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Elgin

The royal burgh of Elgin, the administrative and commercial centre for Moray Speyside, was founded in the early 12th century by King David I of Scotland when there was a castle on Ladyhill. The medieval street pattern can still be seen in the core of the historic town.

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We provide Tours & Transport around Moray, Speyside & Highlands. Airport transfers to & from Aberdeen & Inverness airports. Bespoke range of tours, whisky, food & drink, golf & local history. Why not travel along the Malt Whisky Trail, discover the Moray Coast and learn about Moray’s Heritage. Moray Firth Tours specialises in catering for […]

When James Gordon and John Alexander MacPhail announced the opening of their central and commodious premises on South Street, Elgin, on 24th May 1895 they would be proud to see it still trading today. When you visit the shop you will be greeted with the aroma of home cooked local gammon, the largest selection of […]

Darwin Cottage Self Catering lies high on the banks of the River Lossie overlooking Elgin City. It is a sunny cottage facing south and is tucked away at the end of a private drive amidst the five acres of peaceful grounds of a magnificent Georgian Mansion. There are three bedrooms, a double bedroom, a twin […]

The Lodge is described as ‘One of the outstanding town houses of Elgin’ Located in a quiet conservation area, and is only a 5 minute walk from the Town Centre and the Railway Station. We have a variety of bedrooms, all with warmth and comfort in mind to make you feel special. Breakfasts can be […]

The Maverston Golf Course near Urquhart – only minutes� drive from Elgin and Fochabers – offers golfers an inclusive, friendly and welcoming environment in which to enjoy our 18-hole 6,335-yard Par 71 18 hole parkland course and a 9-hole, 1250 yard Par 3 course, Maverston Golf Course is set to compliment Moray�s fantastic array of […]

Richard and Angela Wimble welcome you to the Heather Glen Guest House. The ideal base for your visit to Elgin. The Heather Glen Guest House is centrally located in the historical and picturesque town of Elgin. It is a minute’s walk from Elgin High St with a multitude of shops, pubs and restaurants close by.

Elgin Cathedral This magnificent ruin dates back to the 13th Century and is one of Scotlands most beautiful medieval buildings. Almost destroyed in 1390 by Alexander Stewart, the infamous ‘Wolf of Badenoch’. You can see the Bishop’s home at Spynie Palace, two miles north of the town. Magnificent views from the NW tower. Apart from […]

‘PARRANDIER’ is at the heart of the area known as ‘The Laich of Moray’. The Laich lies in the shelter of the GRAMPIAN HIGHLANDS and is well-known for its dry and sunny climate. Your spirits lift as you approach the edge of the small village of Urquhart and spy the inspiring 70ft tower of the […]