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Government and education
“Worth a visit and having a Cortado at the Café along with an essential almond croissant to wash it down with (need to get there early for those!).”
  • 20 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“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.”
  • 14 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“Mon-Sun 10am-4pm, Bakery / Restaurant, Beach and good spot for a boat ride to see dolphins.”
  • 13 moradores locais recomendam
Café
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“Friendly staff. Dog friendly. Great breakfast. Great place to sit and have a glass off wine and watch the on water activities. New for 2020 fish and chip van 4.30 to 8 daily”
  • 6 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“Excellent, wholesome food with excellent vegetarian options. Always busy but worth the wait.”
  • 7 moradores locais recomendam
Travel Agency
“Well worth a trip out on the boat with these guys. Knowledgeable and friendly wildlife tours available on one of their fast ribs. Check their website for sailing times and excursions on offer. ”
  • 5 moradores locais recomendam
Health
“Celebrating the positive, the Phoenix store specialises in local, organic, fairtrade, ethical and artisan foods and products. Great selection of chocolate!”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“Delicious lunches, scones and cakes in a beautiful, peaceful setting within the Findhorn ecovillage.”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Porto / Marina
“The marina runs courses and lessons in sailing, powerboating and paddleboarding for children and adults. My children have all learned to sail there and we have found the staff to be friendly, enthusiastic and knowledgeable. You can also book boat tours of the Moray Firth here - great for spotting seals and dolphins. There is also a great cafe (fish and chips, local ices, etc) which you can enjoy at tables overlooking the bay.”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Point of Interest
Bus Station
“Lovely little pub serving good food. Chicken tikka a speciality. Excellent seafood.”
  • 1 morador local recomenda
Post Office
“VILLAGE STORE & POST OFFICE just a one minute stroll from the cottage. Perfect for essentials and has a ATM. THE BAKEHOUSE - (next door to the convenience store) Delicious organic artisan bread and cakes! They also sell a range of fresh organic fruit and vegetables. THE PHOENIX STORE in the Findhorn Foundation Park is approx 1 mile from Tern with a great range of wholefoods and a natural apothecary. ”
  • 1 morador local recomenda
Pier
“FINDHORN The small village of Findhorn is situated on the Moray Firth Coast in close proximity to Forres, Inverness and Elgin. The village enjoys expansive views over the shallow waters of the bay to Culbin Forest. The bay is home to a marina, restaurants and a nature reserve. Findhorn is famous for its long beach and occasionally seals come to visit. RESTAURANTS & BARS There are restaurants and cafes within close walking distance of Driftwood Cottage. The Kimberley Inn and the Crown & Anchor Inn are restaurants and bars and The Bakehouse Cafe where you can enjoy fresh home-made, home-cooked and organic fare. Seafood is also available at the Piers Seafood cafe beside the Pier, most will do take away & fish & chips, closest to the main beach is The Captains Table which is also licensed at the Marina for meals and ice creams. You can also enjoy food at the world famous Findhorn Foundation's Blue Angel Cafe which is located just outside of Findhorn. A short drive up the road to Kinloss and The Abbey Inn which has been recently refurbished sells both bar and restaurant meals. Forres boasts many excellent restaurants including The Mosset Tavern, Ramnee and for a 5 star experience the Cluny Bank Hotel. THE VILLAGE There is lots to keep you busy in Findhorn; days at the beach, water sports, bird-watching and a water taxi will sail you over the Bay to a quiet sandy beach. The Findhorn Foundation is a short walk from the village. You can spend a day walking through the eco-village and the shops or attending one of the many events at the Moray Art Centre or the Universal Hall. MALT WHISKY TRAIL Moray is home to no fewer than 51 Malt Whisky distilleries, many of which are open to visitors, discover the process behind making whisky and take the trip round the only Malt Whisky Trail in the world, Forres is home to 2 of the distilleries included in the trail, the Benromach and the Dallas Dhu. HISTORIC Moray has an abundance of historic buildings including castles, cathedrals, palaces and abbeys many of which are nearby. Well worth a visit is Pluscarden Abbey which is still the home for a cloister of Benedictine monks. THE MORAY COAST TRAIL Explore the Moray Coast by foot or cycling. With its marvellous landscapes from rugged cliffs, caves and sheltered coves to fishertown harbours and sweeping stretches of sandy beaches, Moray has a coastline alive with wildlife that would be the envy of many other regions in Britain. GOLFING Moray boasts an abundance of golf courses including many links courses. The nearest golf course is a 9 hole course at Kinloss and Forres boasts a fair challenge for any level of golfer. In its recent history Forres Golf Course has been honoured to host events such as the Scottish Professional Championship, the Northern Open and the Scottish Young Professionals Championships. FISHING There are many fishing opportunities on the River Findhorn which runs in to Findhorn Bay including salmon fishing and sea trout. VISITOR ATTRACTIONS For a good day out explore any one of Moray's famous attractions including; Baxters Highland Village - worldwide exporters of very fine soups and jams; Johnstons of Elgin - the famous cashmere factory; Walkers Shortbread and Logie Steading with a variety of unusual shops and cafe; to name but a few. Morayvia Interactive Sci-Tech Aviation Visitors centre Nearby in Kinloss is the Morayvia Interactive Sci-Tech Aviation Visitors centre at the Army base. It is now closed for the winter and will reopen at weekends from March 2018 when you can visit Moray's unique science and technology experience project, developed and delivered by volunteers. Key to the experience are your guides who range from experienced aircrew and engineers, who flew or maintained many of the exhibits when they were in service, to aerospace experts. This team will enhance your tour of the external aircraft/ cockpits and fire engines, our internal Search and Rescue, Nimrod, and related exhibits. For an entirely different experience, immerse yourself in the planetarium, a 7 metre wrap-around cinema, with shows that run during our opening hours. WINTER SPORTS There are 2 ski centres in the Highlands - the Cairngorms and the Lecht. Both enjoy long seasons. ”
  • 17 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Findhorn Bay is part of the Findhorn Bay Nature Reserve, a place of beauty and tranquility. Findhorn Beach is a sandy beach, with dunes and pebbles, and dramatic differences between the tides. It is home to a colony of seals, and occasionally dolphins can be seen. An excellent place for short or long walk, even all the way to Burghead.”
  • 1 morador local recomenda
Spiritual Center
“Surrounded by woods and gardens the Cluny Hill site is the location for many of the courses held by the Findhorn Foundation.”
  • 1 morador local recomenda

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Bar
“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.”
  • 14 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
  • 1 morador local recomenda

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