VICTORIA COTTAGE
12 Victoria Street, Portknockie, Moray, AB56 4LQ
A holiday cottage in Portknockie, Moray
Sleeps: 4.
Cot available.
Up to 2 well behaved dogs welcome.
No smoking.

Low Season £325 pw.
Spring Autumn & Festive Season £450 pw.
Peak Season £525 pw.
£90 per night for weekend breaks.

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The Cottage sits high above the small sheltered harbour and overlooks the panoramic view of the Moray Firth. It is within walking distance of the centre of the village and is handy for the local village shop, pharmacy and chip shop and hotels.

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  • The Cottage is completely detached and sits cosily in its own grounds with its own drying area, paths and also a patio where one can sit out and enjoy the sea breeze and have a BBQ.
  • The cosy family accommodation comprises 2 double beds, 2 single beds.
  • The TV family room has a multi fuel burning stove, dining table and chairs and also houses the sofa bed.
  • The kitchen has a large double range gas cooker with twin electric grill sand ovens, washing machine and a large fridge freezer. The gas central heating boiler is also housed in a cupboard in the kitchen.
  • The bathroom has a walk in shower and a jaccussi bath where one can relax after a long day on nearby Cullen beach or indeed boating or fishing in the sea.
  


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VICTORIA COTTAGE
12 Victoria Street, Portknockie, Moray, AB56 4LQ

Sleeps: 4.
Cot available.
Up to 2 well behaved dogs welcome.
No smoking.

Low Season £325 pw.
Spring Autumn & Festive Season £450 pw.
Peak Season £525 pw.
£90 per night for weekend breaks.

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For further details:

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The Cottage sits high above the small sheltered harbour and overlooks the panoramic view of the Moray Firth. It is within walking distance of the centre of the village and is handy for the local village shop, pharmacy and chip shop and hotels.

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