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Room was very clean, breakfast was fantastic, freshly cooked, great choice. Bed was comfortable and room was quiet.Décor had been newly done and carpets / flooring were all in good condition. Good value. Shame about the stairs to get up to reception. It was very quiet, although we never had to wait ...
A beautiful furnished home in a lovely setting. Val & Dave are welcoming, marvelous gracious hosts. They provided excellent meals. We had a truly lovely stay and highly recommend the Cardhu Country House!
David and his wife are fantastic hosts with an excellent property. Room was nice sized, well equipped and comfortable. Bed and pillows were wonderful. Bath is modern and very nicely equipped as well. I definitely recommend Tali Ayer!!
Whiskey Gables was perfect. It was close to Dufftown, and close to all the distilleries we wanted to visit. Anne and Siebette where great even letting us go to a tasting with them and showing us around the area. We fell in love with Scottish Breakfast and there’s was our favorite. Their whisky selection ...
Lovely country setting in rooms in a private house. Host very welcoming and very helpful with outings and suggestions and knowledgeable with area history. Good breakfast to start off the day.
One of the best...luxurious in surroundings ,conversation and accommodation. Recommend to all wanting a very special time away from the stresses and strains of life. Unforgettable experience of the birds waking me in the morning .
There was nothing negative about this property. The owner was so lovely and helpful and friendly. Room was lovely, food was delicious. Lots of extras in the room, nothing was left to chance for her guests. Homemade jams and chutneys and beautiful soaps on sale in the foyer. Location also great for ...
Tracy was so welcoming and helpful. The room was spotless and the overall quality was excellent. Well worth a visit.
Lovely couple who were really welcoming and helpful. Beautiful old house with modern amenities. Excellent breakfast every morning. Would highly recommend and would definitely go back
Normally, I am not interested in staying at a bed and breakfast because of the intimate nature. This Bed and Breakfast has me hooked on B&Bs. The owners were great, very hospitable! The accommodations were very comfortable and pleasing. The Breakfast was incredible - the best haggis in Scotland!
This B&B could not of been any cuter. Perfect access to the beach and other surrounding activities. So happy that we were able to find this place for the night wish that we would of stayed longer. Nice size rooms, comfortable beds. Great morning breakfast. Extremely friendly staff. Cannot wait to ...
Very friendly folks and beautiful house and gardens.
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The town of Elgin is the commercial centre of Moray and lies along the banks of the River Lossie. It's a handsome place, packed with 19th-century stone houses, winding streets and cobbled squares, dotted with mature trees and fountains. However, it's perhaps best known for its whisky production – it's home to Glen Elgin, Gordon & MacPhail, and several other distilleries. The town is also home to the ruins of Elgin Cathedral, once one of Scotland's most important. If you come to stay in an Elgin bed and breakfast, don't confine yourself to just the town, though. The rolling countryside and spectacular coastline lend themselves to outdoor adventures, like mountain biking and hiking.
The town might have its fair share of hotels, but nothing beats the homely atmosphere of an Elgin bed and breakfast. Many of the hosts have been running their B&Bs for years and have honed the art of hospitality. In fact, some of the B&Bs have been renovated in recent years, and transformed into boutique hideaways that offer some serious luxury. If you're sold on a B&B, the best place to start looking is Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos to help you make the right choice. Booking a stay couldn't be simpler. All you need to do is plug in your dates and budget, scan through the B&Bs and book in just a few clicks. In just a few minutes you could have confirmed your break in a stone-built country manor house, decked out in Scottish antiques and tartan, or a family home surrounded by well-manicured private gardens. If you'd rather save your cash for the attractions and restaurants in Elgin, you could always opt for one of the budget options, which offer more than you'd expect for the money. Whatever you pick, you're always guaranteed a comfortable stay when you book through Expedia.
If you've scored one of the bed and breakfasts in Elgin that have free parking spots, you could bring the car, which is always useful if you're looking to explore the coast. The guestrooms come in all shapes and sizes – that's the beauty of a B&B – and they often come equipped with everything you might find in a hotel, like a flat-screen TV on the wall, complimentary WiFi and comfortable double beds. If you pick right, you could even have a mini-bar or facilities for making hot drinks in the room. Most will have ensuite facilities, stocked with towels, and if you're looking for something specific, like a family-sized room, you won't have any trouble finding somewhere on Expedia. Take some time to chat with your hosts, who are always happy to offer advice on the best things to do or places to eat. Come daybreak, there'll be a proper Scottish breakfast waiting for you downstairs, with things like pastries, fruit, and porridge on the menu. If Elgin doesn't sound right for you, why not try a few nights in the nation's capital? With plenty of things to do in Edinburgh you won't be disappointed.
If you're staying in an Elgin bed and breakfast for the 1st time, you can't miss a visit the hauntingly beautiful ruins of Duffus Castle, a motte-and-bailey fortification dating from the 12th century. If you haven't had your fill of medieval structures, you could always visit nearby Brodie Castle, Cawdor Castle and Ballindalloch Castle. Feeling active? The nearby Cairngorm Mountains, meandering rivers and spectacular glens offer some fine walking trails and fishing spots. Of course, if you're a fan of Scotland's national sport, you could take your clubs up to Kinloss Country Club to practise your drive on the sunny fairways. In the afternoon, return to Elgin to sample a dram or 2 of whisky, either at an open distillery or a cosy local pub.