Moray Firth holiday cottages offer visitors the chance to spot whales and dolphins in one of Scotland's most dramatic settings. The Moray Firth is an inlet stretching north and east from Inverness, in the Scottish Highlands. With more than 500 miles of coastline, it is Scotland's largest firth. Towering cliffs dominate much of the coast, occasionally giving way to secluded sandy beaches and rocky coves. The firth's resident population of 130-odd bottlenose dolphins are often seen leaping out of the water close to shore, while further out to sea, killer whales, minke whales, harbour porpoises and white-beaked dolphins are frequent visitors. A Moray Firth holiday cottage is an ideal base for discovering the region's wealth of wildlife, including ospreys, eagles, otters and red kites. The pine and broadleaf forests which flank the inlet are a paradise for walking and are home to badgers and pine marten.
The North East Coast of Scotland is adored for its scenic coastal walks all year round. 1 Seafield Street in Cullen, a historic coastal town on the Murray Firth, is a large holiday cottage sleeping up to 10 adults + 2 children in spacious, well-equipped accommodation. 1 well-behaved pet is welcome.