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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‘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 […]

St Michaels is an iconic period town house in Elgin town centre within 5 minutes walking distance of the railway and bus station, 40 minutes from inverness airport and just over an hour from aberdeen airport. The perfect base for your visit to this beautiful part of Scotland.

A warm welcome, comfortable bed and tasty breakfast are waiting for you at the West End Guest House in the heart of Elgin. This handsome Victorian villa is set in its own grounds with ample private parking. Once parked you can leave the car behind and explore Elgin on foot.

Set in the courtyard of our beautiful Steading, but self contained and very private, Carden Cottages offer cosy and very comfortable accommodation whether you are joining us for a mini break, that special family holiday or perhaps for a little longer whilst you find your new home in the Moray area. We offer an ideal […]

Wild History and Whisky Tours are unique – we take a holistic look at the local history and environment that make up Royal Deeside and the beautiful whisky region of Speyside, whilst enjoying some excellent tours and tastings at selected whisky distilleries that incorporate the local β€˜tale’. We concentrate on places slightly off the beaten […]