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Lossiemouth

The Riviera of the North where two stunning beaches to the East and West flank the harbour. The West is dominated by the iconic Covesea Lighthouse, while the East meets the town at the River Lossie and offers stunning views  of the iconic old wooden bridge.

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Holiday Rental in Lossiemouth – Number 3 Marina Quay is a superb first floor apartment located in the Scottish seaside town of Lossiemouth, often described as the ‘Jewel of Moray’. Now available for holiday rentals, this apartment is one of only nine properties in Lossiemouth’s most sought after location. Having been lovingly maintained as a […]

Poseidon’s Inn offers 13 en-suite rooms, some overlooking the golf course and the beach. It is room only but is situated next door to our sister hotel The Golf View Hotel & MacIntosh Restaurant where you can grab yourself a bite to eat.

Our luxury apartment has fantastic views to the West along the beach and the golf course on one side, whilst from the other side you can see across the edge of town and the Moray Firth. Within minutes you can be walking along Lossiemouth West Beach, whilst slightly further away across town is the spectacular […]

Seatown Cottage is a traditional fisherman’s cottage built around 1850. Accommodation comprises two bedrooms, open plan dining, lounge and kitchen, with a separate tv room and a beach front patio area. Just a quiet road separates Seatown Cottage from the river Lossie and the bridge across to the fabulous East Beach. The cottage provides bright […]

Outfit Moray is a charity that aims to make a difference to the lives of others, by actively developing the potential of young people, their families and communities, through accessible and affordable outdoor learning and adventure: encouraging life skills and improving physical and mental health.

In light of updated Scottish Government advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the decision to close public access to our staffed properties and offices until further notice. For five centuries until 1686, Spynie Palace was the residence of the bishops of Moray. The beauty of the surroundings and the substantial wildlife and birdsong make […]