Public Bar, Bed & Breakfast facilities. Outside bars catered for. All rooms with tea/coffee facilities and flat screen/DVD players. Bar shows Sky Sports.
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On the coast between Cullen and Sandend the ruins of Findlater Castle are perched on a tiny peninsula which sticks out into the North Sea, with a sheer drop of more than fifty feet to the rocks and sea below. The name originates from the place Findlater, first recorded in the Exchequer Rolls in 1246. […]
4 Star Luxury Boutique Hotel with 15 en-suite Bedrooms, 3 Suites along with our beautifully designed Self-catering Homes. We also offer a unique dining experience in our formal Grant Dining Room as well as our Bar 19 Bistro Bar using the finest quality of locally sourced ingredients. Or simply relax in our Findlater Lounge choosing […]
Coorie Cottage is new to Cullen for 2020 Book 7 nights and get 10% off Originally 2 cottages converted into 1 spacious detached cottage centrally situated in Cullen close to the shops, harbour and beach. Coorie Cottage is a charming space to enjoy your stay in Cullen. Coorie Cottage accommodation is over 2 floors. Downstairs […]
This friendly family run park offers the very highest standards of accommodation along with the advantage of its location in one of the most remarkable coastal town, with panoramic views overlooking the Moray Firth. Discover exciting coastlines, dramatic clifftops and panoramic views over the sandy beaches of Cullen Bay and the Moray Firth. Our friendly […]
2 Fisherman’s Cottages, located near to harbour and beach. Both cottages have been fully refurbished giving you all the modern requirements in a traditional package.
Hill Crest Holiday Cottage is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom traditional self-catering cottage which comfortably sleeps 6 located in the charming seaside village of Cullen. The cottage is in a fabulous clifftop location with unobstructed views overlooking Cullen Bay. The cottage has the added benefit of a large decked area, gazebo and picnic area in […]
With its marvelous landscapes from rugged cliffs, caves and sheltered coves to fisher town harbours and sweeping stretches of sandy beaches, Moray has a coastline alive with wildlife that would be the envy of many other regions in Britain. The route can be walked comfortably as a whole in around 23 hours, but it is […]
The ruin of a small late medieval church with a richly carved sacrament house of a type characteristic of north-east Scotland.