This beautifully built modern property is directly opposite one of the best secluded sandy beaches in Findochty, and has stunning views of the Moray Firth. In the 1800's fishing was conducted from this natural inlet and this is also where the famous painting 'Home With The Tide' was painted by James Clarke Hook, which currently hangs in the Tate Gallery. The house provides the perfect place for relaxation and unwinding. Spend some time wandering through the historic fishing streets and walk along to the marina to watch it's creel and pleasure boats, then amble up to the cliff tops to take in the panoramic views or even a spot of dolphin watching! There are other beaches within easy walking distance and opportunities to be more active with cycling, golfing and sailing nearby.
Cottage in Findochty, Moray, Grampian, Scotland - Peaceful Location A Few Steps From A Secluded Beac
We live in Aberdeenshire and have been holidaying in the area for many years as we have family living nearby. We fell in love with Findochty after spending many family holidays here. Our house is a real home from home for us and we love spending time here. We hope you will enjoy it and Findochty as much as we do.
Why Jacqui chose Buckie
We chose this property for its location as we all love to be beside the sea and you couldn't get much nearer than this! I can watch my kids playing on the beach from the house, they play there in the sun and in the snow! The view is great and I love that it is a very peaceful and calm location which is full of history. It's a great place to re-charge your batteries!
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Perfect cottage for R&R
Fabulous cottage, very well appointed and superb location. We had a great week.
Warm and comfortable seaside cottage
Had a great week on the Moray Coast in a very nicely furnished cottage by the small beach at the Hythe in Findochty. An interesting fishing village near Buckie. Plenty to visit and see. Everyone friendly and accomodating especially to our dog. Can recommend the property to anyone wanting to visit the area.
Comfortable modern cottage with great sea views.
We stayed at the cottage over new year and had a really relaxing enjoyable holiday. We would not hesitate in recommending it to friends and family.
Evelyn & Bob.
The property was perfect for the 5 of us and small dog. Great location with lovely views.
Everything we needed was supplied. Great location to explore all round the area. Would recommend it. We had a great week. Thank you!
The location of the cottage is absolutely perfect, just metres from a small sandy cove. The owner has placed the dining table at the front window and we enjoyed all of our meals looking out to sea...pure bliss. The cottage is modern, spacious and very well equipped with a superb heating and hot water system which was much appreciated. Really couldn't ask for anything more. The owner provided basics for our arrival and also dishwasher tablets, kitchen roll etc which again was much appreciated. We thoroughly enjoyed exploring the local area and once again the cottage location is ideal for visiting many attractions on the Moray coast as well as being on the coastal path. Would definitely recommend this cottage and the owner who was very responsive and provided everything we needed.
Home from Home
We would like to thank Jacqueline for allowing us to stay at The Hythe.
The house was everything that was advertised. Hope to stay there again in the future. Thankyou😊
The property is directly opposite a lovely secluded beach which has picnic benches and a BBQ. There are many other sand and pebble beaches within easy walking distance, the largest being the East Beach, 150m from the property, accessed off Duke Street. There is also The Moray Firth Coastal Trail, a walking network of 470 miles of coastline taking in some of the most spectacular Scottish scenery. A section of The Moray Coastal Cycle Route links Cullen to Portgordon and passes through Findochty.
Both Aberdeen and Inverness Airports are approx 60 miles from Findochty. The nearest train station is in Keith approx 20 mins away. The use of a car is recommended. Findochty is on the Aberdeen to Elgin coastal bus route.
Within walking distance there is a restaurant/bar, post office, mini supermarket with off-licence, pharmacy, hairdresser and children's play park (top of Morven Crescent). Buckie and Cullen are approx 3 miles away in opposite directions. They have shops, supermarkets, restaurants, banks, crafts, swimming pool (Buckie). Elgin is the nearest city, approx half an hour drive, with all the usual amenities.
The Buckie and District Fishing Heritage Museum is worth a visit and they are very welcoming and friendly! Baxters Highland Village in Fochabers, is where you can stock up on local produce, see an original Baxter's shop and sample their delicious food hall. Johnston's of Elgin is a must to purchase beautiful Arran, Fair Isle or Cashmere garments, again with a great restaurant. Macduff Marine Aquarium features marine life from the Moray Firth and you can see the divers hand feed the fish. There are lovely walks at the Fochabers Winding Woods and the Bin Hill, nr Buckie to name but a few. For the kids there are soft play centres in Banff and Lhanbryde, a swimming pool in Buckie and a Leisure Centre in Elgin which has a pool with water slides and an ice rink amongst other things. There is also ten pin bowling and a soft play area at Bowl 2000 in Elgin. For Mountain Bikers - check out the Moray Monster Trails in Fochabers!