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Elgin

Elgin

Elgin is the perfect location for a Highland adventure, with the majestic mountains of Morayshire to explore, the malt whisky trail to follow and the numerous places of natural beauty to discover, either by hiking, walking or cycling. Elgin lies on the coast of the sparkling Moray Firth, where lucky visitors might view dolphins swimming in the wild. Elgin town centre has an eclectic mixture of shops from speciality boutique stores to high street brands, as well as a great mix of pubs and restaurants – which showcase some of the fantastic local produce available.

We love Elgin because...

  • Highland adventures
  • The malt whisky trail
  • Scenic coastal town
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Hotels
Hotels in Elgin
Eight Acres Hotel and Leisure Club
Morriston Road, Elgin IV30 6UL

Eight Acres Hotel & Leisure Club is set in well-kept gardens and features an extensive leisure club with swimming pool, a games area and the Darroch Restaurant.

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£ 148.00pp
Eight Acres Hotel and Leisure Club
Morriston Road, Elgin IV30 6UL

Eight Acres Hotel & Leisure Club is set in well-kept gardens and features an extensive leisure club with swimming pool, a games area and the Darroch Restaurant.

In and around Elgin

Moray Motor Museum

An impressive museum showcasing a truly outstanding collection of classic, vintage and veteran vehicles, as well as model cars and memorabilia. Learn about the history of each vehicle at the exhibits and discover the history of motoring from the first concepts up until the modern day.

Duffus Castle

The ancestral home of the Moray family, this grand medieval stronghold is one of the only motte and bailey castles in the United Kingdom. These wooden fortifications usually consisted of a keep, with an enclosed courtyard or ‘bailey’, with a final defence of a ditch and palisade fence circling this. Duffus Castle served its purpose for over 500 years, into the 1700’s. Work began anew in the 1300s to build the stone castle that can be seen today. By 1705, unfortunately the castle was abandoned and fell into ruin, although still remains an impressive sight.

Glen Moray Distillery

Experts in the art of distillery, this award-winning single malt has been distilled on the banks of the sparkling River Lossie since 1897. Even today, the whisky is distilled by hand in a steady fashion, never rushed and always in balance. The traditions and learnings of their ancestors are not forgotten, which shines through in the complex whisky produced. A unique feature of the tours at Glen Moray Distillery is that the tours are conducted by the distillery workers themselves – who better to explain the inner workings of the process than the passionate staff who know the distillery like the back of their hand?

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