Bethany Seaside Holiday Cottage in Lossiemouth
Lossiemouth is a coastal village on the Moray Firth, five miles north of Elgin. The eastern harbour has a spectacular yachting marina, while the railway sheds that used to service it have been swept away in favour of harbourside houses and flats . The northern harbour continues to protect vessels of all shapes and sizes; and there remains a resident fishing fleet and a fishmarket there.
Lossiemouth has a welcoming atmosphere. It has a small and compact centre, where you find some lovely little shops, restaurants, a bakery, coffee shops, ice cream parlours and more.
The highlights of Lossiemouth are the two amazing beaches; One, West Beach, stretches for three miles to the west, beyond the headland housing Covesea Lighthouse. The East Beach extends even further to the east of Lossiemouth. It begins with the spit of sand and dunes backed by the length of the River Lossie as it parallels the sea before emerging in Lossiemouth.
Lossiemouth also offers visitors a range of golfing opportunities, including the Moray Golf Club on the west side of the town, overlooking the West Bay. Also on the west side of the town are the landing lights signifying the end of one of the runways of RAF Lossiemouth. The RAF station opened in 1939 and has since become an integral part of the local community, providing now a home for Typhoon aircrafts.
Lossiemouth is a good and central place to explore the Malt Whisky Trail, the Moray Coastal Route and amazing castles.