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Laura has a new self-catering family cottage in town

Lovely Quaint & Quirky Family Cottage in Keith

Nae View Cottage a 150 year old mill worker’s stone cottage with its own private walled garden in a perfect central location (off Mid Street) to walk to all the local attractions, including the oldest working whisky distillery in the Highlands namely StrathIsla which is located in Seafield Ave.

The self contained cosy cottage can accommodate up to 4 adults, 2 children plus an infant and is available from Friday 3pm to Monday 11am and from Monday 3pm to Friday 11am. Other days by request

Plenty of nearby free parking

Check availability and reviews here on AirBnB

7th – 17th May 2018 “I have fallen in love with this period home, when I first arrived Laura had set out a welcome card, hamper, food, tea, coffee, milk, breakfast, the works, to say I was impressed is an under statement.
Then after exploring a bit I started to notice all the little touches, simply perfect.
Warm, cosy, homely and full of character.
Great location and lots of things to do via Laura’s information.
I’m sad to be leaving and would love to return soon, so many touches for children, and high chair was a life saver.
Perfect home from home!”
Charlene💋💋 💋
PS: Laura’s family were super helpful and def need a mention

North East Route 250 Explore Aberdeenshire, Scotland
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Scottish Country Cottage now on the NorthEast250 Website

EXPERIENCE A JOURNEY OF STUNNING SCENIC CONTRASTS AND EXPLORE THE RICH HERITAGE AND CULTURE OF THE HEART OF SCOTLAND – ALL IN ONE AMAZING ROUTE.

The North East 250 explores everything for which Scotland is famous in a unique road trip taking you through the whisky distilleries of Speyside, the spectacular mountain passes of Cairngorms National Park, the famous castles of Royal Deeside, the Granite City of Aberdeen, the rugged North Sea coastline to the east, and the picturesque seaside villages of the Moray Firth.

 

 

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Keith

Keith has become a centre for arts and culture, being the first place in Scotland to be bestowed the title ‘Scots Toun’ and with an annual Traditional Music and Song Association Festival which has just celebrated its 40th year in 2015.

A long established whisky town, it has also added beer brewing to its mix of industries, which includes farming, engineering and retail. There’s a great range of independent shops available, with butchers, bakers, a deli, ladies fashions, pharmacies, newsagents, furniture, flooring, framing, electrical, arts and crafts with much more in the mix.

Our website has been developed to give a flavour of what this great part of North -East Scotland has to offer – an abundance of community spirit, low crime rates, excellent value properties, easy access to coast and countryside and swift connections to the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness.

Find out why our friendly town offers the perfect package for everyone – for investment, for living, for leisure and recreation…….for life.