A luxury glamping eco pod (sleeps 2) and a 1600’s fisherman’s cottage (sleeps 4) both metres from the sea at Pitullie, near Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire on North East Scotlands Coast.
Door to the Shore is a glamping eco pod in the style of an upturned boat made of larch wood sleeping 2 guests and is located in the hamlet of Pitullie and is set just 2 metres from the sea.
Pew with a View is a historic fisherman's cottage that sleeps 4 and is 5 metres from the sea!
If whisky is your favourite tipple then take a short drive to the Speyside's finest distilleries and enjoy some tasters! Plus these properties are in the ideal location for Artists, Writers, Historians, Hillwalkers and for just sea gazing. Aurora Borealis are common in this location.
"Door to the Shore" is a luxury glamping eco pod has underfloor heating, a wet room, small kitchenette with microwave, kettle and toaster - plus wifi, iphone docking station, wireless phone charger and TV with surround sound. It sleeps 2 in single or double bed which converts to a table with seating during the day. The fire pit outside the pod is the perfect place to roast some marshmallows whilst watching the Northern Lights dance above you!
"Pew with a View" is a circa 1600's Fisherman's cottage sleeps 4, with 1 double bedroom and a comfy sofa bed. There are floor to ceiling windows throughout the property which are perfect for bird watching as well as trying to spot a dolphin, minke whale or seal which frequently pass by the harbour. . A flat-screen TV, satellite TV box, BT TV box and unlimited internet access provide adequate home entertainment. Outside enjoy the views of the rolling waves from the decked area in the garden.
Each property is priced at £120 a night Sunday to Thursday, £150 a night for Friday and Saturday.
Full payment required at time of booking.
Pets welcome in Pew with a View for £30 excess per stay.
Family friendly with secure shorefront garden.
Free unlimited Wifi and onsite parking.
Fraserburgh is renowned for its surfing, kite-surfing and wind-sailing.
On the North East Coast Fraserburgh Beach is an exposed beach and has a point break that has quite consistent surf. Winter and spring are the best times of year to visit. Offshore winds are from the south. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the best swell direction is from the north.
Pitullie is the perfect base in the NE Scotland Its 30 minutes from Trump International Golf Links an outstanding championship links course recently ranked by Golf World magazine as the 4th best out of the top 100 courses in Scotland. https://www.trumpgolfscotland.com/
If you prefer something closer to home, why not talk a short stroll to Rosehearty Golf course which is approximately 1 mile away with a coastal path leaving from the cottage directly to the Golf Course. www.scottishgolfcourses.com or Fraserburgh Golf Course, the seventh oldest links course in the world, established in 1777. www.fraserburghgolfclub.org
Guests have complimentary use of Golf Clubs located in the Boathouse
Misty Angling Trips offer Sea Angling Trips from Fraserburgh Harbour and Buchaness lighthouse the most easterly point in Scotland to Cruden bay Aberdeenshire, taking in the Bullers of Buchan & Slaines castle Draculas castle).
Minimum 4hour Fishing trips all year round weather permitting, Sailing from Fraserburgh North East Scotland in the Wintertime catching Cod, Ling and Coley, and Sailing from Buchanness, Boddam Aberdeenshire throughout the Summer time catching Cod, Ling, Coley and Mackerel.
To book call/text 07921931134
1st Cabs Whisky Tours for a personalised tour of Scotlands greatest distilleries. Contact Thomas on 07774028139. to arrange your personal experience.
Kinnaird Head Castle and the adjacent Wine Tower are two of the best preserved structures of the ancient “nine castles of the knuckle” situated along the Buchan coast. Discover the castle’s unique 450 year story of continual reinvention and survival from castle, to lighthouse, to museum.