Lossiemouth holiday cottages – experience “the jewel of Moray Firth”
Perched on the north coast of Scotland, easily accessible from Aberdeen or Edinburgh, this rural village has a population of under 7,000, and you can spend your days on the beach, or exploring nearby castles or whiskey distilleries. Lossiemouth is a great place to bring your dog on holiday. Many holiday cottages in Lossiemouth allow pets, and Silversands Beach and East Beach have no dog restrictions. Particularly if you live in a city, your dog will be thrilled to explore the vast expanses of Moray countryside that are just practically outside the front door of your Lossiemouth holiday cottage. The Glenlivet Estate and Cairngorms National Park are particularly worth walking in, whether you have a four-legged with you or not. Sailors can enjoy all that the Royal Findhorn Yacht Club, Lossiemouth Cruising Club, Moray Firth Sailing School and Nairn Sailing Club have to offer, and windsurfing, canoeing, fishing and waterskiing are also popular – the watersports choices here rival even Cowes! The Lossiemouth area is also home to some castles such as Findlater, Duffus, Fyvie – said to be haunted! – and Ballindalloch, which has been lived in continuously since 1546. Elgin Cathedral, Elgin Museum and Duff House are some other top attractions that are all within a short drive of your Lossiemouth holiday rental. And you can’t talk about this area without mentioning whiskey! Check out the world famous Glenlivet, Macallan and Glenfiddich distilleries, or go for something different and visit the smaller Aberlour or Benromach distilleries. A stay in a Lossiemouth holiday cottage is sure to please everybody!