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Forres

Forres is a Royal Burgh built and Britain in Bloom multiple winning town on the Moray Coast. Kings and princes fought and died here, as Sueno’s Stone – the tallest Pictish carved monument in Scotland - stands testimony. This is the Forres of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

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Dalvey has been the Georgian home of the MacLeod family since 1798, Dalvey House is situated in secluded, wooded grounds near Forres in Scotland’s historical foothills between the mountains and sea in Speyside’s whisky country right on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. It is a much-loved family home and is a wonderful place for […]

The Best Adventures in the UK We offer the best white water rafting in the UK and other adventure activities from our glamping and camping site in Moray, Scotland. Based in Moray on the Logie Estate by the River Findhorn in the highlands of Scotland, UK. The area offers spectacular scenery and is a hidden gem of unexploited Scottish tourism with […]

Nelson Tower was built by the Forres Trafalgar Club to commemorate Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar. From the top it affords spectacular views of the town and Findhorn Bay while it overlooks the town from the summit of Cluny Hill. The tower is a short walk (ten to fifteen minutes) from the car park […]

Located in the Old Armoury, Cairngorm Leaf & Bean specialises in premium packaged coffee beans, which can be ground to your particular requirements, luxurious hot chocolates and teas all crafted in Scotland, complemented by an English grown tea from Cornwall, unique accessories and gifts