Short Breaks in Lossiemouth
The county of Moray lies in the north east of Scotland with a beautiful coastline of sandy beaches and fishing villages along the Moray Firth to the north and dramatic mountains inland.
Excellent opportunities for a wide range of outdoor activities are available in Moray including mountain climbing, sailing, diving, skiing and mountain biking. The Dava Way, the Speyside Way, the Moray Coast Trail and the Isla Way are particularly good routes through stunning scenery, for cycling, hiking and horse riding, while the Highland and Cairngorm Mountains present a tempting challenge for climbers and hikers. There are 16 golf courses to choose from and among them is the famous championship Moray Golf Club course at Lossiemouth. Super salmon and trout fishing can be enjoyed on the River Spey and the River Findhorn, as well as sea angling in the Moray Firth.
Moray is rich with history, not least its association with Macbeth - the infamous thane of Shakespeare's play. Auchindoun Castle, Ballindalloch Castle, Balvenie Castle and Lochindorb Castle are just some of the atmospheric historical sites for those with an adventurous interest in history. Moray is home to no less than 50 distilleries and its Malt Whisky Trail is a must for whisky connoisseurs.
Glengower House was built in 1893, it has beautiful views and retains many original features.
- Light and spacious sitting room
- Four large and beautifully furnished bedrooms
- Many stunning beaches along the Moray coastline
- Fabulous working open fire
- Garage has ample space for rods, bikes etc.
Seatown Cottage is a 2 bedroomed fisherman's cottage built around 1850
- Cot, highchair and stair-gates available
- Outstanding views on the banks of the River Lossie
- Ideal for beach, golfing or fishing holiday's
- Large living/dining area
- Both rooms have comfortable window seats