Cullen Bay Hotel offers comfortable hotel accommodation in the beautiful Morayshire coastal village of Cullen. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and with good links to an array of local attractions, our hotel is perfect for guests looking to discover this stunning area.
Marjory, Jim, Ann and Douglas await your arrival, whether it be for business or pleasure, lunch or a break away. Our aim is simple: to welcome guests from all over the world to this unique stretch of coastline, help them enjoy all the exciting attractions and pursuits in the area, and introduce them to our wholesome Scottish menus and the warm hospitality for which Scotland is so justifiably famed.
The Cullen Bay Hotel has 14 attractively furnished bedrooms:
2 Double Rooms with Sea View.
1 Twin Room with Sea View.
1 Double/Twin Room with Country View.
2 Double/Twin with Sea View.
1 Single Room with Country View.
2 Family Rooms with Sea View.
1 Family/Triple with Country View.
1 Turret Room with King Size Bed.
2 Twin Rooms with No View.
1 Double Room with Country View.
All rooms are en suite and are comprehensively equipped with: colour television, direct dial telephone, hospitality tray, tourist information guide, central heating and guest toiletries. Our Turret room enjoys panoramic sea views, perfect for that romantic break. Champagne, chocolates and flowers can be arranged by prior notice to surprise your loved one. Regrettably due to the behaviour of some previous owners and their dogs we are unable to accept dogs in the hotel other than guide or hearing dogs etc.
Our elegant restaurants enjoy stunning views and compliment the superb dishes on offer. The menus use local produce both from the deep waters of the Moray Firth and the rolling green hills of Grampian and Tayside.
The Moray Coast boasts so many things to see and do, far too many to attempt to list here. Perhaps this is one of the great attractions of the area as every day results in a new discovery. Cullen House and Cullen Old Kirk simply demand a visit, to admire both the architecture and the history with a trip to the Community Library a must to explore the dramatic history of these sites as documented by local researchers.
For the more energetic take a walk from the Harbour and head East past the famous Pet Cemetery and follow the path to the Giant Steps. These stone steps were constructed by a local man literally with his bare hands. Following this path towards Findlater Castle you will stumble across the hidden bay of Sunnyside Beach.
Should you follow the road towards Elgin, you will reach Fochabers which contains a vast array of antique shops and just outside the town is the world famous Baxters of Speyside. Visiting Baxters is a must, at least to sample one of their freshly made pancakes topped with Baxters jam.
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Rates: From £65 per person per night.
From £85 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
From £135 per family per night.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.