The Loft Fun and creative activities both indoors and outdoors for everyone from babies to grandparents. Quad biking, laser tag, grass sledging, zip wire and more.
Landmark Forest Adventure Park, Carrbridge. Eco-friendly adventure park on the edge of the Cairngorms. Suitable for kids of all ages and adventurous adults.
EXPLORE MARINE LIFE
North 58° Sea Adventure. Explore marine wildlife with four regular excursions leaving Findhorn Marina every day.
WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre, Spey Bay. One of the best places to visit in the UK for dolphin watching.
Cairngorms National Park. Everything you need to know about great walking, cycling and climbing.
Dava Way. Take one day or three walking this twenty-four mile footpath following the course of the old Highland Railway.
Moray Coastal Trail. A fifty-mile footpath skirting the Moray Firth along cliff paths, quiet roads and old railway lines. Expect incredible seaside views.
Speyside Way. One of four official 'Long Distance Routes' in Scotland. Follows the course of the River Spey.
It’s rich pickings for keen anglers on the Findorn, Spey or Avon. Here’s a guide to what you can expect.
Logie Steading. Originally built as a model farm in the 1920s and now hosts the independent businesses of artisans and retailers, Café, salmon fishing, walking and more.
The Falconer Museum. One of the oldest museums in the district. Permanent displays include social history, geology, natural history and archaeology.
Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre. Take a tour of the site and discover the events surrounding the tragic end of the 1746 Jacobite Uprising. An Impressive new visitor centre has exciting interactive exhibitions.
Fort George. The mightiest artillery fortification in Britain, built following the 1746 defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie at Culloden. Regimental museum tells the story of the Highland Regiments from just after the Battle of Culloden to the present day.
Knockando Woolmill. Beautifully preserved and restored district mill dating back to 1754. The shop sells the Woolmill’s tartan textiles. Lovely garden cafe with a working waterwheel.
Speyside is the centre of excellence for Scottish whisky and you are spoiled for choice if your plan is to develop your understanding of this tradition. Whether you join the Malt Whisky Trail or visit individual distilleries, you are coming to the right place to discover Scotland’s whisky heritage.
The Malt Whisky Trail
Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery
The Glenlivet Distillery
The Macallan Visitor Centre
The Highlands have a long and rich tradition of providing some of the best golfing opportunities in the world. Enjoy a game with the Moray coastline as your back drop.
WHERE TO EAT
The Duck House, Forres. Good à la carte menu.
The Old Mill, Forres. Good pub food.
Kristoff’s Bistro, Forres. Scottish cuisine and beyond. Vegan and gluten-free options.
The Bothy Bistro, Burghead. Excellent seafood.
The Kimberley Inn, Findhorn. Fantastic pub with great fish and chips.
The Bandstand, Nairn. Great food and sea views.
Sundancer, Nairn Harbour. Plenty of vegetarian and gluten free options. Great sea views.
Boath House Restaurant & The Kale Yard Garden Café, Nairn. Wood-fired pizza, lovely garden. Go posh or not!