There are a number of popular attractions around the area. Below are just a few…
Glen Moray Distillery
A warm welcome awaits you at this friendly and informal working distillery in Elgin, the capital of Speyside.
‘Lantern of the North’ The superb remains of a majestic and beautiful 13th century cathedral. Almost destroyed in 1390 by Alexander Stewart, the infamous Wolf of Badenoch. You can visit the Bishop’s home at Spynie Palace two miles north of Elgin.
Pluscarden Abbey is the home of Benedictine monks. Its build dates from 13th century. It produces stained glass, honey and other croft products. Its Gregorian chant is internationally known. Pluscarden is a small village just three miles from the cabins
Dolphins can be seen along with ospreys, grey seals and otters at the mouth of the river spey in the Moray Firth Wildlife Centre some 18 miles away from the cabins.
Why not visit Johnstons woollen mill which has stood in Elgin since 1797. It’s the only Britsh mill still transforming cashmere from raw materials to luxurious finished garments. Tour the mill, learn its history, treat yourself in the shop and enjoy a home baked lunch.
Cairngorms National Park
Travel for fifty miles and take the funicular railway in the heart of the cairngorms National Park up to 1097m and you’re nearly at the top of the mountain. The views are stunning and in the winter there’s skiing too.
There are 7 golf courses within a radious of 10 miles of Elgin including Elgin golf club which lies .5mile south of Elgin with 18 holes and driiving range.
Duffus Castle is 5 miles north of Elgin area, but there are a few in this area.