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Bungalow | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Broadhaven is a modern bungalow situated on the foreshore of the Moray Firth in Lossiemouth. It has stunning sea views and an uninterrupted vista north and west. Broadhaven enjoys sunny mornings on the south side of the bungalow where there is ample space for outdoor dining. The french windows of the dining room open onto a patio and barbeque area. As the sun moves round, the patio at the front overlooking the sea is a great space for outdoor dining and for watching the dolphins as they make their way through the Moray Firth as well as the abundance of sea birds that visit the coast. Enjoy the outside space in the long daylight hours in the summer months, spectacular sunsets and low light pollution throughout the year for fantastic night skies. Sitting in the lounge looking out at mesmerizing waves, cloud formations and weather, the view constantly changes. Broadhaven is on the Moray Coastal Trail and is an ideal location for guests with dogs, you'll see regular dog walkers in front of the house. There is a large garden at the rear of the property as well as a small garden area at the front. A play park for children is two minutes walk from the property. The Championship and New links courses at Moray Golf Club are five minutes walk away and there are a further 12 courses within a 20 mile radius of Lossiemouth
The large kitchen is fully fitted and well equipped with a 5 burner gas hob, electric ovens and grill, dishwasher, large fridge and fridge-freezer in the utitlity room alongside the automatic washing machine. The very large lounge and dining room is furnished in a contemporary style, with a living flame gas fire, and offers 3 very large sofas, including seating looking out of the huge picture window to the north and west. The two double rooms have double beds with feather duvets and cotton bedding. Each of these bedrooms have built in wardrobes as well as drawer units. The single room is furnished to the same standard with the same quality bedding. There is a large walk-in shower room which is separate from the bathroom-toilet as well as a separate toilet in the hallway. There is a large cloakroom as well as an airing cupboard for drying clothes.
The sailing club is close to the Moray Golf Club and an outward bound company is two minutes away along Shore Street. Taste locally caught seafood in local restaurants and cafes. Join a dolphin watch boat or sea fishing boat at the harbour. Follow the whisky trail which you can join in nearby Elgin.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 9, Lounge seats for 9|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users|
About this location
The Moray region
Lossie is well situation on the north east coast of the Moray Firth. Day trips to Aviemore, the Cairngorms (Ben Nevis) are popular excursions. Inverness is a short one hour car or train (from Elgin) journey. It's possible to visit Loch Ness and Skye on a day trip. A forty minute drive from Lossie joins the world famous whisky trail where you can stop at as many distilleries as you wish along the River Spey. Fort George is also popular for a day trip and, closer to home is Elgin Cathedral and Duffus Castle.
Lossiemouth has two beautiful beaches on either side of the town. The Seatown at the east side of Lossie still has the original fishermen's cottages and glorious walks up the river Lossie. The Fisheries Museum is a great source of local history. There are a few fishing boats left in Lossiemouth but the harbour is mainly a marina for yachts and pleasure crafts. You'll find the Dolphin Watch boat as well as a boat offering sea fishing trips in the harbour if you're interested although dolphins frequently swim in front of Broadhaven. The Moray Golf Club has two links courses. It's possible to walk up the old railway line to Spynie Castle. There are a number of restaurants, cafes and take aways in Lossiemouth to enjoy, all within walking distance of Broadhaven, as well as bars and pubs. There are enough shops in Lossiemouth to get all that you would need in terms of food - a high class butcher, a baker, chemists and a good sized Co-operative at the edge of the town.
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28 Dec 2014
"Beautiful house right on the coastline"
We've had a fantastic week at Broadhaven. Lovely spacious house, spotlessly clean, and right on the coastal path. Probably the homeliest, best equipped holiday let we've ever had, and everyt… More
21 Oct 2014
"Perfect nice big bungalow away from roadside"
Broadhaven is a lovely house, plenty of space for a family. We've stayed in lots of self-catering places over the years and this was up there with the best, if not the best. We liked the locatio… More
10 Sep 2014
"Perfect base camp for Speyside excursions"
Broadhaven is the perfect base camp if you want to explore the Speyside region. It is a lovely house with a plenty of space. You have a brilliant view to the sea. All rooms (including bath rooms and k… More
8 Sep 2014
"Broadhaven is a perfect HOME"
Not your run of the mill sparse sterile holiday house - Broadhaven is a home a real HOME. Everything is as perfect as it seems on website. Decor & flooring is immaculate throughout. Beds bedding sofa… More
13 Aug 2014
"The best holiday home in Lossie!"
We have just enjoyed our second stay at this lovely house. It's in a quiet location with wonderful sea views. There's a swing park nearby for the kids and the beach is only a short walk away… More
3 Aug 2014
"A truly stunning home..."
I stayed at Broadhaven for one week with my husband, daughter, son-in-law & 4 year old grandson & can honestly say it's a gorgeous home, equipped with everything & more you could possibly want or… More
15 Jul 2014
"Beautiful House, Beautiful Setting!"
We stayed in Broadhaven for a week in June and would highly recommend it. We arrived to the house absolutely spotless; the rooms were all beautifully laid out and comfortable. The house itself is sp… More
13 Jul 2014
Comfortable holiday cottage... particularly pleased with the cleanliness of bed linen and towels, bathroom, shower and toilets. Views from the front are awesome, lovely big windows, we loved the Sunse… More
23 May 2014
"Modern, immaculate home overlooking the Moray Firth."
For our second stay in this gem, the weather was "changeable" but we and our Tibetan Terrier thoroughly enjoyed Lossiemouth, its beaches and walks, and the wonderful friendly Moray Golf Cour… More
13 Apr 2014
"Excellent Holiday Cottage Set In Fantastic Location"
A spacious well equipped immaculate holiday home set in a lovely location overlooking the sea. Close to shops and local amenities, minutes from coastal path and beach, our family dog had a great week, so many lovely walks. Stunning views from the lounge bay window, so relaxing and peaceful. Horse Riding and golf nearby, Husband and sons loved spending time at the airbase nearby, noise never a problem. Had a brilliant week, will definitely return and would absolutely recommend this holiday home.