Otter House

Fisherie, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Fabulous wooden hut with a feature circular window has a loch side location close to the coast at Fraserburgh.

Key Points

  • Fabulous rustic house with circular viewing window and lochside location sleeps 2 adults and 2 children on a family site near Fraserburgh.
  • There is a charming hand built wooden interior with wood burning stove which is used for cooking and heating.
  • The bedroom holds a double bed with single bunk above and space for an additional day bed.
  • The en-suite shower room is rustic in style.
  • Enjoy dining al fresco using the BBQ and picnic bench.

Description

Otter House resides on a family run farm near the beautiful Banffshire coastline and sleeps 2 adults with space for 2 children. With a wonderful loch side location it offers a great place to reconect with nature. 

Inside you can delight at the handcrafted wooden interior. The living area has a gorgeous circular window feature, where you can enjoy sitting at the breakfast bar taking in the rural views. A wood burning stove not only keeps the house warm and cosy but allows you cook up a delicious meal. Be sure to pop your favourite beverage in the mini 12v fridge and if you wish to stay connected to the outside world then you can make use of the phone charging portal and good 4G signal. A separate bedroom area comes with a double bed with single bunk above and room for an additional day bed. A rustic shower room with WC and sink completes the house.

Outside you can cook up a storm on the BBQ or double gas ring and dine al fresco at the picnic bench. A covered decked area is the ideal place to sit with your morning cuppa or evening tipple. After devouring a delicious meal you can sit back on the bench and put the world to rights.

Locally there is lots to explore with walking, cycling and wild swimming all available on your doorstep. Peaky Blinders fans will enjoy a trip to Portsoy Harbour, where much of the filming took place, whilst those who favour a tipple or two, will love tours of the numerous local distilleries. Once back on site, book into the sauna for a relaxing treat. 

Children welcome. Up to 2 dogs welcome at an additional cost of £15 each per stay.

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Eco Credentials: 

Much of the site is built from recycled wood with many of the fixtures and fittings being recycled items - this includes windows, doors, cooking utensils, furniture, crockery, rugs, drapes etc. There is a hand-built water wheel which, together with solar panels, generates the 12V electricity supply. Set on a working farm, the owner has planted miles of hedgerows and trees as well as digging five small lochs, to show that nature and agriculture can happily co-exist.

 

Room Types

Double
Twin

Features

Accessibility

 Accessible toilet

 Easy access from car

 Ground floor accom

Bathroom

 Shower

 Sink

 Toilet

Amenities

 Woodburner

Paid Extras

 Extra logs / firewood

 Fishing

 Kayaking

Outdoor

 BBQ

 Decking

 Dining area

 Private entrance

 Seating area

Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Country walks

 Hiking

 Lake / River

 Local shop

 Restaurant

 Waterfront

Events

 Family friendly site

 Retreats

 Whole site bookings for group events

Entertainment

 Board games

 Books

 Games room

 Mobile - Limited mobile signal

 Space for outdoor ball games

 WiFi - No access to WiFi

Wellness

 Book a sauna session

On Arrival

 Included - Linen

 Included - Towels

 Self check-in

 Welcome pack

Safety & Security

 Carbon monoxide detector

 Deep Covid-19 clean

 Fire extinguisher

 First aid kit

 Smoke alarm

Kitchen

 Fridge

 Hot plate

Shared Facilities

 On-site shop

Young Children

 Playground

 Take care - Near water

 Take care - Playground with climbing

 Toys, books

 Welcome all ages

Parking

 Free parking

 Parking not alongside accom

Setting

 Mid sized site (5-11 accoms)

 Off-grid

 Quiet location

 Secluded

 Set alone

 Solar-powered electricity

Nearest Airport/s

Aberdeen


Content updated on 9th September 2022 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Fiona Will from Otter House