A Bed and Breakfast in Moray Firth
- Moray Firth
- 1 x Double
- 1 x Double/Twin
Culgower House is a Victorian farmhouse, built around 1850 and is now a beautifully refurbished family home where we offer warm hospitality. It is ideally placed for exploring the north highlands of Scotland. As well as glorious beaches within walking distance, the area is ideal for walkers, golfers, mountain bikers, fishers and those wishing to explore the history of the highlands. Our bedrooms have been carefully refurbished and styled to reflect the age, character and location of the house. Both have king size beds, sea views, flowers, wireless internet and their own bathrooms with large baths and showers. In addition, one room can operate as a family room and the second can be altered to a twin bedded room. The public rooms have been similarly restored and are kept for the sole use of our guests. Breakfast is served in the dining room and is prepared using as much local produce as possible, including fruit, vegetables and herbs from our garden and eggs from our hens.
- King Size Room
- Guests get own house keys
- Luggage Storage
- Parking on site
- Sitting Room
- Continental Breakfast
- Full Cooked Breakfast
T 01431 821 268
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Type: Double Capacity: 2 + 1* adults 1 child Bathroom: Ensuite In Room: Loth is a large room at the front of the house and looks out over the fields and sea towards the Moray coast. It has a king size bed and a sofa bed is available to turn it into a family room. The sofa bed is 1.2m wide and is suitable either for an adult (to use as a twin room) or for two medium sized children. It has an en-suite bathroom with a large bath and separate shower.
Type: Double/Twin Capacity: 2 adults 1 infant Bathroom: Ensuite In Room: Garty is a large room, at the side of the house, with views over the countryside and sea to the north. It has a super-king size bed which can be separated into twin beds if you prefer. The room has a large en-suite bathroom with a deep bath and separate shower.
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The Private House Stay's Guide
The Moray Firth is the area of the North Sea that is bordered in a big V between the North facing shoreline above Fraserburgh, Elgin and Nairn and the South-east facing coastline that stretches up to the most Northern point of the Scottish mainland at John O'Groats passing through Tain, Helmsdale and Wick. It is particularly famous for its coastline walks and the abundance of bird-life and sea-life in the Firth. The coastline is also dotted with Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Pictish ruins but also unfortunately with frequent noise from jet fighters that operate from RAF Lossiemouth.