Scotland is famous for its Highland Games. The games are very popular with tourists and families. There is always something for children and adults to enjoy whether it be the caber tossing or the tug of war. The first Games of the Summer for Moray start at Forres on July 7th. Tomintoul is on the 21 July. Speyside have games at Dufftown on the 28th July, Abernethy on the 7 August followed by Grantown on the 26 August. Springburn log cabins are on route to all the games.
Miltonduff Gardening club is holding a coffee morning in the village hall on March 31st 2012.
Miltonduff was named as a caring rural community in Moray by the Press & Journal newspaper in 2009.
Members of the gardening club work hard each year preparing their colourful hanging baskets and gardens for the best kept village in Moray award. They have won the shield six times.
Tourists who spend a holiday at Springburn Log cabins often remark on how beautiful the village is.
Sheila is looking forward to welcoming Charlie the calf to Springburn at the end of May. He is a birthday present from her family. At the moment Charlie is only 4 months old and too young to leave his mother. When he arrives he will have Hamish the donkey and Quester the horse as company in the adjacent field. Hopefully the visitors who spend a holiday at Springburn log cabins will enjoy meeting Charlie and his new friends.
While on holiday at Springburn cabins why not take a short drive to Spey Bay to visit the Scottish Dolphin Centre which opened yesterday. Opening times for the spring season is from 10.30am – 4 pm and entry is free. The centre is open every weekend until March.
While taking a holiday at Springburncabins why don’t you visit the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival which runs from 3 – 7 May.
Glenmoray Distillery which is situated in Elgin and only 4 miles from Miltonduff is hosting a manager’s tour of the distillery on the 4th.
Why not visit Benromach at Forres and join them to sample a selection of old speyside whiskies. For further information go to www.spiritofspeyside.com
Springburn log cabins are pleased to announce the opening of the new fishing loch. This loch is located within view of the osprey cabin and is in the flight path of the osprey.Sandy the owner is a keen fisherman and fishes for salmon on the river Spey and Findhorn.He will advise you on what flies you may need.
Both lochs at Springburn are stocked with rainbow trout.
This is another great attraction to add to our facilities. Why not book now and enjoy a relaxing holiday.