A craft brewery in the heart of Scotland’s whisky country.
At Benromach, we handcraft our whisky and make it slowly, the time-honoured way. Using the finest natural ingredients our 3 distillers orchestrate every second of the distillation process; there are no short cuts to perfection. We make it this way to give our whisky that gorgeous pre-1960s Speyside character: beautifully balanced with a light touch […]
The Burgie Riding Centre operates from within The Burgie Estate. We offer lead rein rides, group lessons, private lessons and show jumping lessons for children and adults, or experienced horse riders can choose to hack around a picturesque setting of the 1500 acre Burgie Estate. We also currently offer full, part and working livery to […]
The Findhorn Bay area of Moray provides an inspiring backdrop of beautiful pine woodlands, miles of sandy beaches and idyllic fishing villages, and is home to many talented artists, including musicians, film-makers, dancers, performers, photographers, comedians, novelists, storytellers and poets, all of whom produce work which reflects and celebrates the landscape and culture in which […]
Fine art, antique furniture and centuries of history make this huge apartment a splendid place to celebrate family occasions or spoil your visiting guests. The Late Ninian Brodie lived here until 2003, and it has all the comfort of a luxury modern home, while being spread across three floors of magnificent turreted castle. 14 guests […]
Situated in the heart of the ancient Royal Burgh town of Forres, Heather Lodge is a Victorian stone built villa packed with original features. Heather Lodge was built in 1897 and has recently been lovingly restored with many of its original features still intact. With stained and varnished floorboards, cast-iron radiators and sash windows. The […]
Quality Self catering holiday accommodation in Dyke, near Forres. Park Neuk cottage is situated at the heart of the picturesque village of Dyke near Forres in Moray. The cottage location makes this the perfect base for exploring all that the North of Scotland has to offer including the castle & whisky trails, Moray Firth coast […]
The present St Laurence Church stands on a site which has been used for Christian worship since the middle of the 13th century, when Scots King Alexander III erected a chapel in honour of St Laurence as a memorial to his late wife Margaret. The present building is relatively modern. Its foundation stone was laid […]