"Really beautiful accomodation in a great location. Thoroughly recommended." G. 2018
This beautiful stretch of coastline lies on the edge of the Scottish Highlands, with mountains and moorland to the south and long sandy beaches to the north. Woodland walks, delicious seafood, whisky trails, river & sea adventures, and ancient Scottish heritage are all on the doorstep. Tern is a fabulous base from which to explore!
RESTAURANTS & CAFES - Some of our favourites...
The Bakehouse - just a one minute stroll from the cottage. Organic artisan bakery, great coffee, breakfasts, lunches and pizzas in the evening (seasonal)
The Kimberly Inn - traditional pub right on the harbour in Findhorn. The tables outside have stunning views of the bay. The seafood is especially good!
The Drouthy Cobbler - tucked away down a lane in the centre of Elgin. Great food & live entertainment. Lunch & dinner.
The Olive Tree Cafe at Logie Steading. Delicious home-made lunches and scones straight from the oven! Perfect after a walk by the River Findhorn!
A bit further afield:
Sutors Creek - Multi award winning pizzas & seafood in Cromarty on the Black Isle - well worth the journey! It's popular so reservations advised. Their sister cafe Couper's Creek also does great light lunches and ice-creams.
Gordon Castle Walled Garden Cafe newly refurbished with nice lunches and cake - they also make their own Estate gin!
The Cheese Pantry @ Connage Highland Dairy - small cafe at the dairy selling delicious cheese platters.
The Mustard Seed - a good independent restaurant
overlooking the river in Inverness with nice atmosphere.
The Druie at Rothiemurchus - especially good wild venison and their own Estate grown Highland beef.
Inverness Airport - 24 miles (Direct flights from London Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Bristol)
Aberdeen International Airport - 73 miles
Elgin - 13 miles
Inverness - 25 miles
Forres Train Station (Inverness-Aberdeen line) 5 miles