Large, family, self catering holiday home situated on the Laich of Moray ideally placed to explore all that Moray has to offer.
Built in the 1890’s by the 1st Duke of Fife, Easter Kintrae House is a much loved family home. Kintrae,meaning edge of the tide, explains the position of this warm sandstone house, sitting on a small rise and commanding spectacular views across what was once a sea loch but is now an ocean of barley and wheat.
Easter Kintrae is close to the stunning sandy beaches of Hopeman, Lossiemouth, Burghead and Findhorn and is ideally placed to access all the Moray Firth has to offer – water sports at Findhorn ,Lossiemouth and further afield at Lochinsh, Fishing on Spey and Findhorn rivers, sea-fishing, ski-ing, climbing and hill walking in the Cairngorm National Park,miles of Woodland and river walking trails, Golf courses abound – nearest are Hopeman, Elgin and Moray Golf at Lossiemouth – the 18 hole old course is considered one of the finest links courses in Scotland.
The Moray Firth is noted for its resident population of Bottlenose Dolphins – other inhabitants which may be sighted are, porpoises, seals, otters and as occasional summer visitors minke whale and basking sharks…
Distillery tours on the Malt Whisky Trail and the Speyside Whisky Festival, Splendid Scottish Castles such as Ballindalloch, Brodie and Cawdor, Historic Monuments such as Elgin Cathedral, Spynie Palace and Duffus Castle
Elgin lies 3 miles to the South East – here the Moray Leisure Centre provides facilities including swimming pool, indoor skating rink [seasonal] ,health and wellness suite.
Local Retail Therapy opportunities include the famous Johnstons of Elgin [Cashmere/Woolen Mill], Gordon and McPhail Whisky specialists, Baxters of Speyside
Gordonstoun School is 2 miles away by the Village of Duffus.
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