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Tel code: 01343 | code search
Postcode: IV31 | code search
Population: 6900
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Birthplace of:
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Robert Barclay

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Lossie Inn
"Popped in here for a bite to eat, oh my goodness !!!! I ordered the Haddock and it was in fact the nicest piece of fish I have ever tasted. ..." More

Silver Sands Leisure Park
"This Leisure Park has very good facilities - clean toilets, good wash rooms, undercover sinks, and planty of space for camping.HOWEVER the 'entertainment' side seriously lets the whole site down. ..." More

Silver Sands Leisure Park
"Just purchased static caravan, manager and staff friendly and helpful. Site very clean, entertainment great. amenities excellent, and more to come. Looking forward to all the wonderful holidays we will spend at ..." More

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Lossiemouth is a sea-town in Moray, on the north-east coast of Scotland, situated 5 miles north of Elgin on the south shore of the Moray Firth. Due to its location at the mouth of the River Lossie, Lossiemouth, was developed as a port in the 17th century to service Elginís trade although the town was not developed until the 1800ís. The harbour opened in 1835 and Lossiemouth became an important fishing town, the old harbour is now occupied by the yachting marina. Lossiemouth is a traditional fishing town with little cottages, the Fisheries and Communities Museum, a fishing fleet and fish-market. The town also has a variety of shops and amenities, a theatre, a library, a swimming pool and Community Centre. Lossiemouth is a popular tourist resort with spectacular scenery, beautiful countryside and two long sandy beaches, the Covesea Lighthouse sits on the West Beach, and the East Beach runs parallel with the sea and the river. Activities include boat trips to spot the Moray Dolphins and Whales, sailing, surfing and sea angling. There are cliff walks, a cycle-path running from Lossiemouth to Elgin and two golf courses. The RAF base opened in Lossiemouth in 1939 giving the opportunity to see Tornado aircraft and Sea King helicopters.

Accountant

Campbell & McConnachie
Gus Haxton

Camping

Silver Sands Leisure Park

Classes

Dance - The Mackintosh School of Dance

Dentist

Hollytree Dental Practice

Doctor

The Medical Centre

Golf Club

Moray Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Beach Bar
Brander Arms
Clifton Bar
Harbour Bar
Lossie Inn
Steamboat

Restaurant

1629
Massum Tandoori

School

Hythehill Primary School
Lossiemouth High School
St Gerardine Primary School

Self-Catering

Lossie Cottage

Taxi

Allans Taxis

Christinas Taxis
Inverene Taxis
Lossie Taxis
Sab Cabs
Sunbank Taxis
Walkers Taxis

Vet

Murray Coast Veterinary Group

Shops

Blossoms
D & I Tropicals
Lossiemouth Pharmacy

Places to Stay near Lossiemouth

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Stotfield Hotel (0.35 miles)

Stotfield Hotel

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Against the stunning seaside backdrop of Lossiemouth in the Scottish Highlands, this Victorian hotel provides beautiful views over the Moray Firth, a 5 minute walk from unspoilt sandy beaches.
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Links Lodge (0.35 miles)

Links Lodge
Your Hosts at the Links Lodge will endeavour to make your stay most memorable. Take full advantage of one of the mildest, driest micro-climates in the whole of Scotland at Lossiemouth, the Riviera of the ... More | visit website
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Lossie Cottage (0.50 miles)

Lossie cottage is situated at the heart of the popular seaside town of Lossiemouth on Scotlands beautiful Moray Firth and makes a super alternative to hotel accommodation for anyone looking for a short break whether ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Elgin (4.81 miles)

Premier Inn Elgin
Conveniently located for Elgin bus and train stations. For shops and local amenities Elgin town centre is only 2 miles away. Our Elgin Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and ... More | visit website
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Heather Glen Guest House (4.90 miles)

Heather Glen Guest House

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A warm, family-run guest house, situated in a beautiful area half a minute walk from Elgin town centre. Quiet and peaceful are the hallmarks of Heather Glen. The Guest House is situated ... More

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Southbank Guesthouse (4.92 miles)

Southbank Guesthouse

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Southbank is a Georgian town house in the middle of Elgin and the Whisky Trail. It is a few minutes' walk from the town centre's shops and restaurants. The guest house is ... More

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The Lodge Elgin (4.95 miles)

The Lodge Elgin
We have a variety of bedrooms, all with warmth and comfort in mind to make you feel special. Breakfasts can be a feast or just a little taste, whatever the choice we only use the ... More | visit website
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West End (4.99 miles)

West End

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Offering good food and warm Scottish hospitality, West End has a central location in Elgin and is well placed for shops, leisure, restaurants and attractions. The ... More

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Sunninghill Hotel (5.05 miles)

Sunninghill Hotel
The Sunninghill, built in 1869 by a retired merchant sea captain stands imposingly in its grounds which originally contained the buildings own orchard and stables. The Sunninghill is situated not far from Elgin's main shopping ... More | visit website
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Eight Acres Hotel (5.09 miles)

Eight Acres Hotel

Eight Acres is the largest hotel in Speyside, offering a wide range of first class accommodation. Situated on the western approaches to Elgin, with a large car park it makes us the perfect place to ... More | visit website

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