Moray has plenty of accommodation options for visitors wanting to stay comfortably and close to some of the most historical sightseeing locations in the town. This article showcases some of the most in-demand and popular inns throughout Moray.
Knockomie Inn is a family-run stone house built in 1812, situated 1.4 miles from Forres town centre and 4.1 miles from 16th -century Brodie Castle. The Hotel provides decorated rooms with TV and coffee and tea facilities. With some of the larger rooms, doors are leading to a patio and the garden.
One of the best things besides the beautiful garden is the Full Scottish breakfast which is included. The restaurant provides grills, afternoon tea, and a full whisky bar.
Bankhouse B&B offers comfortable and stylish accommodation. They are situated in the centre of the village of Aberlour and overlooks the square. Close by sites include Littler Park and the Speyside way along the River Spey. The River Spey is Scotland’s famous salmon and whisky river and is in close distance to Aberlour Malt Whisky Distillery, the whisky shop, and the original walker’s shortbread shop.
Some of the special amenities they offer include bicycle rental, Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and canoeing. This is a great option for visitors wanting to explore the scenery with bicycles or by walking. The river provides beautiful views and fun outings.
Blervie House is a beautiful historic Country House set in a rural area of Moray Speyside. It stands as the only current 5 Star accommodation in the area of Moray. The guest house is nestled in a 300-acre private estate which is free for guests to roam and enjoy the views. The estate provides extensive views of the serene Moray Firth and the North Coast of Scotland.
Blervie House has 12 spacious bedrooms in a pristine and quiet setting to enjoy the beautiful scenery. The rooms are furnished with antique traditional furniture and pieces with interesting stories.
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