Located a stone's throw from the shores of the sheltered Moray Firth, Firthview Cottage offers a high quality of self-catering accommodation in the beautiful coastal town of Lossiemouth. Firthview Cottage is superbly appointed throughout and enjoys magnificent views across the waters of the Firth to the mountain skyline of the Northwest Highlands.
The Moray coast benefits from the protection of mountains to the north, west & south and is rightly renowned for a distinctly milder and drier climate than much of Scotland. Lossiemouth itself offers a wealth of attractions and facilities for the visitor and is the perfect base from which to explore the rich history and natural beauty of this wonderful part of Scotland. For further information about Lossiemouth and the surrounding area, please check out our Lossie Links.
We Look Forward To Welcoming You To Lossiemouth
Firthview Cottage is freshly decorated and tastefully furnished and carpeted throughout. The accommodation comprises a lounge, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom. There is central heating in all rooms and double-glazing throughout.
The lounge is equipped with two leather sofas, coffee table, dining facilities and flatscreen television (free-view) with DVD player and CD/Radio player. The stylish beechwood kitchen is fully equipped and includes a halogen "Stoves" cooker, fridge-freezer, microwave and dishwasher. The bathroom is attractively decorated and includes an over-bath shower and houses an automatic washing machine. There is one double bedroom and one twin bedroom (with an extra pullout mattress suitable for a child). A baby's cot and feeding chair are available if required.
A dry and secure cellar, with access from the garden, provides an ideal facility for the storage of cycles, etc. To the rear of the cottage is a large lawned garden, providing space for children to play or for adults to relax. Off-road parking is available at the door.
Lossiemouth is situated on the Moray Firth coast, six miles north of Elgin on the A941. Elgin itself can be reached by either road or rail and has a regular bus connection to Lossiemouth.
For those travelling from farther afield, regional airports at Aberdeen (73 miles to the southeast on the A96) and Inverness (43 miles to the East on the A96) provide ready access from south of the border and beyond.
Firthview Cottage can be found close to the shore on the north side of Lossiemouth at 82 Commerce Street. Like all our guests, you will be greeted personally on arrival and shown round the cottage and it's facilities. Help is also on hand if required during your stay at Firthview Cottage.
The rental week runs from Saturday to Saturday. Arrival should not be before 4.00 pm and the cottage must be vacated by 10.00 am on the day of departure. Depending on availability, it may occasionally be possible to arrange bookings for part-weeks and charges will be provided on request.
The weekly rent varies according to the time of year, as follows:
|Season:||Months:||Price Per Week:|
|High Season||June, July, August, September
Christmas, New Year
|Mid Season||October, April, May||£375|
|Low Season||November, December, January, Feburary, March||£375|
Please note that the Christmas and New Year holiday period will be charged at Peak Season rates. Electricity and gas are included in the rent and all towels, bed linen, etc are provided.
Bookings are made on a first-come, first-served basis and are confirmed upon receipt of a deposit of 20% of the applicable rent. The remaining balance of the rent must be paid in full no later than six weeks before the date of entry. Bookings made less than six weeks before the proposed entry date will be confirmed only on receipt of payment in full.
In an effort to provide an allergy-friendly environment for all our visitors, we hope you will understand the need for a strict policy of no pets and no smoking in the cottage.
To arrange bookings or simply to obtain more information about Firthview Cottage or the local area, please give us a call at any time on 01358 742381 or get in touch by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
• A detailed guide to Lossiemouth, providing the visitor with lots of useful information about local history and attractions. Extensive directory of services, shops and entertainment available in Lossiemouth.Fisheries Museum
• Sample the life and times of Northeast fishermen and their folk. Also features an interesting reconstruction of the study of one Ramsay Macdonald, local lad who rose to become Britain's first Labour Prime Minister.Lossiemouth Cruising Club
• For the sailing fraternity, Lossiemouth CC extends a warm welcome to visitors.Moray Golf Club
• One of the real golfing gems of Scotland. If you enjoy links golf at its best, then look no further.Moray Council
• More local news and information from the local council.Northern Scot
• Website of the main local newspaper for the Lossiemouth area.Baxters of Speyside - Glenfiddich Distillery - Findhorn Community - Johnstons of Elgin - Moray Leisure Centre - Walkers Shortbread