Moray Remembers

100 years after the Armistice a pamphlet retelling the stories of the Edinkillie men who died in the Great War is being published.  A poignant reminder of the men who gave up ordinary lives for the trenches.  Copies available at Edinkillie Church, or read it online here.

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BANTRACH COTTAGE

 
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Whether fishing the deep pools of the River Findhorn, tackling Morayshire's stunning golf links and courses, or relaxing with friends and family amidst the space and beauty of the highland moorland, the Bantrach Cottage is the perfect base for you.  Visit just once and you will be returning for the rest of your life.

Nine miles from the town of Forres, the Bantrach looks out over lovely moorland hills and the winding River Divie.  Furnished and decorated with maximum relaxation in mind, the sofas and beds are deep and comfortable with good heating and a wonderful fireside making it a cosy home-from-home. 

Step outside the door and you are almost immediately on the Dava Way path which stretches right from Grantown-on-Spey to Forres through some of Morayshire's most beautiful scenery.  Soft burnsides and hill lochs provide perfect spots for picnicing.

Ten minutes further on the salmon fishing of the River Findhorn beckons (see side bar for booking information). Within half an hour the stunning golf links of Castle Stuart, Nairn and Inverness entice all standards of golfer, while the endless sea views, dolphins and seals of Findhorn Bay and Culbin Sands are a must. 

For those who crave a bit of civilisation, the renowned Malt Whisky Trail traverses Morayshire's historic distilleries, and the famous Elgin Woollen Mill is the place to stock up on Scottish cashmere and winter woollens.


About Morayshire

Morayshire is Scotland's hidden gem.  Tucked just to the east of Inverness and north of Aviemore, it offers a taste of everything Scotland has to offer - all within one county.  

Beautiful purple heather and moorland hills merge into fertile fields and verdent river valleys which in turn give way to the stunning Moray Firth coastline.

All in all it is no wonder that fishermen, golfers and holidayers have been returning to us year after year.  Once you vist you will be hooked for life!