Converted Grade B Listed former stables and coach-house; The Owl (sleeping 4+2) and The Swallow (sleeping 2+2).
** FREE WiFi included in both cottages
Maybe you're planning a romantic break, or an action-packed holiday with the kids, or simply taking some time out for a well earned bit of peace and quiet.
Whatever your requirements, short break or long term stay at all times of the year, we hope either of our cottages The Owl or The Swallow can provide what you're looking for.
Our standards are high, each cottage provides the same first class self-catering accommodation all on ground level. Each cottage is furnished and equipped to the highest standard to provide a relaxing holiday environment in a tranquil rural location, yet less than a mile from the sea.
A well-behaved dog is welcome subject to prior arrangement.
Parents can relax knowing that the large lawns and walled garden provide a safe open space for children to play.
Built around a private gravelled courtyard within the lightly wooded grounds of a fine Grade B Listed Regency Buchan former Manse dating circa.1828 the former stables and coach house have been sympathetically converted to provide two spacious and tastefully appointed self catering holiday cottages.
Each cottage is double glazed, centrally heated, and complemented in the main sitting room with a glass fronted feature cast iron multi-fuel stove.
In the main bedroom you have the choice of two single beds or a 6ft wide super-king.
All accommodation is ground level.
Short notice weekend breaks available subject to availability, please contact us to request details.
Come and stay in this beautiful area of Scotland and be prepared to be enchanted by the rolling countryside, explore local deserted wave washed beaches and enjoy the hospitality of local towns and villages like Pennan, Crovie, Portsoy and Gardenstown.
Whilst spending time at Gamrie Lodge the area provides a multitude of activities including golf, riding, fishing, cycling and walking.
For those looking for less energetic experiences, why not explore the plentiful supply of dramatic ruins and historic buildings or seek out the many other idyllic places to slow down, rest, and take it easy with a book, sketch pad or easel.