Findhorn Brae Cottage sits right in the middle of the village of Findhorn, only 2 minutes walk from the wonderful Findhorn Bay, and 5 minutes easy walk from the beach. Click here for a map.

The delightful and unique village of Findhorn is situated on the coast of Moray which is known for its mild weather which combined with long summer days gives it the title of the 'Riviera of Scotland'

Eating out

Should you want to eat out, you will find plenty of places to eat
Findhorn Brae Cottage - the Kimberley Inn The Kimberley Inn, situated right on the bay, is well known for its friendly welcome and great food. It's fish and chips were voted one of the top 100 things to experience in rural Scotland
The Bakehouse opens as a cafe during the day and a restaurant in the summer evenings. Belonging to the 'slow food' movement, its delicious food, made using organic and locally sourced foods, is well worth the wait Findhorn Brae Cottage - the Bakehouse Restaurant
There's also the Captains Table cafe, where you can enjoy wonderful view of the bay while enjoying typical cafe fare, and the Bunty fish and chip shop which is open during the spring and summer months
Findhorn Brae Cottage - the Blue Angel Cafe At the Findhorn Foundation foundation Blue Angel Cafe offers a wide range of snacks and beverages with an emphasis on fresh, vegetarian and organic ingredients

Eating in

Should you wish to eat in, you will find plenty to choose from at the Phoenix Community Shop at the Findhorn Foundation, which serves a superb range of organic and locally sourced foods Findhorn Brae Cottage - the Phoenix Shop
The Findhorn Village Store provides all the things you'd hope to find in a village shop and is ideally situated in the centre of the village
You must also try the freshly baked bread from the Findhorn bakery adjacent to the The Bakehouse. Fresh bread for breakfast is a great way to start the day

Things to do

For the children the main attraction will be the miles of unspoiled beach which is only a few minutes walk from Findhorn Brae Cottage Findhorn Brae Cottage - Findhorn beach

Findhorn Bay offers the watersports enthusiast an ideal location for activities such as sailing, canoeing, windsurfing and powerboating. The Royal Findhorn Yacht Club is a long established Royal Yachting Association training facility. Findhorn Marina offers keelboat, dinghy and powerboat courses

The Moray Firth also provides a unique opportunity to go dolphin watching
The world famous Findhorn Foundation is the educational and organisational cornerstone of the world-famous Findhorn Community. At the foundation you will find the inspiring ecovillage, and you will get a warm welcome at the Blue Angel Cafe. The Phoenix book and organic food shop is well worth a visit too
Findhorn is also a great location for exploring the North East and the highlands of Scotland as can be seen from the wealth of activities and attractions listed on the GreaterSpeyside and the VisitScotland websites