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Harbour View
Harbour Road
Gardenstown
Banff
AB45 3YS

1 cottage
1 bedroom
sleeps 2

website:  www.gardenstown.com

open:  All Year

no smoking   no smoking

Harbour View

type: Self Catering

tariff :
(per week)

minimum stay:

£250.00 - £295.00
 

2 nights

location:  view map
 


 

Harbour Cottage, Gardenstown, offers the best of North East Scotland's coast and country. Situated on the Moray Firth coastline, it boasts amazing views out to sea from the delightful harbour and beach.

The downstairs is open plan with kitchen and lounge. The kitchen has cooker and washing machine. The lounge has a TV, with Freeview, DVD player, stereo and a selection of CDs and books. There is a spiral stair leading to the upper floor.

There is a bedroom with double bed (linen provided) and bathroom off. The bathroom has a corner bath and separate shower with WC and basin.

A travel cot or single fold away bed can be arranged for children. Please enquire prior to booking.

Gardenstown, locally known as Gamrie, was built into the old red sandstone cliffs. This traditional fishing village has much to explore - walks, heritage, arts and crafts, to name but a few. Together with the adjacent villages of Crovie and Pennan, it has proved to be a sought after film and TV location due to its natural beauty and heritage. It is also in close proximity to a number of great visitor attractions, golf clubs, whisky trail and much more.

The village itself has a pub, shop, restaurant and art/craft gallery with tearoom. For those who want to stay in touch with the outside - free WIFI is available in the cottage.
 

contact: 

Sue Scarrott
Harbour Cottage
Harbour Road, Gardenstown
Banff
Aberdeenshire
AB45 3YS

tel: 01261 851914
email: enquiries@gardenstown.com
 

 
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