Home from Home provide two spacious and contemporary properties situated in Scotland. Our accommodation is clean, spacious and immaculately presented throughout. Properties are deep cleaned and sprayed with Xmist prior to all arrivals. 3 nights minimum stay.
A 4-bedroom double storey home that sleeps 7, with sea views located in Gardenstown. The property has a large garden and decking area and parking for 3 vehicles. 3 nights minimum stay
TROUP HEAD Distance:2 miles east of Gardenstown. This is best visited by driving to Northfield Farm, leaving the car in the car park and walking out to the Head. The site is a “Special Protection Area” due to its internationally important seabird colonies which can be viewed here in spring and summer. Over 100,000 seabirds can be seen here. These include guillemots, kittiwakes and razorbills, together with herring gulls, fulmars and puffins. It has the only mainland gannet colony in Scotland. More information can be obtained from the RSPB tel: 01224 624824.
CULLYKHAN BAY Distance:8 miles return trip from Gardenstown. This sandy bay, 3 miles east of Gardenstown, can be reached by turning off the B9031 to the west of Pennan. There is car parking, footpaths to the beach, remains of the Bronze Age Fort Fiddes and a rough path to Hell’s Lum. In good weather, this beach provides a suitable site for bathing. Leaflets - “Cullykhan” and “Archaeology in Grampian” are available from Tourist Information Offices, with details of this area in prehistoric times.
Speyside is whisky heaven!
Sample the remarkable flavours of Speyside's fine malts as you explore the region, and follow the world-famous Malt Whisky Trail™ - the world's ultimate Scotch whisky experience - comprising of nine 'must-visit' sites including seven working distilleries, Dallas Dhu historic distillery and the Speyside Cooperage - the only working cooperage in the UK.
Gardenstown is the perfect base in the NE Scotland Its 50 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/
Alternatively try Fraserburgh Golf Course, the seventh oldest links course in the world, established in 1777. www.fraserburghgolfclub.org
For other golf course see www.scottishgolfcourses.com
Scotland’s Moray Firth is teeming with amazing marine life and it’s all on show at Macduff Marine Aquarium. This fascinating attraction leads you to discover the firth’s underwater habitats, with realistic displays taking you from the shoreline to the murky seafloor
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