The frontage following the renovations in 1999. It took a little over a year for the work to be completed.
7 Fountain Street, Banff is located on the top of the braes (grass cliffs) looking out over the Moray Firth. It is a traditional stone built Fisherman's house that has been refurbished.
3 Bedrooms 1 double and 2 twins, for up to 6 people.
Lounge and separate dining room with sea views.
Fully fitted kitchen, including washing machine, dishwasher, & microwave.
The property has full central heating and 24hr hot water.
The renovations included this replacement extension, completed in May 1999. The whole house was renovated and modernised for the 2000 season. The house dates from the late 19th Century, built as a fishermans cottage it has the gable end on to the sea. The loft had been used for the drying of the fishermans nets we found cork floats in the eaves during the renovations. All the wooden floorboards in the main house have been sanded back and varnished. Everything in the house has been purchased new, mainly from IKEA. The lounge was the first room to be decorated Red Watch Tartan sofas and sea theme pictures add a comfortable yet modern feel to this room. A new window created in the gable through the 2 ft thick stone walls provides sea views.
The dining room and kitchen are located in the new extension. Three sash in case windows give fantastic views to the west and north. Immediately to the west across Boyndie Bay is the village of Whitehills on the headland, Knock Head. Beyond, there are distant views across the Moray Firth towards Helmsdale, Caithness. Mountains named Morven and Scaraben are often visible although they are over 70 miles away!
As you can see the view changes by the day
The kitchen is newly fitted with all necessary appliances dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, microwave, gas hob and electric oven. The condensing combination boiler is the most energy efficient available providing digitally controlled heat and hot water at any time of the day.
How to Book
We are Members of the Aberdeen and Grampian Tourist Board. The property is rated 3 star (***)by the Scottish Tourist Board/Visitscotland.
Bookings are now being taken either by telephone or email.
Telephone: (+44) 01475 521357