There is so much going on around here it's difficult to decide which to pick out. It truly is a mecca for outdoor pursuits - walking, cycling, riding, sailing and golf . For those who want to relax there is an abundance of places to visit, interesting shopping experiences, cafes, pubs and restaurants.
The area is equally suited for families with children, couples and elderly people.
The list below is a sample of the many things in the vicinity.
Brodie Castle (10 mins walk)
Cawdor Castle (15 mins drive)
Duffus Castle (25 mins drive)
Culloden Battlefield (30 mins drive)
and many others ......Kinloss Abbey, Elgin Cathedral, Falconer Museum (Forres), Nairn Museum, Elgin Museum, Findhorn Ice House, Burghead Fort...............
(There are many golf courses within 30 mins - 1 hour from the cottage. A complete list of golf courses in Moray can be seen here http://www.worldgolf.com/courses/scotland/moray). Some of the most local are:
Forres (10 mins drive)
Nairn (10 mins drive)
Grantown-on-Spey (25 mins drive)
Lossiemouth (20 mins drive)
Dava Way (walking or cycling)
Moray Coastal Trail (walking or cycling)
Nairn and Forres walks
Sustrans Route 1 (cycling) (right outside gate)
Ace Adventure White water rafting (8.5 miles)
Dolphin watching by boat (10 miles) or on land at Chanonry Point
Sailing (10 miles)
Excellent visitor locations
We are located in the middle of the malt whisky trail and have several distilleries within a few miles