Boyne House Apartment

Forres

Boyne House Apartment is situated in the centre of Forres on a quiet road with excellent transport facilities to Inverness, Elgin, Fochabers and Aberdeen.
There is free car parking in the car park opposite the apartment. Should you want to leave the car behind, you will be able to access all parts of Moray from Boyne House without requiring the need of a car.


The town of Forres is situated in the heart of Moray, just off the A96 about 27 miles east of the highland capital of Inverness. Click here for a map.
With its award winning parks and gardens, Forres is a great base for exploring the beautiful unspoilt Moray area with its whisky, castle trails, wildlife, mountains and coastline.

Boasting its own a traditional Scottish castle, the town is steeped in history. There are links with Forres to Shakespeare's Macbeth (before Macbeth became King of Scotland in 1040 he ruled the Moray area from his castle in Forres).

Four miles west of Forres is 16th. Century Brodie Castle that has wonderful grounds and is one of the best examples of a restored Scottish castle.
Forres also boasts the Sueno's Stone a 20ft high giant Pictish slab commemorating a battle between the inhabitants of Moray and Nose settlers from Orkney with carvings depicting the story.
Boyne House is only, doors away from Falconar Museum.


The beautiful Moray Firth coastline is only four miles away with many small coastal towns and villages such as Findhorn, Nairn and Lossiemouth. The Moray Firth is home to the famous Moray dolphins that can be seen swimming around the coast.

Channonry point is one of the best land based places in the UK to spot dolphins.
Boyne House is five miles from Findhorn. Findhorn is an attractive village, which has a lovely bay, a superb beach and is home to the famous Findhorn Foundation. It is considered one of the most beautiful places in Scotland.