The cottage is situated in a small ancient quiet Fishing Village, approximately 50 yards from the harbour and is only a few minutes from Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire,. Recently refurbished and extended to a nice standard, with modern interior.
We bought No 7 Mid Street,
The cottage is situated in a small ancient quiet Fishing Village, 50 yards from the harbour and is only a few minutes from Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire,. Recently refurbished and extended to a high standard, it's an old fishermans cottage, which has been totally renovate
Third visit for myself and family. Excellent location to see the North East of Scotland. Creel cottage has everything to make your stay home away from home. All involved in the cottage are more than w… More
Hi Christine, many thanks for your really kind review. This means a lot to us.
At a glance
Pets allowed: No
Towels & Linen included
Windyheads cottage is situated approximately 4.5 km (as the crow flies) inland of Aberdeenshire’s North coastline. This 19th century farm cottage offers excellent accommodation in
I simply cannot think of one single negative thing to say about our trip to Windyheads Cottage!!
Truly wonderful owner Graeme with great communication who was more than accommodating with every que… More
Thank you so much for your review. We look forward to welcoming you again soon
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