Travel Guide - Elgin, Morayshire

Elgin is a former cathedral town, with a long and fascinating history, which is positioned on the shores of the Moray Firth. The cobbled streets, old architecture and stunning countryside all make up the lovable nature of this town, making it a firm favourite for visitors who want to experience all that Scotland has to offer.

There are many great buildings around the immediate area that are a must see if you are visiting Elgin. The castles, cathedrals and palaces hark back to a bygone era and give a fantastic insight into what life was like for the local people hundreds of years ago.

We also have a local museum, which is one of Britain’s oldest museum dating back since 1843. Also make sure to make a visit to the most famous whisky region, the ‘Malt Whisky Trail’ – which is right on our doorstep. Below is a list of popular attractions in the local area that we think you should visit during your stay with us.