B and Bs in Lossiemouth

Links Lodge
Stotfield Road

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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 Moray Firth. Whilst boasting not one but two sandy beaches and a double harbour & marina for yachting and trips to see the Moray Firth Dolphins. Lossiemouth is the birthplace of Britain’s first Labour Prime Minister Ramsay Macdonald.This 120 year old lodge was the original club house for the Old Moray championship golf links. Lossiemouth’s newest addition to the quality B&B establishments in this picturesque original fishing town with its two harbours and RAF base carries a prestigious 4-star Scottish Tourist Board award. Overlooking the 18th green of the Old Moray course, west beach and Moray Firth to the hills of Sutherland beyond, this is the perfect location for holiday or business. See our ‘sister’ property (next door) under ‘Beach view Apartment’.Add a log fire in the Dining Room / TV lounge and a welcome dram or nightcap, coupled with the unusual design of the house featuring its oval and porthole stained glass windows and ornate cornicing. Activities you can enjoy are: Golf, walking, fishing, yachting, malt whisky trail, castles and cathedrals, beaches, dolphin trips and diving. All these great activities are very accessible from our Lossiemouth base.Please Note: We are a Non-smoking accommodation. No pets are permitted on the premises. Limited off street parking facilities are available. Check-in time: 16:00 check-out time: 11:00

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