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welcome to rustic hollow

Thank you for choosing Rustic Hollow.

We hope you have a magical stay and enjoy our little slice of Scotland.

We have put this pack together to send you a big welcome and  try remove the stresses out of your stay. 

Basically, most, if not all information about the cabin and site can be found here.  Also, at the bottom we have listed some places to eat, walk and explore in the area, just to get you started.

We really hope you love it as much as we do. Please ensure to have a read through our health and safety section.

A lot of work has gone into Rustic Hollow and we have tried to do as much of it ourselves so for that we are really proud... However, please let us know your thoughts. The aim is to be the best little retreat in the area and for our guests to keep coming back. Your feedback is really important to us and very appreciated

 

Also share your experiences with us on social media, We love seeing our guests photos and stories. #rustic_hollow_cabin

If you could find the time to add a review on Facebook or Google, then that too, would be amazing!!

Enjoy ......

Holly and Stuart

check in - anytime after 3pm

Check out - 11am

Contact Number - 07788219435

PLEASE NOTE

  • We can experience high winds in Scotland. Please keep hold of the door when going in and out of the cabin. If you would like to leave the door open, please use the latch. You will find it on the access step and bottom of the door. it is also recommended to use the door stop provided.  

  • When lighting the Wood burning stove. Keep the bottom vent open (pulled out) and the stove door slightly cracked open for a 10/15mins to allow the stove to heat up and create a good draw (air flow). Use only smaller logs to begin with to allow the fire to establish.

  • The electric Hob will only work with induction pots/pans (provided).

  • The cabin has its own hot water tank, it is plenty for baths, showers etc but keep in mind it is not an endless supply and will take time to heat back up if used a lot. Best way is to mix the bath to the temp you like, as you fill! The water comes out very hot so this will save unnecessary waste. 

Directions

The easiest way to find us is to enter AB45 3RL into your SATNAV/Google maps. We are situated on this single track road where the satnav will take you. keep going and you will see our RUSTIC HOLLOW sign, if you end up back on the main road, sadly you have went too far, However, The sign will be easily spotted. The entrance is also lined with 4x large boulders at each side, this will give you a clue, you're in the right place..

Enter through the gate and follow the little road down to the car park.....and relax

If SATNAV isn't an option...... 

Coming from Macduff, follow the A98 towards Fraserburgh for approx. 1m. You will come to a staggered junction, Take the left just before the sign that says Fortrie 2m.

Now follow the single track road for 0.5mile and Rustic hollow is the 3rd on your left.

Again, call if you are struggling to find us.  

THE INS AND OUT

In a NUT SHELL

  • Self check in after 3pm

  • Park up at carpark

  • Have an awesome break

  • Give the cabin a quick clean

  • Check out at 11am

  • Share your experience with friends and family (only if you enjoyed it)

local food and attractions
There are 100's of places to eat, visit and explore along the North east Coast of Scotland.
Coastal walks, whiskey tours, boat tours, beautiful villages, golf courses galore, museums and heritage centres etc etc. We have named a few below........
We'd also suggest looking at the North East 250 coastal route website and Visit Aberdeen website for more information and places to visit.

 

Nice Cafes

  • The seafront cafe - 2m

  • Annies Cakery - 2.1m

  • Eastside discount centre - 2.6m

  • Bairds Bistro Banff - 2.8m

  • Rockpool Cafe Cullen - 14m

  • Nooks and Crannies 16.4m

  • Fochabers walled garden - 41m

Beaches, harbours and coastal villages

  • Gardenstown (Gamrie) - 2.4m

  • Banff links - 4m

  • Crovie - 4.7m

  • CullyKhan beach - 6.7m

  • Pennan 6.9m

  • Portsoy Harbour (ice cream shope) -9.1m

  • Aberdour Beach - 9.4m

  • Sandend 11.2m

  • Cullen beach - 14.2m

  • Waters of Philorth Beach Fraserburgh - 17.8m

  • ST combs Beach - 19.8m

  • Newburgh seal beach 29.7m

  • Balmedie Beach - 32m

  • Hopeman East Beach 36.6m

  • Findhorn Beach - 43m

Golf Courses 

  • Royal Tarlair - 1.9m

  • Duff House Royal - 4m

  • Turriff Golf Club - 12.6m

  • Cullen Links - 18m

  • Fraseburgh Golf course - 23.6m

  • Oldmeldrum Golf Club - 29.2m

Restaurants

  • The Knows Hotel -1.9m

  • Garden Arms - 2.4

  • The Fife Lodge - 3m

  • The Banff Springs Hotel - 3.4m

  • The Galley - 5m

  • Fife arms Hotel - 8.4m

  • The Rustic Grill - 8.6m

  • The white heather Hotel - 8.6m

  • The old Kirk cafe and Bistro - 11m

  • The Seafield Arms Hotel - 14m

Castles AND ESTATES

  • Duff House Estate - 2.7m

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  • Delgatie Castle and Woods - 7.9m

  • Castle of Park 9.8m

  • Fyvie Castle - 15m

  • Haddo House and Country Park - 20m

  • Leith Hall Garden and Estate -32m

  • Castle Fraser Garden and Estate - 32m

  • Slains Castle - 35.2m

  • Drum Castle - 39m

  • Crathes Castle 41m

  • Balmoral Castle and Estate - 52m

Take-aways

  • Dolphin FIsh and Chips 1.8m

  • China Town - 2m

  • Real Tandoori - 2.8m

  • Roma Pizza - 2.8m

  • Crown Chippy - 3.3m

Hikes and Hills

  • Knock Hill - 13.3m

  • Bin of Cullen - 15.8m

  • Bennachie - 26m

  • Mount of Keen - 50.9m

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