Cheap Hotels in Lossiemouth
A warm welcome awaits you at this family run hotel in Lossiemouth. A great relaxed family friendly atmosphere exists at this hotel and is frequented by many returning guests and locals alike. During your stay you can enjoy free access to WIFI in the public areas's, free car parking (limited) but most of all comfortable and relaxed surroundings. The breathtaking view from the front of hotel overlooks the Moray Firth and beyond to the Cromarty Firth and to the hills of Caithness. The hotel is directly opposite the ancient Moray Golf Club, and is ideally situated for exploring the Coastal, Castle or Whisky trail, as well as being well situated for visiting the cities of Inverness and Aberdeen and surrounding area. The Stotfield Hotel has recently undergone a refreshing transformation of many of its bedrooms and also the ground floor guest area. However, this historic hotel retains many of its original character and features from 1895, including the fantastic sweeping staircase and period revolving front door.
Jomarnic B&B Hotel
Guests may use a train station pick-up service for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Links Lodge - B&B Hotel
This smoke-free guesthouse features hiking/biking trails nearby, sailing nearby, and scuba diving nearby.
Hotels in Lossiemouth
Known to many as the jewel of the Moray Firth, Lossiemouth, affectionately dubbed as Lossie by its residents, has something to offer everyone. Situated on the north-east coast of Scotland, Lossiemouth boasts miles of excellent beaches, stunning sand dunes and beautiful surrounding countryside.
The town is a great place to escape the stresses of modern-day life and visitors can walk along the beach, play golf or simply soak up the town's tranquil atmosphere. To aid you, we have a number of Lossiemouth hotels from which to explore the area.
Lossiemouth was originally the port belonging to Elgin, and was an important fishing town. While there has been over 1,000 years of settlement in the area, present day Lossiemouth was only developed in the past 250 years. Modern Lossiemouth began life as five separate communities, which over time grew into one. These were Kinneddar, Stotfield, Seatown, Lossiemouth and Branderburgh, with the most ancient of these being Kinneddar and Stotfield.
RAF Lossiemouth is one of the biggest main operating bases of the RAF, the only RAF base in Scotland and Britain's main base for Tornado GR4 planes. The base opened in 1939 and has become an integral part of the local community.
Things to do
Although famous for them, Lossiemouth has much more to offer visitors than its harbours. There are two beautiful golden sandy beaches upon which you can enjoy long and tranquil walks. The first, West Bay, stretches for three miles to the west, beyond the headland housing Covesea Lighthouse. East Beach extends further to the east and begins with dunes backed by the length of the River Lossie, reached by a pedestrian bridge from Lossiemouth. The impressive dunes along East Beach are man-made, created in the early 1900s in order to better provide protection for the Seatown length of the river.
Visit the Fisheries Museum in Pitgavney Street, which includes scale models of fishing boats and a recreation of the study of local man James Ramsey MacDonald, Britain's first Labour Prime Minister.
Lossiemouth also has some wonderful golfing opportunities, including the Moray Golf Club on the west side of the town, overlooking the West Bay. The town is also a superb spot for sailing and dolphin spotting or angling out at sea, while surfers will enjoy the waves.
Food and drink
Like much of Scotland, Lossiemouth can provide some wonderful and traditional Scottish dishes. Try the Covesea Café in particular, or visit La Caverna for a classy bistro meal.
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