Fishers Cottage in Findhorn MorayshireFISHERS COTTAGE
4 Findhorn,
By Forres,
Moray,
Scotland

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Sleeps: 2.
Pets by prior agreement only.
No smoking.

Low: £395 pw.
High: £450 pw.


 
For further details please contact:

Mrs Caroline Baylis
Tel: 01684 833324
Mobiles: 07974 209948  or  07815 958821
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
29 Apr, 6 May, 13 May, 20 May


 Fishers  is a charming fisherman's cottage forming part of the old salmon fisheries buildings on the waterfront of Findhorn Bay on the Moray Firth. A grade 'B' listed building, within the conservation area of historic Findhorn Village, the cottage has been lovingly restored and comfortably furnished to provide a great getaway for a couple in a stunning seaside location.

Newly refurbished (2016) the interior features wood panelled walls and stripped pine floors. Fishers Cottage is ideal for a couple and has its own separate enclosed patio garden.

Guest accommodation:  
  • Open plan sitting/dining room and kitchen; there is a wood burning stove (logs provided), TV, CD player/DAB radio. The kitchen is fully equipped including a washing machine and microwave.
  • Double bedroom with direct access to the patio garden.
  • Separate bathroom with bath and electric shower over.
Domestic information:  
  • The cottage is let by the week, Saturday to Saturday.
  • Bed linen is provided but we ask guests to provide their own towels.
  • Unlimited WiFi.
  • Metered electricity is extra.
  • Off road car parking (at your own risk) is available in the 4 Findhorn Residents parking area, next to the Dinghy Park, about 75 metres walk along the seafront.
  • We are sorry but there is no disabled access and Smoking is not allowed inside the cottage.
  • Pets by prior agreement only.

Local Amenities:  
  • Once a busy fishing port, Findhorn village is now an ideal holiday location with miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, sailing and water sports in the sheltered horseshoe bay, and an ever changing vista over the Bay and nature reserve.
  • The village has two pubs, the Kimberley and the Crown and Anchor, the Bakehouse Cafe (artisan bakery), a seasonal fish and chipper and a well stocked village shop and Post Office. The Royal Findhorn Yacht Club whose Piers Cafe is open to the public is next door to the old salmon fisheries buildings. The Captain's Table Cafe is at Findhorn Marina where a range of watersports, RYA training and chandlery are available.
  • The world renowned Findhorn Foundation and Eco Village (including the Universal Hall venue, Moray Arts Centre, Phoenix Shop and Blue Angel Cafe) is less than a mile distant.
  • Within half an hour's drive there are attractions catering for all tastes; sites of historic interest including Cawdor Castle, Fort George and the battlefield at Culloden; distilleries in Forres and on Speyside; and some exceptionally fine links golf courses at nearby Nairn.

  
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
29 Apr, 6 May, 13 May, 20 May



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FISHERS COTTAGE
4 Findhorn,
By Forres,
Moray,
Scotland

_______________
 
Sleeps: 2.
Pets by prior agreement only.
No smoking.

Low: £395 pw.
High: £450 pw.

 
For further details please contact:

Mrs Caroline Baylis
Tel: 01684 833324
Mobiles: 07974 209948  or  07815 958821
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
29 Apr, 6 May, 13 May, 20 May
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Fishers  is a charming fisherman's cottage forming part of the old salmon fisheries buildings on the waterfront of Findhorn Bay on the Moray Firth. A grade 'B' listed building, within the conservation area of historic Findhorn Village, the cottage has been lovingly restored and comfortably furnished to provide a great getaway for a couple in a stunning seaside location.

Newly refurbished (2016) the interior features wood panelled walls and stripped pine floors. Fishers Cottage is ideal for a couple and has its own separate enclosed patio garden.





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