The Mission Hall is a former place of worship and has been featured in magazines and newspapers for its architectural flair, style and humour.
This cottage has the wow factor! There is a breath-taking dining room with a dark blue coloured concrete floor and pale blue “spatolato” finish walls. A specially designed crystal table sits on the flag-stones (originally covering the aisle of the church) in the middle of the room completed by antique furniture and paintings.
The cosy sitting room with a very well equipped integrated kitchen has a big open fire and a leather settee and armchair.
There is a terrace behind the cottage to enjoy the sun from early morning til afternoon.
Classed as one of the best preserved conservation villages in Scotland, this little jewel sits right on the wall of the North Sea. There is only a footpath between the houses and the sea, every cottage owns it's own wheelbarrow to bring along the shopping or luggage.
It is very quiet, no traffic, you can only hear the sound of the waves and the seagulls crying. If you look out of the window you might think you are on a boat, the only difference is, that it doesn't rock... Often you can even watch dancing dolphins and resting seals.
You can enjoy plenty of nice walks (perhaps with your dog?), you can discover many interesting things, especially rare sea birds.
By plane and hired car: Aberdeen, McDuff, Gardenstown, Crovie
By ferry boat: Amsterdam- Newcastle or Zeebrugge- Hull
Guests without a car can be picked up at Aberdeen Airport.
The host has specified no cancellation policy.
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