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Attractions near Seatown Cottage

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Elgin Cathedral (3 Miles)*
Elgin Cathedral is one of Scotland's most beautiful medieval buildings.
Spynie Palace (3 Miles)*
Spynie Palace, or Spynie Castle as it is also known, is two miles north of Elgin in Moray. Far from grand and palatial, what remains is David's Tower, a square keep with a high curtain wall, and the ruins of several other buildings.
Elgin Museum (5 Miles)*

In 79 AD, Agricola marched into the North of Scotland, but did Moray every see the Romans?  Treasure Trove items on display at the Museum have added a new dimension to the debate.

Glen Grant Distillery and Garden (13 Miles)*
From the moment it was first created in 1840, the clean distinctive taste and pale gold colour of Glen Grant have set it apart from other single malt Scotch whiskies. This makes a visit to Glen Grant such a special experience.
Falconer Museum (14 Miles)*
The museum was founded in 1871 and contains a wealth of Moray's heritage.
Dallas Dhu Distillery (14 Miles)*
Dallas Dhu Distillery is a perfectly preserved time capsule of the distiller's art.
Brodie Castle (17 Miles)*
Home to the Brodies for over 700 years, this lovely castle glows a rich warm pink in the sunshine.
Balvenie Castle (18 Miles)*
Balvenie is a castle of enclosure, with a massive 13th century curtain wall.
Boath Doocot (21 Miles)*
Boath Doocot is a 17th century pigeon house or dovecote on the outskirts of the village of Auldearn in the Highland Council area.
Nairn Museum (23 Miles)*
For over one hundred and thirty years, Nairn Museum has fascinated generations of visitors of all ages and interests.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Seatown Cottage
Lossiemouth (< 1 Mile)*
Best known as the home of RAF Lossiemouth, the port town of Lossiemouth is situated on the Moray Firth. Once a popular spa town in Victorian days, it continues to be known as the "Riviera of the North".
Elgin (5 Miles)*
Elgin is a former Royal Burgh situated above the River Lossie in Moray amidst beautiful countryside. It is 36 miles east of Inverness.
Hopeman (5 Miles)*
Garmouth (7 Miles)*
The ancient village of Garmouth lies along the banks of the River Spey, where it flows into the Moray Firth. Its narrow streets meander through an amazing mixture of architectural styles.
Burghead (7 Miles)*
Buckie (12 Miles)*
Findhorn (12 Miles)*
Portessie (13 Miles)*
Portessie situated on the Moray coast is a quiet, beautiful place to visit and the surrounding area is a hidden gem.
Findochty (14 Miles)*
Craigellachie (16 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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