Nae View Cottage


Beautiful whimsical cottage with enchanting walled garden in central Keith AB55

Preferred Bookings

Friday 3pm to Monday 11am
Monday 3pm to Friday 11am

Minimum stay of 3 nights
Other days by request

Nae View Cottage is a quaint and quirky traditional stone cottage in a perfect central location in Keith.

Walk to the local shops, pubs, restaurants and other attractions including the oldest working whisky distillery in the Highlands; StrathIsla.

The perfect holiday base to explore the stunning North East of Scotland; StrathIsla, StrathSpey and the wonderful seascapes of the Moray Firth coastline. The cottage is also ideal accommodation for business travellers working or visiting the local area.

In addition to 1 x double bed (upstairs) and 1 x double sleeper couch (downstairs in the lounge), the cottage is equipped with a full size single bed plus a toddler’s bed, as well as a fold up cot and highchair. All bed linen and towels are supplied.

Nae View Cottage is a charming historical stone cottage approx. 150 years old. Due to the original character of this old Scottish wee house (low ceilings and smaller spaces) the accommodation will not suit overly tall or wide individuals.

The two bedrooms are located in the attic roof space and have sloped ceilings (please see photographs) and the bathroom is equipped with what must be one of the smallest baths in the world but there is a great shower.

13 steep steps take you up and down from the ground floor to the sleeping space in the roof. The sleeper couch (double) with luxury mattress topper is located in the ground floor lounge.

The cottage has a very nice private walled garden with mature trees and shrubs, outside table and chairs, instant gas BBQ and coloured night lightning.

The cottage also has free WiFi, normal TV viewing plus NetFlix and lots of nearby free parking.

The Local Area

The town of Keith has five local Distilleries featured on the world famous Whisky Trail as well as a good selection of independent shops, restaurants and pubs which are all just a few minutes walk from the cottage.

Mid Street is home to Mither Tongue a unique shop celebrating the Scots language, as well as the Keith Kilt & Textile Centre – a one of a kind place which teaches students how to make kilts the old traditional way; entirely by hand.

During the months of April – September the local Heritage Railway Club runs vintage trains from the old station in Keith to Dufftown and back as a unique Whisky Tour.

There are various established walks around the town of Keith, including the lovely Falls of Tarnash in DunnyDuff Woods.

Other nearby outdoor activities include: golf, bowling, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, off road driving, quad biking and archery.

The Moray Firth coastline (approx. 12 miles to Buckie) features stunning seascapes, numerous picturesque fishing villages, historic harbours and many beautiful beaches.

The cottage is the perfect base to explore the North East of Scotland; the Malt Whisky Trail, the Castle Trail, the NorthEast250 Route and Speyside Way.

Getting Here

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