A privately owned beach. Findhorn Bay is in a sheltered estuary noted for its birdlife, particularly migrating wildfowl. It is also much favoured for watersports and as a destination for coastal ramblers. The Local Nature Reserve is managed by local people.
Beach type: sand
Nearest town: Forres
Local authority: Moray Council
OS Grid Reference: NJ049646
Tourist Information Point
The Falconer Museum
Phone 01309 673701
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Set in an Edwardian mansion, the 4-star Ramnee Hotel features leafy gardens and a traditional restaurant. The hotel is situated just outside Forres centre, adjacent to Grant Park. Details...
Nestling in the bank of Cluny Hill, this small, family-run Victorian hotel offers award-winning food and overlooks the beautiful village of Forres, between Aberdeen and Inverness. Details...
Set in 4 acres of attractive gardens, the Knockomie Hotel offers individually-styled rooms, scenic views and an impressive Malt Library, with over 100 Scottish whiskies. Built in 1821, the Knockomie Hotel offers free parking and free Wi-Fi. Details...
Carden Holiday Cottages offers accommodation in Elgin. Glen Moray Distillery is 6 km from the property. Free WiFi is featured and free private parking is available on site. Details...
Nested in 28 acres of woodland with its own lake and children’s playground, Tullochwood Lodges feature self-catering accommodation, 4 miles from Forres. BBQ facilities are available on site together with free private parking. Details...
Situated 3 minutes’ walk from the beach, Station Hotel is a family-run property with a restaurant serving home-cooked meals. Free WiFi, an en-suite bathroom and a TV are featured in each room at Station Hotel, along with tea/coffee making... Details...
Mint Cottage is a traditional, stone-built cottage set in the coastal port of Findhorn on the Moray Firth coast. With three bedrooms including one super king-size double (which can be a twin on request), plus one standard double and one ground floor single with an additional pull-out stacker bed, this cottage can sleep up to six people. Details...
The Steading Tower is a tower shaped cottage, on the outskirts of the village of Kinloss, 10 miles from Elgin in Morayshire. This cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of one double leading to one second floor twin, as well as a shower room, which is accessed via the first floor sitting area. Details...
Little Boyne House is a charming, lower ground floor cottage, set within a listed building built around 1780 for a sugar merchant, based in Jamaica. The cottage can sleep up to three people featuring two bedrooms, including a double room, which leads into a single bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a door leading out onto the side terrace. Details...
Siloch is a stone-built, semi-detached cottage set in the village of Auldearn, two miles from Nairn. With one double bedroom, this cottage can sleep two people. There's also a ground floor bathroom, a kitchen and a sitting room with dining area. Details...
Just two miles from the centre of the Victorian seaside town of Nairn lies this pleasant holiday home, a modern, tastefully furnished ground floor flat in a new development. Details...
Hadden is a stone built terraced cottage, situated in a quiet lane in Nairn in Scotland. The cottage sleeps eight people in four bedrooms - one ground floor double, one double, one twin and one single with additional stacker bed. Details...