Bed and Breakfast
Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
on the edge of the village of Findhorn
Forres 4 miles, Inverness 30 miles
Visit Scotland ****
Elizabeth and Tony Cowie welcome guests to stay for bed and breakfast at their home on the edge of the village of Findhorn. The village and small harbour is on the wide bay at the mouth of the River Findhorn on the sandy coast of the Moray Firth about 30 miles from Inverness.
Heath House is on the edge of the village and its garden borders onto sandy heath land, an unspoilt natural wilderness of gorse, pine and sand grasses.
It is ten minutes walk from the 7 mile sandy beach of the North Shore, 3 minutes walk from the sea to the west, and within easy walking distance of the Findhorn Foundation, The Findhorn Heritage Centre and the village, including the excellent pubs which serve evening meals.
Tony is a retired Royal Yacht Association instructor and can give advice about where to go to see sea birds, seals and sometimes dolphins.
The accommodation is all on the ground floor:
The above two bedrooms share a bathroom, and so would suit families or friends travelling together.
Left and right:
Double bedroom and private bathroom with shower, en suite.
Elizabeth prepares a generous cooked breakfast which is served in the Dining Room (right;)
Genuine stone-ground pinhead oatmeal porridge.
Home-made bread and muffins.
Local bacon and sausages, eggs, black pudding.
Fruit, yoghurt and home made preserves.
Special diets also catered for with advance notice.
£30 to £35
Prices are per person, based on two people sharing and including breakfast.
To enquire or to book:
Extracts from the Visitor's Book:
"Can't say enough about the hospitality and sense of peace"
C and H Tulloch, Canada
"Very warm, nice room, nice folks"
L and B Robb, USA
Please tell Elizabeth and Tony you found Heath House through About Scotland!
Elizabeth and Tony Cowie,
Moray, IV36 3WN
Tel: 01309 691082
(or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 1309 691082)
Map of the area:
Findhorn is centrally placed for exploring this part of Scotland: the coast of Morayshire, the Grampians and Highlands. Johnsons of Elgin (for Cashmere), the Castle Trail, Whisky Distilleries,and very good golf courses are all within easy driving, and even the west coast is an easy day's car outing.
Both Elizabeth and Tony know the area very well are very happy to give advice about how to plan what to do and the best way to go about it.