Lossiemouth House
Your 18th century home
in the north of Scotland
3-Star B&B


The town of Lossiemouth boasts a harbour for pleasure craft as well as fishing boats. There are two superb beaches, two 18-hole championship golf courses, and extensive recreational facilities including tennis, putting, bowling, and sailing. The surrounding area offers a wide variety of attractions and is especially noted for its malt whisky distilleries which are open to the public. There are numerous buildings of historic interest and architectural beauty together with breath-taking scenery and exhilarating walks.

The following links provide some information on things to do in the area:

The web site of the town of Lossiemouth.

  1629 Restaurant
Moray's No. 1 continental and seafood restaurant.

  Duffus Castle
The nearby ruins of a Norman castle.

  Spynie Palace
The residence of the Bishops of Moray from the 14th to 17th century.

  Speyside Whisky Distilleries
Maps and information on all local distilleries.

  Baxters of Speyside
Tour the site and learn the Baxters Story.

  A Golfer's Guide to Moray
Golf courses at Lossiemouth and beyond.

  Outfit Moray
Voluntary outdoor learning and adventure service.

  The Landmark Centre
A forest heritage park at Carrbridge.

  Visit Scotland
The web site for the Scottish Tourist Board.

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