Braehead Croft is in Portessie, a traditional fishing village that sits on the edge of the Moray Firth coast. If it's dramatic, unadulterated nature and landscape that you want Portessie is a great spot to rent a holiday home.
Braehead Croft has been recently renovated and now has all mod cons. It's a detached stone croft building located in Portessie itself and has glorious views of the rugged landscapes from most of the windows. The property is all on the ground floor and has 3 double bedrooms, 2 of which have en-suite bathrooms with showers. There's another bathroom with a bath, a large open plan living/dining/sitting area and a country style kitchen with wooden units and all the appliances necessary to cook up some tasty meals preferably using some of the incredible local produce that this region is famous for. Note: This property does not accept worker bookings.
All ground floor.
Three double bedrooms (two with en-suite shower, basin and WC, one with LCD TV). Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Spacious open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with living flame gas fire.
Local area around Portessie
The attractive old villages of Gardenstown and Pennan are also nearby, as is Cullen, which has one Scotland's largest beaches. Within easy reach of this accommodation, Cullen is a popular destination with families because of its massive beach but also because there's plenty of nature spotting to enjoy. If there's a bird watcher in the family then they'll be pleased to know that the RSPB Reserve in Spey is also in the area. The Moray Firth is also a top place for spotting bottle-nosed dolphins and there are regular dolphin spotting boat excursions on offer throughout the day.