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Scottish scenery

Moray... from the mountains to the sea

Moray is a hidden gem in the North East of Scotland.

wild sceneryThe river Spey runs through the heart of Moray and aside from being a famous salmon river, it's also the home of the Speyside Malt Whiskies including Glenfiddich and Glenlivet.

Of course, being Scotland's Malt Whisky capital with its world famous distilleries is not the only reason why you'll have a wonderful time here!!

Truely......... Moray has something to offer everyone!

Chair lift at the Lecht Ski centreTo the South West of the cottages are the Cairngorm Mountains and the National Park. A vast area of accessible wilderness where you can enjoy unspoilt landscapes and superb wildlife. In the winter this becomes a veritable wonderland with 2 ski centres.

To the South East is Royal Deeside where you can visit the Queens castle at Balmoral and the busy city of Aberdeen which has some excellent shopping and, of course, one of the busiest harbours in Scotland usually full of oil support vessels.

Empty beaches on the Moray Firth CoastMoray is bounded to the North by the Moray Firth, home of the Moray Firth Bottlenose Dolphins. This coastline has some fabulous beaches which, even in the summer, are almost empty. It's a haven for lovers of long walks, wildlife and sea anglers.

To the West is the "Great Glen", home of Loch Ness with the charming city of Inverness at its head. Here you'll find great shopping and Inverness is also gateway to the North Highlands and the west coast.

There are also many local museums reflecting the local history and rich maritime heritage of the area. Many have free admission!

The North East of Scotland is famous for its castles. Click Here to see details of all the Historic Castles that are within easy reach of the cottages. Many are free to visit.

Strathspey Steam Railway

Enjoy a trip on the Strathspey Steam Railway.

There is a rich Victorian heritage in this part of Scotland

There are a host of other activities for all the family to enjoy - try Gliding, Fly-casting, Pony treckking, Clay pigeon shooting; Quad Biking, "off-road" driving ... to mention but a few.

Moray Holidays is a very useful website with lots of up to date extra information about the area.

Both cottages have a complete file of up to date information and of course, access to free WiFi to help guests get the most from their stay.

If you need any help or just need some more information, please don't hesitate to contact us.