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Elgin Scotland

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Set in the stunning Moray countryside yet only a short walk into the quaint town of Elgin, Oldmills Garden offers superior accommodation for our guests, be it a day, a week or as long as you like, simply come along and enjoy our home, the surroundings and the delights that Moray has to offer.

Oldmills Gareden Accommodation

We are pleased to offer a choice of 2 double rooms and 1 triple room, all of which are en- suite.

Additional facilities include:
• TV in room, with freeview and either DVD or Video facility
• Hospitality tray in room
• Hairdryer in room
• WiFi
• Iron / Ironing board available for guest use
• CD Player available

All rooms have scenic views overlooking the garden and countryside.

Residents may make use of our private garden.

Guests may bring food into the home, we respectfully request that should you wish to bring food into the house then we are happy for you to do so provided it is consumed within the dining room.

Oldmills Garden Bed and Breakfast is centrally heated throughout and is suitable for disabled guests.

Smoking is not permitted within the house.

Business travellers are more than welcome.

We regret that we cannot accommodate pets.

Nearby we have the stunning beaches of Lossiemouth, Burghead, Hopeman and Findhorn, a great day out during the warmer weather or alternatively ideal for a brisk walk at any time of year.

For the energetic we have an abundance of activities available locally, Moray offers a great selection to choose from including golf, fishing, hill walking, sailing, surfing, horse riding, mountain biking and leisure cruises, here you are sure to find something to suit everyone.

There is a wealth of activities in the area, including golf, fishing, cycling, birdwatching and sailing with whisky and castle trails on the doorstep. Enjoy the sea walks along this spectacular part of the coastline or explore the pretty forest walks in the area. Ideally situated for visiting Aberdeen and Inverness, the Highland capital of the north.

Shops and pubs 100 yards.

Family favourites over the years consist of:

The Findhorn Foundation and Eco Village:
The Findhorn Foundation is part of an international spiritual community living, studying and working together in the northeast of Scotland. It was founded in 1962 by Peter and Eileen Caddy and Dorothy Maclean on the principles that God, or the source of life, is accessible to each of us at all times, and that nature, including the planet, has intelligence and is part of a much greater plan.....more

The Malt Whisky Trail:
Whisky purists must visit Speyside, home to over half of Scotland's Malt Whisky distilleries, not all of which are open to the public. The Malt Whisky Trail is a local marketing initiative established to promote the region's Whisky heritage and encourage tourism.
Eight distilleries and a cooperage form the Malt Whisky Trail in however this does not include all the distilleries in the area. The trail itself is well-marked at the roadside at various points and the distilleries can be visited in any convenient order. Some are popular with coach parties, but others are more esoteric.

Inverness, The Highland Capital:

There's plenty to see and do in and around Inverness – just leave yourself enough time.
Browse city shops old and new, from the Victorian Market to the new award-winning shopping complex, Eastgate II. Take a stroll to Inverness Castle, currently used as a courthouse, and St Andrew's Cathedral, which dominate the River Ness and what has been described as one of the most beautiful riverside settings in Britain.
Enjoy the fine circular walk from the castle along the river and through the Ness Islands where, in the peak season from July to October, you can watch anglers casting long lines to leaping Atlantic salmon. Buy a daily ticket and try it for yourself.

Above the city lies Craig Phadrig, once the stronghold of Pictish Kings, which offers interesting forest walks. From here you can enjoy magnificent views of the Moray Firth, home to a diverse range of wildlife including bottlenose dolphins which can be seen from the shore or on trips available from harbours along the coast.
Getting to Oldmills Garden is extremely straightforward.

We are located just off the A96 trunk road which runs between Aberdeen and Inverness.
Travelling From Inverness by Car
From Inverness direction proceed along the A96, as you enter Elgin, turn 2nd left after the Eight Acres into Sheriffmill and right into Jock Inksons Brae carry on down and we are the first and only house on the left-hand side.
Travelling From Aberdeen by Car
From Aberdeen direction proceed along the A96 through Elgin, turn 2nd right before the Eight Acres into Sheriffmill and right into Jock Inksons Brae carry on down and we are the first and only house on the left-hand side.

Email Oldmills Garden Bed and Breakfast enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com