Moray Speyside has lots of accommodation options. Self Catering is popular choice here and most towns and villages will have a number of interesting properties nearby.
Hotel Accommodation can be a bit harder to find especially in peak season. There is very little evidence of the big hotel chains here although the budget hotels of Premier Inn and Travelodge are starting to appear. Instead we have a eclectic mix of hotels, often old railway station hotels or old country houses. Designed and built in another era and each unique in its own way.
A popular option is Bed & Breakfast or Guest House accommodation. These are a great success with many offering local produce breakfast, free insider knowledge and overall just a chance to interact with local people.
The Moray Firth Coastline offers the chance to get away from it all. look out for old fisher town cottages, elaborate converted churches, to properties offering seaviews and log fires and burners.
Caravan holidays are a very popular option in the UK. All around the coastline you’ll find caravan sites offering holidays in static vans. Some have now diversified into wooden lodges and glamping. moray Speyside is no exception.
Deciding where to stay can be difficult. One way is to shortlist a few towns and then look at accommodation nearby. A great place to stay might jump out!