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Luxury Waterfront Retreat

 

ABOUT

Findhorn House is a newly renovated and luxury ground floor three bed apartment, set within a 245 year old townhouse. It’s stunning beach front location means all windows overlook the picturesque tidal bay. Findhorn is a hidden jewel on the Moray coast, famous for its beautiful beaches, big sky’s and laid back village vibe, it’s also a great base to explore the Scottish Highlands.

Refurbished and finished to a high standard, its spacious lounge with wood burning stove and dining area lead off to a contemporary open plan kitchen. Sky Sports/Movies, Disney Plus and WiFi are available.

There are 3 double size bedrooms. 2 have king beds, one of which has an en-suite and dressing room.  The third bedroom has twin beds, all have sea views. Quality Egyptian bedding, embroidered robes, slippers and Scottish fine soap toiletries are provided as standard, as is a weekly welcome pack with wine to help you instantly relax and enjoy your stay.

 
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Local Amenities

Restaurants, cafes, bakeries and pubs within a few minutes walk.

Garden

 

Garden/veranda with arguably the best views of the bay in the village.

Sparkling Clean

 

Always clean, tidy and well maintained.

Free Wifi

 

Free WiFi, Sky TV, Sports, Movies and Disney Plus is provided.

Essentials

Quality bedding, robes and toiletries are provided as standard.

Bath Available

Family bathroom with large bath, shower and ample hot water.

 

GALLERY

Dining area with extra seating.
Dining area with extra seating.
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Oversized sofas to chill on
Oversized sofas to chill on
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Fires on, whiskeys poured...
Fires on, whiskeys poured...
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Writing desk, if you have to work.
Writing desk, if you have to work.
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THE SPACE

Extensively renovated to a high standard with luxury finishes throughout. The spacious open plan lounge and dining area has two fireplaces and five windows, giving lovely views of the bay. There is also a small bar area, a dining table able to seat six people, as well as lots of comfortable seating. There’s also a writing desk, family board games and old school DVDs for you to enjoy. The newly installed quality kitchen with quartz worktops has a large range cooker, American fridge freezer with ice machine, dishwasher, wine fridge, combination microwave and hot water tap.... you might even be tempted to cook! Coffee machine and pods are also provided for your morning cuppa.

 

There is a good size utility room with storage, sink, fridge/freezer, washing and drying facilities and a store for golf club, prams or bikes etc. The kitchen and each bedroom have 40” smart TVs, with the lounge boasting a 55” TV with Sky TV, movies and sports. High chair and children’s crokery and cutlery also provided. All bedrooms have quality Egyptian cotton bedding. Guests (adults and children) have embroidered robes, slippers and chocolates to enjoy. There is a family bathroom with a large bath, shower and ample hot water. Towels are provided as well as Scottish Fine Soaps, hand cream, shampoo, conditioner and shower gel. There is WiFi throughout house.

Please let us know if you would like the fire lit for your arrival, any shopping that you have pre-ordered put away or the house decorated for a special celebration. If we can help with anything to make your stay more enjoyable please just ask, it’s not a bother. Free parking available.

We share the 245 year old, large B listed historic building with Findhorn Yacht Club. As our guests you will have access to use their bar, café, car park and garden. Their large glazed veranda and enclosed garden with seating area have arguably the best views of the bay in the village. The apartment does not have a private garden. Owners also live in another apartment so are on hand if anything is needed. Sorry, no pets allowed. No party’s, events or smoking permitted.

There are also two sea kayaks and life jackets available to guests free of charge.

THINGS TO DO

We are ideally placed in the heart of Findhorn, an idyllic conservation village on the Moray Coast. A few minutes walk takes you to cosy restaurants, bars and coffee shops if you don’t fancy cooking or just want to sit and enjoy the ambiance of our peaceful village life.


The Bakehouse organic café, Kimberly Inn or historic Crown and Anchor Pub with a fully stocked Whiskey Bar and open fire are all very popular. The Captains Table is a friendly waterfront café and bar with a new fish and chip shop, a great spot to watch the amazing sun sets. They also provide numerous boat trips and a 5 minute water taxi service across to Culbin Beach for a picnic where kids big and small can enjoy jumping off the high sand dunes.

Findhorn House shares its historic B listed building with the Royal Yacht Club and as our guests you can enjoy their bar with large glazed veranda, café and enclosed waterside garden.... with arguably the best view of the bay!


A short stroll along the sand takes you to our noisy seal colony, you’ll be amazed how large these creatures are out of the water! You may also be lucky enough to spot one of the resident Dolphins or Ospreys. The peninsula location of the village sees the calm bay water lead out into the Moray Firth providing breath-taking panoramic views from the sand dunes just a short walk behind us, an amazing place to enjoy the sunset or take a morning run on its golden sand.

GETTING AROUND

Findhorn is located in Morayshire, Scotland, renowned for its beautiful beaches, scenery and micro climate, allowing us more sunshine and less rain than many other parts of the UK. The famous Findhorn Foundation is also based here. Scotland has four main airports. Inverness is closest and located 25 miles from us, we are 75 miles from Aberdeen, 165 miles from Edinburgh and 190 miles from Glasgow Airport. The closest train station is less than 5 miles away in Forres, although we advise hiring a car to enjoy everything Scotland has to offer.

Inverness is a good day out shopping, and monster hunting on Loch Ness is always fun. Culloden Battlefield is also en route. The wonderful North Coast 500 driving road trip also starts here. We would recommend a drive through to pretty Hopeman and Lossiemouth, maybe stopping for some lunch or dinner at The Bothy Restaurant or Seafood Café.

There are various Links Golf courses within a 25 mile radius and of course Speyside's famous whiskey trail is close by too. There are numerous Munro’s to climb, beaches and castles to explore and national parks to visit.

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Explore Findhorn Bay

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Speyside Whisky Trail

 

GUEST REVIEWS

Frances & Peter

"Top quality comfortable beds, glamour of a home décor magazine, perfect location in a beautiful village. Couldn't ask for more. Angela and Bryan have worked hard to create unbeatable accommodation in our favourite part of the world."

Gary

"The apartment feels very homely and comfortable and has everything you need for a relaxing family holiday... There are good pubs & restaurants nearby and shops are all within a short walk."

Kirsteen

"I couldn't recommend Findhorn House enough. Go and stay!! It's beautifully presented and in a perfect location right on the water. The house is fantastically well stocked and we were welcomed with the best welcome pack I've ever seen."

Hamish

"We were immediately struck by the style and space of the luxuriously appointed flat and the warmth of Angela's welcome. Drinks were on ice and a generous hamper of local specialities awaited us in the kitchen... The accommodation itself is stunning and spotlessly clean. Plenty of space for a family with thoughtful touches like a Nespresso machine, wine fridge and drying room to make your stay comfortable and convenient."

Health & Safety​

  • Social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply

  • Nearby lake, river, other body of water

  • Carbon monoxide alarm

  • Smoke alarm

House Rules

  • Check-in: After 3:00 PM

  • Checkout: 10:00 AM

  • Self check-in with lockbox

  • No smoking

  • No pets

  • No parties or events