Forres and Moray

Around Forres and Moray

Spectacular views in the Cairngorms National Park

There are lots of things to do for everyone while on holiday in Moray.  So much is available not far from Tullochwood Lodges.

Nearby the delightful floral town of Forres, four miles away, has excellent shopping and sporting amenities including tennis, golf and swimming.

The annual Highland Games are held each July.  To find out what’s happening in and around Forres please visit www.forresweb.net

Further afield the Cairngorm National Park, Loch Ness, Inverness, Aviemore, Landmark Visitor Centre at Carrbridge, the Wildlife Park at Kingussie, Ospreys at Boat of Garten and fishing villages along the Moray coast are all worth a visit.

For the more adventurous, full day expeditions will take you to the West of Scotland, the Island of Skye or for a cruise on Loch Ness

What’s your passion?

Specific interests and hobbies are also well catered for.

The Malt Whisky Trail allows you to see the distilling process and sample Scotland’s most famous product.  There are many golf courses in the area.  Forest and beach walks are in abundance.

Fishing, riding, skiing, bird watching and water sports at Findhorn are also readily available.

There are many places of interest to visit.  Brodie and Cawdor Castles are close by, as well as Elgin Cathedral, Culloden Battlefield and Fort George.  Or you can simply enjoy the wildlife.

Alternatively you may be visiting children at Gordonstoun School, friends or family at RAF Lossiemouth or RAF Kinloss, in which case Tullochwood Lodges is the ideal base being less than a forty minute drive to Gordonstoun or Lossiemouth and even closer to Kinloss.

No matter the reason for your stay, we’ve listed a few ideas in the right hand column to get your started and help you get the best from your visit.