The Orangery is a romantic property located on the outskirts of Turriff, Scotland, in the heart of the countryside.
Set in a courtyard, with other properties - this dwelling offers unique accommodation for couples. An orangery sits at the front of the property, with a vaulted ceiling, large glass windows and a decking-style floor. It is home to a cosy woodburning stove and a range of seating, including a delightful dining area where you can enjoy a romantic meal together of an evening. The main house offers an open-plan kitchen and breakfast bar area, with plenty of modern appliances on-hand. The sitting room has a sofa and armchair, and a wall-mounted TV - where you can relax and unwind of an evening with your favourite TV shows. With all rooms being on the ground floor, guests have easy access to a family bathroom, with a bath and shower over. The property boasts a large king-size bedroom with a lovely feature stone wall, and has French doors leading out to a decking area and has a table and chairs provided, as well as a large Lazy Spa Hot Tub which takes 2-3 hours to get to temperature. Take a relaxing soak of an evening to get rid of those tired muscles. There is off-road parking available for two cars. Turriff is within driving distance of many tourist attractions including Delgatie Castle, which dates back to 1030 AD. Most of what remains was updated in the 16th-century, with an additional chapel added in 1743 - showcasing a piece of local history and wonderful architectural sites. The Orangery is the perfect property for a peaceful and tranquil holiday.
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Garden Or Patio
Bedrooms & Suites
All ground floor. One bedroom: 1 x king-size. Bathroom with bath and shower over, supply of hot water plentiful for showers, limited for baths; basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room.
Turriff is a town and civil parish in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, situated near the River Deveron. A small, but thriving town with plenty of places to eat and drink with fine pubs, restaurants and even a social club. During the 19th century, Turriff was an important place for agricultural trade, which is now reflected with the annual event to promote its agriculture and food industry. With over 250 stands and a funfair, it makes for a wonderful attraction.