Mill of Nethermill Holidays invites you to come & stay in one of our four luxury self-catering holiday properties...
The Neuk is a quaint one bedroom self-catering apartment with loads of character designed for couples in mind with sea views.
Shore View is a two bedroom self- catering cottage that has unobstructed views of the shore, and is ideal for 2 to 4 people.
The Mill is a large ground floor two bedroom self catering apartment which is easily accessible for those who wish not to climb any stairs.
Tore View is a fantastic 3 bedroom apartment with scenic views over the old stone bridge, and the cliffs beyond – absolutely stunning!
A warm welcome always awaits you at Mill of Nethermill, where you will be personally greeted and shown to your “home away from home”.
Mill of Nethermill Holidays is four luxury self-catering holiday apartments located in a secluded bay next to the village of Pennan, Northeast Scotland. Pennan was made famous by the 1980’s film “Local Hero”.
When you first arrive to Mill of Nethermill, you will be amazed at the outstanding natural beauty the area offers. The wonderful fresh air, the abundance of bird life, the beautiful blue sea, and stunning cliffs that makes Mill of Nethermill a special place to relax and enjoy life.
All of our self-catering holiday accommodation are 4 and 5 star Quality Assurance rated with VisitScotland. They have been tastefully decorated with Scottish tartan and antiques that enhance the true feeling of an 18th century Mill. We can comfortably accommodate from 1 to 14 guests in our four properties. Whether you are a couple looking to escape to a romantic hideaway, or family looking to spend quality time together, Mill of Nethermill Holidays would like to be your destination of choice.
We are pet friendly. Your pet will love the beach at Mill of Nethermill and they too will feel like they’re in paradise.
With the beach at your front door, there are so many wonderful things to do while you’re here including a romantic fire at the beach, observing the many seabirds diving into the sea, watching for seals and dolphins as they play in Nethermill Bay.