The ideal base to explore Moray
Duffus Estate is the ideal base from which to explore Moray – 5 minutes away from miles of deserted sandy beaches, which time and again have been voted in the top 12 in the world by the prestigious National Geographic Society ‘Traveller’ magazine. You might even be lucky enough to spot a passing resident bottlenose dolphin or minke whale!
In January 2014 the readers of the National Geographic Traveller magazine voted the Moray Firth coastline in the top 12 in the world!
If you are lucky, on a calm day you may be able to spot some of the Moray Firth’s very own resident population of bottlenose dolphins, seals, porpoises or even basking sharks and minke whales.
Local beaches include Hopeman, Burghead, Covesea, Lossiemouth East and Roseisle.
A leisurely day out
This is a great introduction to our local area, perhaps ideal for your first day with us as you get your bearings.
Moray is ideal for cycling for all standards of riders, but around us the landscape is fairly easy going, so even if you aren’t Bradley Wiggins, you’ll still enjoy a great day out on two wheels.
For track, trails and routes for cyclists and walkers, the Moray Ways website has lots of good information.
Moray is home to some of Scotland’s most stunning golf courses with the old course at Moray itself, famous across the world.
Public Transport in Moray
The region has a good network of transport links. There are regular rail and bus services and is within easy reach of both Inverness and Aberdeen Airports. Follow the link for more information.