Originally an old net store, for the once thriving
fishing village, this self-catering holiday accommodation
has been fully restored to a high standard. The
open plan design, which has one en-suite bedroom,
is ideally suited to a couple looking for a peaceful
getaway at an affordable price or a short break
by the sea.
Gardenstown, locally known as Gamrie, was built
into the old red sandstone cliffs. This traditional
fishing village has much to explore - walks, heritage,
arts and crafts, to name but a few. Together with
the adjacent villages of Crovie and Pennan, it has
proved to be a sought after film and TV location
due to it’s natural beauty and heritage. It
is also in close proximity to a number of great
visitor attractions, golf clubs, whisky trail and
The village itself has a pub, shop, restaurant and
art/craft gallery with tearoom. For those who want
to stay in touch with the outside - free WIFI is
available in the cottage.
Many visitors return to the village year after year
to experience the wonderful sunsets, friendly local
community and little peace away from a mad, mad,
Cottage Gardenstown, offers the best of North East
Scotland’s coast and country. Situated on
the Moray Firth coastline, it boasts amazing views
out to sea from the delightful harbour and beach.
You may catch a glimpse of the dolphins, that often
swim in the bay, being just one species of the abundance
of wildlife the area is inhabited by.