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We absolutely loved our stay. From the moment we arrived Dave went above and beyond to make sure all of our needs were met, he was an amazing host. The House is beautiful and our room was well appointed. The room was lovely and the King size bed was SO comfortable! Every breakfast was fresh and delicious ...
We were touring costal Scotland and wanted a quiet place to stay. The Seashore Cottege was perfect. Our hostess was lovely and suggested some wonderful local places to visit and dine. We enjoyed evening walks along the seashore and watching the sunset and sealife from our window. Close enough to ...
We had a great night at Glentorets. Well appointed room; very clean with a nice shower; mini fridge with cold drinks was a nice touch and much appreciated! I really enjoyed the haggis at breakfast. Floors were a bit creaky and noisy though so we were a bit paranoid about walking around the room late ...
Very pleasant stay in a beautiful part of the country. Argyle Guesthouse proved a good choice for our short foray into the Cairngorm national park. The host was very friendly and helpful. The rooms were a good size. The breakfast was quite excellent - be sure to try the homemade bread and jams! Overall, ...
Stayed for two nights in a single room. Room very clean and comfortable. Good variety of breakfast available. Staff very welcoming and helpful. Situated within walking distance of town and close to public transport services.
Moray is a diverse area in the north east of Scotland that combines stretches of coastline with lush Scottish countryside. Whisky lovers, golf enthusiasts and history buffs will all find something to whet their appetite here, such as Elgin’s dramatic 13th century cathedral and Moray Golf Club in Lossiemouth. Looking to stay the night? From quality hotels to the humble bed and breakfast, Moray offers you a choice of fine 3 star hotels.
Celebrate your arrival in Moray with a well-earned dram — this part of Scotland is home to the majority of Scotland’s whisky distilleries, including The Macallan, Glenfiddich and The Glenlivet. Organised tours along Scotland’s Malt Whisky Trail will introduce visitors to these international favourites as well as less well known brands.
Enjoy challenging links golf in the beautiful town of Lossiemouth. At Moray Golf Club visitors can walk in the footsteps of one of golf’s greats, Old Tom Morris — his undulating design is considered one of the best links courses in the country. Nearby Dufftown Golf Club is also considered a hidden gem.
Put your feet up in a comfortable Moray Hotel after a day out in this picturesque area. Book hotels according to theme, hotel class or proximity to an attraction.