Dalvey is the perfect base when it comes to planning a memorable Scottish break. Scotland’s activities, food and drink are truly unparalelled. Explore the Highlands, take a Speyside whisky tour, visit historic castles, experience the uprising of the Jacobites at Culloden, see the dolphins at Spey Bay, explore the endless beaches of Findhorn, fish for Salmon and Sea Trout in the Spey, enjoy hill walking, moutain biking or skiing in winter. It’s all here – for you to experience


• Links with Altyre Estate, (shooting)

• Beaches, Findhorn ( 6 miles) Nairn (7 miles) Roseisle beach ( 10 miles)

• Fort George, regimental museum (15 miles)

• Landmark Forest Adventure Park

• Cycling and walking in Culbin Forest

• Sailing, Findhorn Bay

• Skiing Aviemore ( 47 miles) Lecht ( 44 miles)

• Chanonry Point, Black Isle, Dolphin spotting best at incoming/outgoing tides

• Cairngorm Brewery tours

• Logie Steading cafe, shops and gardens / Randolph’s Leap walks

• Funicular Railway Cairngorm Aviemore

• Golf View Hotel Nairn Spa Day for the Ladies, afternoon tea.

• Benromach Distillery Forres (1.9 miles)

• Dallas Dhu Museum( 2.3 mile)

• local information


• Golf, Castle Stuart (17miles),

• Nairn Dunbar (7miles)

• Nairn Golf club (7 miles)


• Kinloss Country great for beginners

The Castle Trail

• The Castle trail, Brodie Castle ( 1.7miles)

• Cawdor Castle (11miles)

• Duffus Castle (13 miles) for local information


Brodie Mill Inn For local steaks (steak night Monday) and roasts on Sundays wth live music

Kimberley Inn Pub food on the sea front – Findhorn Village

Bake House Findhorn Organic food and bakery

The Bothy Bistro, Burghead

Brodie Country Fair, restaurant and shop open till 5.30.

Boath House Auldearn, Luxury Dining