This 2-bedroom caravan is situated in Lossiemouth on the Moray Firth Scotland. This location benefits from a mild gulf stream air and as a result the climate is generally warmer than surrounding areas making Lossiemouth ideal for walking, hiking, golfing, fishing, biking and a whole host of outdoor activities. Local attractions include water sports, scenic walks, golf courses, fishing and sea angling, surfing, dolphin watching, bird watching and historical attractions
30 ft x 10 ft caravan that accommodates up to 6 people. There are 2 bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin, and a pull-out bed in the lounge room which is suitable for 2 children or 1 adult. Kitchen is well equipped with Gas Cooker, Microwave, Kettle, Toaster, Fridge with a small freezer compartment, Pots, Pans, Cutlery and Crockery.
Shower - The shower room has a shower, hand basin and W.C.
Lounge - The lounge room has a large seating area and a dining area. Other facilities include:
Wireless Speaker for playing music
There is also a selection of books, DVD’s. old PS2 and games, playing cards, board games, children’s toys and colouring books/pencils are included for guest’s enjoyment.
Bedrooms - All bedding and towels are included as part of the package. There is a travel cot and bedding for infants.
One beach towel each is also available.
Extensive, secure, fully enclosed decking area with garden furniture.
There is parking for 2 cars to the side of the caravan and this grassy area also has a rotary clothes dryer.
he Windswept Brewery is located in Lossiemouth and creates award-winning, hand crafted, traditional and contemporary beers.
In Elgin, there is a good range of shops including a 24/7 Tesco and Asda. The Moray Leisure Centre is a multi-purpose health and leisure facility with star attractions for families being the splash pool, the ice rink and the soft play area. The swimming pool has a water slide and a variety of inflatables. The family ice rink has skate aids and you can also get some lessons if you need some help.
Covesea Lighthouse is situated on the outskirts of Lossiemouth on the Moray Firth Coast (voted one of the most breath-taking coasts in the world in a National Geographic Traveller magazine survey). The lighthouse is now owned by the Lossiemouth local community and was recently opened to the public as a visitor attraction.
Elgin Cathedral, also known as the ‘Lantern of the North’ is a majestic, historic ruin situated in Elgin. Elgin Cathedral is one of Scotland’s most beautiful medieval buildings, dating back to the 13th century.
A number of other historical visitor attractions are within easy reach of Lossiemouth including Brodie, Ballindalloch and Duffus castles, Pluscarden Abbey and Sueno’s Stone a gigantic Pictish cross-slab.
Follow the world-famous Malt Whisky Trail. Visit distilleries handed down through generations and sample the end product.
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