Only 3 miles away is Forres – one of Scotland’s oldest small towns. Situated in Moray, about 27 miles north east of the Highland capital of Inverness, the town boasts a classic castle with impressive parks and gardens containing outstanding floral sculptures.
Home to a number of craft shops and art galleries, Forres and the surrounding area hosts a number of cultural events, including the carnival style Culture Day and bi-annual Findhorn Bay Festival in September.
Elgin. Only 10 miles away is the Capital of Moray with all amenities you would expect from a large town including supermarkets, shopping Centre and retail parks etc.
“The jewel of the Moray coast” Situated in the beautiful Findhorn Bay of Moray, the eco-village of Findhorn has a magnificent beach, a delightful harbour and a small heritage centre.
It is internationally known as the home of the Findhorn Foundation – a self-sufficient eco-friendly community based on spiritual values founded in 1962.
The nearby Findhorn Bay, Burghead Bay and Culbin Forest are great places for wildlife, walking and watersports.
We have a bus stop at the park entrance which is on the main Forres to Elgin route. There is a railway station in Forres which is on the main Inverness to Aberdeen line. Only 30 mins drive away is Inverness Airport which has regular flights to all over the UK and Europe.