You can't visit Findhorn without popping into this place at least once. In Winter it has a great roaring fire and in summer just a great place to sit and take in the sunshine with a refreshing drink and good food.
Our favourite place to enjoy seafood in a very authentic setting of an ancient inn at the spectacular bay of Findhorn Village...ask for fresh Mussels if you are close to a Thursday!
There is nothing quite like sitting in front of the pub in the sun with a drink watching the world go by.
“If you fancy getting out of the mountains for an afternoon we love walking and swimming at the beach here. There’s some good farm shops in the area if you want to get lunch too ”
Point of Interest
“A ruined castle close to Elgin, built in the 1300s which is free to visit and open year round.”
“A restaurant downstairs. There is a play room where you can also eat upstairs. Out door play area for kids.Food so so. It is family friendly.”
“A regular stop off for the family when we travel up this way, whether its for fly cup (coffee/tea and a home bake) or for lunch, good food and a great selection of quality scottish food, home wares and clothes which would make great souvenirs.”