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Weavers Cottage

Sleeps 2
No dogs
1 bedroom
1 bathroom

This cosy cottage is situated on the coast, making it perfect for that romantic retreat.. Ground Floor:

Living/dining room: With wood burner, Freeview TV and CD player.

Kitchen: With electric hob, combi microwave/oven/grill and fridge.

Separate toilet.

First Floor:

Bedroom: With double bed, wood burner and door to patio.

Bathroom: With ½ bath, shower attachment and toilet.. Electric heaters, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Fuel for wood burners available locally. Enclosed garden with decking and garden furniture. Parking 100 yards. No smoking. Please note: This property is 5 yards from sea and there are drops and sloping banks in the grounds.. This gorgeous cottage, with strong Indian influence, offers something different in this quaint conservation village. Beautiful throws and fabrics adorn the cabin bed in the living room which also acts as a sofa. A lovely enclosed decking area and small steep garden at the rear, which is accessed via a small door from bedroom, is a lovely spot to soak up the sun. The sea is literally just a few yards away, and being at the foot of a cliff with a rugged coastline, guests can enjoy beachcombing along the shore at low tide. Walk to neighbouring Gardenstown (tide permitting), explore the many nearby villages and enjoy activities such as fishing and boat trips. Golf available nearby. Beach 10 miles. Shop and pub 1½ miles.

This property accommodates:

2 Adults


Clear Sea Views
Woodburner / Fire
Garden / Patio
Golf Nearby


“This is a tiny cottage for 1 or 2 people in a remote fishing village, a few feet from the sea. The village is so small it comprises the original cottages and a tiny jetty, a post box and a telephone box. It is a good walk from the car park to the cottage and you have to be prepared to carry all your luggage and provisions yourself. Using one of the barrows provided is not that easy. It is very much worth the effort to get there and to stay in this quirky cottage, however it is not recommended for anyone with mobility problems. Our holiday was excellent, and we thoroughly enjoyed staying at Weavers Cottage. There is plenty to do in this part of Scotland especially if you enjoy fresh air and exercise!”
— Muriel, 1 October 2021
“Crovie is Beautiful. I loved this little cottage, along with all its quirks, although if you prefer the " sterilised " travelodge experience, dont come here. It is very well equipped, lovely private" secret" garden , Two woodburners! Fabulous views and no traffic, peace!Minor downsides.A little too much of the owners personal possessions take up space ( I recommend she pop them in the loft space when not in residence )Tiny bath and hand held shower not suitable for large people .Tiny kitchen lacks a little worktop space ( if you are a keen cook, it's a bit of a struggle )Tourists and Dog walkers STARE into the windows( the place needs a voile blind)The key holder cleaner is a little lax in her duties. Only light in the fridge microwave space needed a bulb ( cover was removed, but bulb not replaced ) I had to open the loo door opposite to see.I found a pair of a previous occupants underwear down the side of the box bed when I mislaid my phone on the last day. I put them back! The key holder( who lives in the village )was drinking red wine with other cottage owners when I arrived, and couldn't even be bothered to get the key, another nice lady showed me where it was. .All of the above did not bother me in the least, I found it quite amusing and just got on with it! If you're a fuss pot,as some previous occupants seem to be, these things will put you off, and if the owner does not have a word with her cleaner, or heed the reviews, she is going to find other bad reviews in future, although if the last " moaner" spent as much time looking for her black knickers ( size 12) as they did complaining, I wouldn't have found them!”
— Lana, 7 September 2021
“Lovely cottage great area”
— Su, 5 September 2020
“The cottage is in a beautiful location, a stonesthrow from the sea and nestled under the cliffs. You can enjoy watching the tide and even spot dolphins from the front step. There are lots of curiosities to look at in the cottage itself, including nice paintings and sculptures, as well as the usual seaside memorabilia. The kitchen is small but adequate for simple meals. We did miss having a toaster (although the toaster oven is usable). Despite limited space for cars in the village, we were able to park easily every time we returned. There are no facilities in the village but there is a lovely pub around the headland (20mins on foot) in Gardenstown, where you can also find a couple of small shops and a cafe. We highly recommend exploring the clifftop walks around Troup Head and for fascinating insight into local marine life, the aquarium at Macduff. Be prepared for some harmless flies in summer, and if hiking watch out for ticks.”
— Andy, 19 August 2020


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