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.

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