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Things to do and see in Scotland...

In Moray Speyside there is an abundance of experiences for you to enjoy. As well as being in the heart of Whisky Country, you can be at one with nature, with dolphin watching, wild fowl bird watching in Findhorn Bay and fishing on the River Findhorn.
For those that enjoy heritage, there is Brodie, Cawdor, Ballindalloch Castles close by. Loch Ness with the majestic and historic Urquhart castle are wonderful day trips, and we must mention the Culloden Battlefield, the site of the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745.

Dolphin watching

Creating lifetime memories out of Findhorn Bay

www.north58.co.uk

Salmon Fishing

With Logie Estate on the river Findhorn.

www.logie.co.uk/estate/fishing

Trout Fishing

Mill of Kellas

www.millofkellastroutfishery.co.uk

Moray Fishing Glen Rothes

www.morayflyfishing.co.uk

Castles

Brodie Castle

Home of the Brodie Clan with a stunning interior and Garden.

www.nts.org.uk/Visit/Brodie-Castle/

If you intend visiting many National Trust for Scotland Attractions, it may well worth joining the trust,

www.nts.org.uk/Join

Cawdor Castle

A fairy tail castle but Shhhh! also home to Shakespeare Macbeth! 

www.cawdorcastle.com/The-Castle.aspx

Urquart Castle, Loch Ness

www.historicenvironment.scot/visit-a-place/places/urquhart-castle/

Ballindalloch Castle

Home of the Macpherson-Grants since 1546 and the gardens are stunning.

www.ballindallochcastle.co.uk

Pluscarden Abbey

A community of Benedictine Monks living in the only British Monastery still used for its Original purpose, I must visit for those seeking a moment of quite reflection.  

www.pluscardenabbey.org

Fort George

It is impressive and sticks out into the Moray Firth, wrap up warm.

www.historicenvironment.scot/visit-a-place/places/fort-george

Retail Therapy

Johnstons of Elgin

For world class cashmere

www.johnstonscashmere.com/retail

Knockando Woollen Mill

If your style is individual or you just want a day out to experience a traditional craft, I highly recommend you make plans to visit.

www.knockandowoolmill.org.uk

Brodie Country Fare

Customers come from allover the North of Scotland to visit this retail Emporium.

www.brodiecountryfare.com

Logie Steading

It is very easy to while away a morning of afternoon here, Art Gallery, shops, Gardens and walks. also events and Courses to  interest all manner of interests.

www.logie.co.uk

Gordon Castle

Events such as yearly Highland Games, but is the re-creation of the walled Garden that interests me, with a fantastic restaurant / coffee shop and retail experience.

www.gordoncastle.co.uk

Gordon and Macphail

Some people make a pilgrimage to this Whisky Shop, others visit this Unique shop and become ambassadors.

www.gordonandmacphail.com/our-shop

The Findhorn Foundation

A world famous destination, that attracts people from allover the world.

www.findhorn.org/visit/visitors-centre

Events - Concerts and fun things!

Universal Hall

Music - Film - Humour and Theatre, I am glad I can never predict who or what will perform next, as the diary is so varied.

www.universalhall.co.uk

Brodie Castle Events

Plays - Music - Classic car Shows.

www.nts.org.uk/Visit/Brodie-Castle

Logie Events

We are so lucky to have an establishment that embraces so many events through out the year.

www.logie.co.uk/steading/whatson

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