Morayshire boasts a wide range of tourist facilities.
Sandy beaches, soaring hills and fertile low-lands offer unparalleled opportunities for biking , ski-ing, fishing, field sports and golf.
World famous golf courses such as Nairn West, Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch and Moray are within easy reach, with smaller local courses also offering challenging and scenic opportunities.
The legendary Whisky Trail is on our doorstep, with many outstanding Speyside distilleries a short drive away. Local whisky specialists Gordon and McPhail in Elgin are well worth a visit to stock up on your favourite tipple.
The renowned salmon rivers the Spey, Findhorn and Nairn are within easy reach, and we have contacts with local sporting agents should you wish us to enquire about fishing lets on your behalf.
The mild climate and fertile farmlands mean that Morayshire is home to many world famous names in food production, such as Baxter’s of Speyside and Walkers of Aberlour as well as many smaller speciality producers. There are many fine local restaurants showcasing the best of Scotland’s larder.
The Moray Firth is one of the best places in Britain to see dolphins (and occasionally whales) with regular boat trips from a number of little harbours along the coast.
Each cottage is supplied with extensive visitor information packs suggesting days out, pleasant local walks and must-see attractions. We are happy to assist in the booking and reservations of activities either prior to, or during your stay.