Moray

Moray is a county situated in the north-east of the country, with coastline on the Moray Firth. It is best known for its exceptional natural resource and world-famous coastline. The county has plenty to offer to its visitor, from beaches, harbours and fishing villages. Elgin Cathedral, Elgin Cathedral and Moray Motor Museum are some of the top sights to visit around the area.
9 Results In Or Near Moray
4.9 miles from the centre of Moray
Overlooking the 18th green of Moray Golf Cub's Championship Old Course, Covesea Bay and the Moray Firth to the hills of Sutherland and beyond, this unique 150 year old Lodge was the original Clubhouse for MorayGC when it was founded in 1889 and is an ideal base for business, for pleasure, anytime. RAF Lossie and Gordonstoun School are here, as are many activities including the malt whisky trail, walking, diving, surfing, fishing, sailing, skiing (Aviemore is just an hour away) etc.
4.9 miles from the centre of Moray
FREE BREAKFAST IF YOU BOOK DIRECTLY WITH US! Lossiemouth House is a 4-star Bed and Breakfast with en-suite bedrooms, luxury towels and toiletries are provided in all rooms, we are situated in the north-east of Scotland in the coastal town of Lossiemouth. Alison and Hugh are happy to extend a warm and friendly welcome to you in our 240-year-old Georgian former dower house. Set in mature picturesque walled gardens, within a walking distance from east beach.
10.6 miles from the centre of Moray
Blervie House is a historic Scottish Country House combining the best of a bygone era with best of today’s modern day conveniences. Blervie House sits in extensive private grounds surrounded by woodland in the middle of Malt Whisky Country. Guests staying at Blervie House have many delightful rooms from which to relax and enjoy the superb garden and distant views of the Moray Firth and the Black Isle after they have been touring the many attractions in the area.
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Explore Brodie Castle's stunning Grounds A visit to Brodie Castle's stunning grounds is a must for any garden lovers. In spring, the grounds are carpeted with a unique and famous collection of daffodils, many cultivated at the turn of the 19th century. The National Trust for Scotland is working to identify, propagate and distribute them more widely. Explore the sheltered woodland walks with the abundant rhododendrons and stroll by the pond where you can observe the estate´s varied wild...
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Explore the Beautiful Brodie Castle Brodie Castle sits majestically amid scenic grounds (in spring, the daffodils are just lovely here) in Forres, Moray. This 16th century Z-plan tower house was the home of the Brodie family, who were prominent in clan battles in the 15th and 16th centuries, until the late 20th century. Inside, its elegant rooms are stuffed to the gills with amazing fine French furniture, English, continental and Chinese porcelain and fabulous artwork including piec...
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Cardhu Country House is an exclusive rural retreat on the Speyside Whisky Trail offering luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.
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Knockomie Inn, a romantic looking 19th century villa, sits in an enviable spot – The world's only Malt Whisky Trail, Hills, rivers and
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Logie House Garden has been open to the public since 1993; an interesting woodland garden with distinct areas of different conditions allow for a wide variety of planting. Rare and unusual shrubs, trees and perennials abound and many are for sale in the nearby Farm & Garden Shop at Logie Steading.
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