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Findhorn Bay Holiday Park
The Holiday Park overlooks the beautiful Findhorn Bay and is a short walk from the Moray Firth. This area is one of the loveliest parts of the Moray coast with unspoilt golden sandy beaches, pine forests and pretty coves and is a popular centre for both wildlife viewing and a variety of water sports.
Findhorn’s climate is influenced by the Gulf Stream and is famed for temperature and sunshine levels well above the national average, as well as low rain fall. Early and late holidays can therefore be very pleasant as spring and autumn are generally warm and dry.
One of the unique features of the Holiday Park is that it is next door to the world famous Findhorn Foundation and Community, with its award winning shop offering organic food, gifts and books, a cafe serving delicious organic food, and the Universal Hall, which is a 350 seat theatre.
A mile away is the pretty village of Findhorn, with two pubs, two cafes, an organic bakery and a village store.
Both the Holiday Park and the Eco chalets have been awarded three stars for self catering accommodation from Visit Scotland.
Blackhillock Boarding Kennels is a family run Boarding and Day Care in the heart of Moray. Long stays and day stays, you can contact them on 01343 890315 to book in.