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As you might expect, there are many excellent golf courses in and around Lossiemouth. With varying degrees of difficulty, these courses offer golfers to try out their expertise on Scotland's infamous 'links courses'.

Most of these golf courses offer discounts when you stay at the Skerry Brae.

Moray New & Old Courses
Telephone: 01343 812018
Facsimile: 01343 815102
Hopeman Golf Club
Telephone: 01343 830578
Facsimile: 01343 815102
Forres Golf Club
Telephone: 01309 672250
Facsimile: 01309 672250
Elgin Golf Club
Telephone: 01343 542338
Facsimile: 01343 542341
Garmouth and Kingston Golf Course
Telephone: 01343 870388
Facsimile: 01343 870338


Spynie Palace - The residence of the bishops of Moray from the 14th century to 1686.

Johnstons of Elgin Cashmere Visitor Centre - Johnstons of Elgin has been creating the finest woollen and cashmere cloth, clothing and accessories.

Elgin Cathedral - a historic ruin in the town centre of Elgin

Walking & Cycling
Walking - Moray has a varied landscape with a coastline of sandy beaches and rocky cliffs, woodlands, rivers and hills. See and for more information.

Cycling - Many of the walking routes listed are also suitable for cyclists. The Moray Coastal Cycle route extends from Burghead to Cullen and can be joined at Lossiemouth. See Moray coastal cycle route

Malt Whisky Trail

No visit to Moray is complete without visiting at least one of the famous malt whisky distilleries. Steeped in history and exported to the far corners of the world, whisky is one of Scotland's most famous products. Well worth a visit are Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown , Glenmoray Distillery, Elgin, Benromach, Forres and Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery which is run as a visitor museum by Historic Scotland.
The Malt Whisky Trail

Lossiemouth Hotel for Golfing in Moray ~ Golfing Lossiemouth ~ Golfing Elgin ~ Golfing Forres ~ Golfing Hopeman ~ Golfing Garmouth