Boutique style self catering.
These new build eco houses are based on traditional croft house designs. Highly insulated with mechanical heat recovery and ventilation, under-floor heating and wood burning stoves. They each sleep 4 in either super king or twin beds, two s
Beautiful property in a peaceful location. The croft is immaculate throughout and extremely well equipped. A thoughtful welcome package, including free range eggs, butter and bread was provided.
Thank you for your review we are pleased that you enjoyed what we offer and look forward to seeing you again sometime.
Watson & Judy
“Charming Country House”
Reviewed 1 Jul 2017
We enjoyed our holiday in this well appointed cottage built in traditional Scottish style but with all mod cons. The owner added many thoughtful touches such as extra towels and fluffy robes for the … More
Thank you for your review, we are glad that you enjoyed your break. We are happy to accommodate walkers and cyclists by taking them to the many suitable trails around Moray. We hope to see you again some time in the future.
Reviewed 17 Apr 2018
Wonderful place to stay. Croft was exceptional and spotless. Lovely place and hosts went above and beyond. Lots of info on nearby places to go,eat, and drink. Will definately be returning. Thanks a… More
Located 1.5 miles from the stunning Moray Firth coast with its shingle beaches and a golf course offering spectacular views out to sea.
A quiet and peaceful location yet only a 5 minute drive to Fochabers which has a good range of pubs and shops. The larger towns of El
We had a lovely week staying at Chelona cottage. Ian, owner, couldn’t have been more friendlier or helpful, the cottage was superb exactly what it does on the tin - well equipped kitchen and bathroo… More
Glad you all enjoyed your stay at Chelona, and many thanks for the nice review.
“Excellent location, a real 'Home from home'”
Reviewed 20 Dec 2016
Location great for all of Moray. House has all you need, and would have at your own home. We've been a couple of times now and will return again.
Ian keeps in touch and we find him very helpful.… More
Many thanks for your lovely review,look forward to welcoming you all back. Ian
“Fantastic Little Cottage”
Reviewed 2 Sep 2017
It was our first time stopping in this area of Scotland and chose to stay in Chelona cottage. I am glad we did as this is a fantastic little place to stay. It is very cosy, plenty of space for the thr… More
Very many thanks for your review Stuart. Look forward seeing you again next year.
The Lodge is a traditional stone Victorian lodge house nestled at the gates to Duffus House on Duffus Estate. Perfect for couples or small families, this cosy, single story property is the ideal hideaway to escape from it all. This characterful gate lodge boasts a love
This is one of those places that you know for the owners sake you have to tell people about but secretly you want to keep it all to yourself!
Perfect place with a real warm welcome. Warm and cosy wi… More
“Don't think about it,Go”
Reviewed 8 Nov 2016
The Lodge was warm and the lights on when we arrived late at the end of Oct. A very special place in an interesting area. Lots of long beaches, big skies and friendly folk. A wee gem.… More
Thanks for writing a review. I'm pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay. We are very lucky to have such beautiful beaches and countryside on our doorstep. We would be delighted to welcome you back in the future.
“A welcoming cosy cottage”
Reviewed 23 Feb 2016
The lodge is comfortable and has a warm cosy atmosphere. There is a lawned garden and off road parking. It has a well equipped kitchen, including plates etc for garden use. The living rooms and bedro… More
The Gate Lodge is a three star rated accommodation, located at the entrance of the driveway to Kellas House. This Lodge lends itself very well if you require additional bedrooms.
A comfortable lodge offering a large sitting room with (gas) fireplace, dining room, fully
Kellas Estate is situated on 2,500 acres in the North East of Scotland in between Elgin and Forres and near the Highlands. Historically the Moray region has a dry and soft climate, for which it has earned the name of 'Scottish Riviera'. Seasonally changing flora and fau