Aberdeenshire Coastal Cottage Sea Views
Offering stunning Sea views and unique Harbourside location this Heritage Former Fisherman’s Cottage was named Soundwaves not only because of the sound of the waves outside the windows but because the worldwide hit “Sailing” as sung by Rod Stewart is widely understood to have been composed inside the cottage.
The Cottage enjoys one of the best locations in Gardenstown with un-interrupted sea views from every room. This Moray Firth Shoreside Cottage, recently renovated throughout sleeps 6 to 8 people and is comfortably heated by a mixture of electric storage convector heating; along with two Supplementary solid fuel stoves, perfect for a cosy log fire in the winter. Soundwaves has a large designer kitchen, bathroom with a free standing bath and large walk in shower. A further en suite shower room is available upstairs and has a large lounge. Every room offers stunning views of the Aberdeenshire coast.
This is the perfect union between land and water along the Moray Firth in the Scottish region of the Grampian Highlands where one third of the whole worldwide marine life from Seals and Dolphins to fine Crab and Lobster is said to be preserved.
- Unique Heritage former Fisherman’s Cottage sleeps 6 to 8 people
- Harbourside location with commanding sea views
- Open Plan Lounge Kitchen Diner
- TV / DVD player
- 2 Double Bedrooms, 1 Twin Bedroom, Plus Bed settee
- Family bathroom with Freestanding bath, walk in shower, toilet and Wash/ Hand basin
- Upstairs En-suite Shower room
- Full kitchen facility including Oven / Hob, Fridge / Freezer and Dishwasher
- Sitting Room with Sofa and TV / DVD Player
- 2 Log Burning Stoves
- Electric Storage and Convection heating
- Free Off road parking
- Free WiFi
- Bedding and Towels provided
- Free Local parking
- Up to 2 Well behaved Pets Welcome, Inn village shop Restaurant and Beach 200 yards
- Great place to see the Northern Lights, sample the Whisky trail and some of Scotland’s finest Beaches
Availability – Prices and Online Bookings
Hire charges include all heating, electricity, towels and bedding.
The picturesque coastal village of Gardenstown (known locally as ‘Gamrie’) Gardenstown is easily accessible from Aberdeen along the A947 heading north via Banff or just three and half hours’ drive from the airports of Glasgow (Prestwick and International) along M80. Again from the Scottish capital of Edinburgh via M90 motorway in three hours time.
Gardenstown’s main business is fishing; however, there is a tourist market too, partially due to the many local golf courses. Gardenstown has a pub and Restaurant The Garden Arms Hotel Tel 01261 851260, a bakery, a butchers, a post-office, a small art gallery and a very good fish restaurant (which only seats about 12 people and gets booked up well in advance) The Harbour Restaurant, Gardenstown Tel 01261 851690