Overlooking the 18th green of Lossiemouth s Championship Old Course Covesea Bay and the Moray Firth to the hills of Sutherland and beyond this 100 year old Lodge is an ideal base whatever your activity (or non activity) in the Moray Area..This is the perfect base for the ultimate.unpack once.trip. Moray s 2 links courses are at the very heart of the.north circuit.of championship links golf.
The Sunninghill built in 1869 by a retired merchant sea captain stands imposingly in its grounds which originally contained the buildings own orchard and stables.The Sunninghill is situated not far from Elgin s main shopping centre and within easy walking distance of the city s commercial heart and amenities.
The Laichmoray Hotel is situated in the heart of Speyside malt whisky country in the ancient cathedral city of Elgin. Guests will find the hotel a natural centre for touring the North East.Only 65 miles from Aberdeen and 35 miles from Inverness.This privately owned family run hotel provides a warm & friendly atmosphere for both the business guest and those who wish to take things at a more relaxed pace.The Hotel has 34 bedrooms which are individually styled ranging from single rooms adjoining family accommodation to traditional 4 poster rooms.
The Royal Hotel is situated in Elgin town centre less than 200 metres yards from the train station.. Guests can benefit from free Wi-Fi as well as the free parking in the ample car park..The Royal features individual and unique rooms. They all include a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom.some rooms have a bath and shower available..In the restaurant the menu offers our popular favourites and also more modern cuisine.
The Mansion House Hotel & Country Club is nestled on the banks of the River Lossie within beautiful grounds yet only a few minutes walk to the historical centre of Elgin..The Mansion House Hotel & Country Club is the perfect destination for business pleasure or a special celebration. Decorated in elegant country house style this 19th century Baronial mansion combines the grace of a bygone age with all the modern amenities of a 21st century hotel.
Lossiemouth House was built in 1779 during the reign of King George III. It was the first substantial house built in the town of Lossiemouth and was constructed as a dower house for Lady Agnes Gordon of Gordonstoun (whose estates now form the confines of Gordonstoun School). The photograph below shows Lossiemouth House (the 2nd on the left) and the extent of its original gardens.. Lossiemouth is the birthplace of James Ramsay MacDonald who became the first Labour Prime Minister in 1924.