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Elgin HotelsWelcome to Achmillan Guest House.
This 1900 Victorian House is located a mere 5 minute walk from the historic centre of the City of Elgin.
The building forms part of the conservation area.

It is situated in private secluded grounds in a quiet street and has ample private off road parking.

Auchmillan Guest House Accommodation

Facilities include family and double/twin bedrooms all of which have en-suite bathrooms.
- All rooms have Tea and Coffee making facilities.
- All rooms have Freeview TV and Hairdryers.
- There is also a guest lounge with Freeview TV and an exterior sun lounge.
- WiFi Internet Access
- Dining room
- Breakfast is served from: - 7am to 9am Monday to Friday 8am to 9.30 am Saturday and Sunday.

Located a 5 minute walk from the main railway station and 10 minute walk from the bus station it is very accessible to all travellers.
Being minutes from the city centre, visitors have ready access to numerous Restaurants, Pubs, Nightclub and a Cinema.

Elgin, the capital of the Moray region, is a lively market town which grew up in the thirteenth century around the River Lossie.
Much of the original medieval street plan remains, the busy main street opens out onto an old cobbled market place and there are wynds and pends to explore.
There are also numerous scenic places to visit in the Moray area, enjoy.

Moray also has famous attractions such as The Castle Trail, The Speyside Way, The Coastal Trail, The Stone Circle Trail and The Victorian Heritage Trail and not forgetting of course the fantastic, Malt Whisky Trail.

The area is also home to the famous businesses of Baxters of Speyside, Walkers of Aberlour, Johnstons of Elgin, and such famous names in whisky as Glenfiddich, Glen Grant, Glenlivet, Cardhu, Strathisla and Dallas Dhu.

Leisure activities in the area include fishing, sailing, walking, climbing, ice skating, skiing, swimming and numerous Golf courses, so you will find plenty to do in the Elgin area.

Email Auchmillan Guest House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com