McKenzie Cottage is situated in the quiet fishing village of Portknockie and is a traditional detached stone built fisherman's cottage, wonderfully renovated in 2010 to a high standard whilst retaining its original character. It enjoys a village setting within a quaint street and is only a short stroll to the picturesque harbour with its creel and leisure boats. The fully equipped cottage can sleep up to four people.
Ground floor: Entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/dining room, utility room, bathroom with power shower over bath.
First floor: 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, and a large storage cupboard on stair landing.
Features: Gas Central Heating throughout, Freeview Televisions DVD player, Zanussi ceramic hob electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and ironing board.
On street parking; No smoking or pets.
Tariff includes gas, electricity, bed linen and towels, Free WiFi.
The village of Portknockie still retains many of the features and charm of its fishing heritage days. There is a selection of small shops, together with a hotel and Inn within easy walking distance.
The Moray Coastal path passes through Portknockie and is ideal for walkers and cyclists. Following the now dismantled railway line the route passes over the impressive Cullen Viaduct to the East. At Portknockie one can see the famous Bow Fiddle Rock, a natural arch teaming with bird life. To the west the route links with the Speyside Way at Buckie. On a clear day visitors can enjoy views of the distant mountains across the Moray Firth.
There are several golf courses nearby.
The Moray Firth coastline has a mix of cliffs, coves, wide beaches, and pretty villages. Visitors can spot seals and, with luck, enjoy the spectacular sight of a school of dolphins making their way along the coastal waters.