About the Cottage

Myrtle Cottage is a sun filled fishermans cottage, built about 200 years ago. She was extended in 1889, and now has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a recently renovated Habitat kitchen, and a cosy warm living room, with a wonderful wood burning stove.

Myrtle Cottage living room

Myrtle sleeps six, with one double bedroom and a twin room upstairs, and a twin bedroom on the ground floor, with ensuite shower-room with loo. The main bathroom (bath, toilet) is on the upstairs level.

Twin room, ground floor ensuite

 

She has a washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, fridge, and microwave. The ‘suntrap’ garden has a small lawned area. delightful flower beds, and an outside seating area with barbeque.

Kitchen with Dining table

Myrtle is nestled amongst other similar cottages, in a lane behind the wonderful organic bakery, cafe and village store. The garden is fenced (perfect for a small dog or children), and the front door is accessed through the garden, not from the laneway (great for privacy).

Myrtle Cottage Garden

The Findhorn Foundation, with its organic food shop and yummy cheese counter, as well as the Blue Angel Cafe and the wonderful venue of the Universal Hall, is just a 15 minute walk away.

The deserted beaches on the Bay, or the Moray Firth, are a five to ten minute walk along the lanes.

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