Self Catering in Grampian - Turriff
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Pricing From: £345.00
This attached barn conversion rests close to the Scottish town of Turriff and can sleep four people across two bedrooms.
Milltown House is a semi-detached, converted barn that sits five miles from the town of Turriff in Aberdeenshire. It boasts two bedrooms, both include double beds, and it also provides a shower room, the cottage is able to sleep four people. Also inside you will find a kitchen/diner and a sitting room with a woodburning stove, as well as a further sitting area on a mezzanine level.
Externally, you will find plenty of off-road parking along with a gravelled courtyard area with furniture and a barbecue, there is also an external utility. Milltown House is a characterful retreat, ideal for couples and families looking to escape.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Perfect, perfect , perfect
A perfect,peaceful and full of charactor & charm. Milltown House is excellently located for exploring the numerous castles and coastline. Many great walks along the coast and so many places to explore.
The owner Jamie came over to see us both the day after we arrived and towards the latter end to ensure all was ok and passed on some very good knowledge of the area. A very likeable and great host.
The house has an external 'games room' with a ping pong table which we had some laughs playing.
Some lovely evenings in the cosy lounge with the wood burner or in the hot tub under the stars.
Would definately recommend the accommodation, the location and always good to have faith in the owner.
We spent a week in Milltown house following lockdown in the centre of Edinburgh. We had a great time in this lovely and characterful cottage forming one side of an enclosed courtyard of traditional stone former farm buildings. The owner Jamie could not have been more welcoming and helpful despite being busy: we really enjoyed the tour he gave us of his farm and new glamping site ( Shepherd's Loch) . It looks very exciting and Jamie has many great and environmentally friendly ideas.
Our teenage daughter loved the hot tub ( particularly at night illuminated by fairy lights)and the wood burning stove, with ample daily supplies of wood made the place, very cosy.
The wider area is largely agricultural and not touristic which was perfect for us as we wanted to avoid crowds.
Apart from enjoying the cottage and despite the closure of many attractions due to Covid 19, there was still plenty to do.
There are good walks directly from the cottage and further afield. The cottage is well located for visiting the spectacular north east coast; Crovie, Pennan and Portsoy; the many nearby castles and gardens; and off course Speyside and all the distilleries.
An amazing place to relax and enjoy!
An amazing holiday had for my partner and I at Milltown House. What a wonderful location to visit and view so many different attractions, I can honestly say that I am in love with this cottage. After a very long journey coming from Oxford, we arrived at our holiday destination. It was so cosy and warm with a fire burning, a welcome pack awaited us and beautiful fresh flowers decorating the room too.
We were both very tired at this point and it was refreshing to take a hot shower and relax after on the sofas. Very clean and tidy and the kitchen accomodated all our needs too. The owner Jamie popped round to greet us and such a lovely person, he couldn?t do enough to help us. We were very lucky to view a local castle with Jamie's guidance and he also allowed us to visit his farm too. A very hard working gent who has put a lot of consideration into his guests stay. We enjoyed a couple of nights in the hot tub which was very relaxing and a nice comfortable bed to sleep in too.
If you need to get away somewhere peaceful but near areas with plenty to do, I would definately recommend Milltown House. Thank you Jamie for a fantastic stay, Fred and I will be back again next year.
Lovely place for a romantic getaway
Jamie was a fantastic host - he popped round to check that we were settled in and warm enough. Once you get the fire going it is lovely. Nothing was too much of an effort and he even took us on a run to his farm.
The rest of the time we felt completely isolated and it was like having our own little world away. We spent one of the evenings stargazing in the hot tub, the house itself was spacious and when the fire was on it was so cosy. Wonderful. We will be back to Millton house in summer 2019 to take advantage of the coastal walks. Wish we could've stayed longer!
Excellent break away from it all!!
Such an amazing barn conversion that was very well equipped and welcoming with tastefully furnished rooms oozing in Scottish culture! We loved every minute and have booked already for next year. Jamie the owner was so welcoming and friendly through our stay. Can't wait to return next year!!
Eco biomass heating, woodburning stove
Electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge, dishwasher, freezer, washing machine, TV and WiFi
Fuel and power inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Off-road parking for two cars
Courtyard gravelled area with furniture, barbecue and hot tub
One well-behaved pet welcome
Shop less than 6 miles and pub less than 6 miles
Note: Though all rooms are on the ground floor, there are stairs leading up to the mezzanine area and one step up to the bathroom
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