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Relax in the comfy Lounge to watch TV
Enjoy a cosy evening by the woodburner
Relax by the Wood Burner
Beautiful Cullen beach within walking distance
Cook up an evening meal in tthe lovely stylish kitchen
Perfect dining area to enjoy your meals
Bedroom accessed via the narrow staircase
Bathroom
Double bedroom on the first floor
Double bedroom on the first floor
View to the property
View towards Cullen
Overlooking the bay
Play a round of golf at the local golf course
View towards the property
1 / 15  Relax in the comfy Lounge to watch TV
2 / 15  Enjoy a cosy evening by the woodburner
3 / 15  Relax by the Wood Burner
4 / 15  Beautiful Cullen beach within walking distance
5 / 15  Cook up an evening meal in tthe lovely stylish kitchen
6 / 15  Perfect dining area to enjoy your meals
7 / 15  Bedroom accessed via the narrow staircase
8 / 15  Bathroom
9 / 15  Double bedroom on the first floor
10 / 15  Double bedroom on the first floor
11 / 15  View to the property
12 / 15  View towards Cullen
13 / 15  Overlooking the bay
14 / 15  Play a round of golf at the local golf course
15 / 15  View towards the property

Sea Neuk

Cullen, Moray
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Romantic
Quirky
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
13 more

At a glance

  • Traditional refurbished fisherman’s cottage which retains many period features and charm
  • Perfect romantic hideaway for a couple in a picturesque seatown on the Moray Firth Coast
  • Situated directly by the sea where you can stroll along the beautiful sandy the beach
  • Ideal base for cycling, walking and hiking with fantastic walks along the scenic coastline
  • Take in the panoramic views over the Seatown and Cullen bay from the view point at Castle hill
  • Do not leave without trying the local delicacy Cullen Skink a delicious fish soup at the Cullen Bay Hotel
Property code: 43628

Charming cosy romantic retreat, close to the sea shore. This stylish detached cottage, nestled in a peaceful private setting benefiting from sea views from the side garden, within a short stroll to a beautiful sandy beach

This former fisherman’s cottage is set in the heart of the coastal town of Cullen, steps from the shore. It’s just the place for a romantic getaway, whether the waves thunder or the sea twinkles.

Nestled in the Seatown area among other houses from the original fishing settlement, this cottage has been refurbished with a modern style yet retains many delightful period features such as the deep-set windows, rustic doors, and beamed ceilings. The comfortable lounge area has a cosy wood burner and a great rocking chair perfect for curling into with a magazine as well as sofas and armchairs. There’s a dining table that connects the living space to the sleek galley kitchen where an electric oven and hob plus microwave and dishwasher makes eating in a pleasure, with plenty of counter space too. The smart white-tiled bathroom is downstairs off the entrance hallway and has a shower over the bath. Stairs lead from the living room up to a lovely double bedroom in the eaves with windows on both sides. Wake up to the sound of the waves washing onto the sand and the seagulls calling, before taking breakfast outside in the small side garden with views out over Cullen Bay.

  • 1 double bedroom on first floor with sloping ceiling
  • Bathroom with shower-over-bath and WC
  • Kitchen: with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Lounge: with TV and woodburner (first basket of loges included)
  • Dining area with table and chairs
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Towels, bedlinen, electric and heating included
  • Hairdryer available
  • Regret no pets
  • Road side parking available
  • Small side garden with seating
  • Beach, shops and pubs all within walking distance
  • Arrival: 4pm

The house is less than 50 metres from sandy Cullen Beach, and it's a few metres along to the harbour for boat trips into the bay, and a variety of water sports. The village centre is 400 metres around the corner from the house with a range of shops and cafes where you can sample the tasty local delicacy Cullen Skink – a potato and smoked haddock creamy soup that the village has become famous for. Cullen Golf course is half a mile along the coast path, and you can continue along the grassy path right to the impressive Fiddler's Bow Rock on the headland. For a change of scene, return back via pretty Portknockie village and follow the disused railway line back to Cullen over the towering viaduct with spectacular views over the village, sea and to Bin of Cullen. Look out for the famous Moray Firth dolphins which are regular visitors to the bay. Any keen hikers wishing to conquer the hill can walk straight from the house to the summit, which is about an 8-mile round trip, or park up near the top and climb up and back down in about 3.5 miles. Don't miss a stop at the Cullen Bay Hotel on the way back, for a bowl of soup, or a well-deserved pint with more amazing sea views.

This property is personally managed by Fiona.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.9
Overall comfort
4.5
Overall location
4.9

Reviewed by Ken 27th July 2019

lovely cottage in a great location. would not be suitable for mobility restricted people as stairs to bedroom are steep and narrow but we found it an excellent home from home.

Reviewed by Janet 15th June 2019

Cottage is in a lovely location over looking the Harbour. Cottage is home from home everything you need is there with a few extras that were appreciated. Cottage is well kept and clean.

Reviewed by Karyn 18th May 2019

We had a delightful stay at Sea Neuk. Very clean and comfortable. The bed was super comfortable and at night we drifted off to sleep to the sound of the sea crashing against the harbour wall. A very special place to spend our 25th Wedding Anniversary. Highly recommended, thank you to our hosts for the lovely welcome gifts as well.

Reviewed by Lee 1st March 2019

Place was lovely

Reviewed by Nichola 11th January 2019

Lovely little cottage, had a great weekend away, will be coming back thats for sure

3 more
Relax in the comfy Lounge to watch TV
Enjoy a cosy evening by the woodburner
Relax by the Wood Burner
Beautiful Cullen beach within walking distance
Cook up an evening meal in tthe lovely stylish kitchen
Perfect dining area to enjoy your meals
Bedroom accessed via the narrow staircase
Bathroom
Double bedroom on the first floor
Double bedroom on the first floor
View to the property
Show 3 moreView towards Cullen

Location

Map
Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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