Fincairn Bed & Breakfast
Brodie Castle is half a mile away. open to visitors between April and September. There you can visit the coffee shop or walk in the grounds and visit The Shrubbery. There is a duck pond to walk round and hides from where you can view the ducks and swans.
Just 3 and a half miles away is the Royal Burgh of Forres, famous for its many Britain in Bloom Awards. Grant Park is inviting with its many floral attractions or sit in the peaceful Sunken Gardens and see the water features. Nelson Tower built in 1806, is 70ft high and is octagonal in shape, from here you can see The Moray Firth and the hills beyond.
Culbin Forest is 1 mile West and abounds with wildlife, here you can walk, cycle or take the new Hill 99 route which leads to the viewpoint where you can see Sutherland in the distance and the canopy of Scots Pines.
Findhorn Bay is about 7 miles away with sandy beaches and you can watch the seals play or the Osprey fishing in the Bay. Findhorn Foundation is a Community based on Spiritual values founded in 1962, 29 Ecological Buildings can be found there.
A well known area is Aviemore, splendid scenery for walks, skiing and fishing. Or take the funicular railway, opened in 2001. It climbs 460mtrs to the Ptarmigan Station which is 150 mtrs below the summit of the mountain. The Osprey hide at Boat of Garten is a great visitor attraction, you can watch the birds and chicks through binoculars, what a rare sight for all.
If you are a golf enthusiast in Moray we have the best. There is a course at Kinloss and Forres. Nairn boasts two championship courses and there are many more in N.E.Scotland.
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This page was last updated: 22 June 2010