Scaraben: We have available a 3 bedroom detached house 150yds from beach and golf courses. £500 per week. Self catering. Enquiries here at Links Lodge.
Links Lodge Guest House & BeachView Apartment
Links Lodge 4 star Guest House – awarded 'Scotland’s Friendliest Bed & Breakfast' by Eviivo, our online booking partner, based on comments and ratings posted by guests. We are extremely grateful to everyone who took the time to contribute.
Links Lodge is a unique charming 150 year old house overlooking 18th green of the famous championship Old Course at Moray Golf Club (one of two 18 hole links courses at this venue) and sits exactly next door to our sister property, BeachView Apartment, a 4 star self-catering ground floor flat.
Uninterrupted views overlooking 18th green of the famous championship Old Course at Moray Golf Club (one of two 18 hole links courses at this venue). Views over the West Beach and Covesea lighthouse and the Moray Firth across to the hills of Sutherland beyond. Lossiemouth boasts two white sandy beaches and two harbour marina basins in between and is on the Moray Coastal Trail. The town is home to RAF Lossiemouth and close to the world renowned Gordonstoun School.
Lossiemouth is also the coastal capital of the Malt Whisky Trail. The A941 leads from the heart of whisky country in Speyside, through the main city of Elgin and ends right here in Lossie.
Our famous sons and daughters include Ramsay Macdonald, the UK’s first Labour Prime Minister who served as PM 3 times; Meg Farquhar, the UK’s first lady professional golfer; Stewart Imlach who played football for Scotland; and more recently, London 2012 Olympic Gold winner Heather Stanning.
Ideal base from which to play the north’s circuit of championship links golf courses. This ‘unpack once’ venue has Dornoch, Castle Stuart, Nairn (and Spey Valley) to the west. Royal Aberdeen, Cruden Bay and Trump lie to the east. All are in easy daily striking distance from Lossiemouth, as are a host of other fantastic courses.
Great central location from which to walk, sail, windsurf, dolphin-watch, take the malt whisky trail and even hit the ski slopes of the Cairngorms at Aviemore.