follow the Malt Whisky trail to discover some amazing single malts! Slainte!
Arriving By Car: Burghead and the Pictish Fort are signed off the A96. Coming into Burghead, on Grant Street, drive almost to the end, then turn right into Church Street, and the cottage is immediately on your right, with a bright red door, number 5. IV30 5XH.
Arriving By Train: Nearest station is Elgin, either via Aberdeen or Inverness. Short walk to the bus station to connect with the 331 bus which stops virtually outside the front door!
Arriving By Bus/Coach: The 331 bus from Elgin / Lossiemouth stops virtually outside the front door!
Nearest Airport: Nearest airports are Aberdeen or Inverness
Short Break: £180-£300
Minimum of 3 nights in off peak period only
2017 Prices from £325-£575 per week (Saturday-Saturday)
Inclusive of all Linen, Towels, Oil & Electric and a welcome pack
Supplement of £10 per dog.