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Rob took care of my bike and put it in a sheltered area at the back of the property whilst Lesley showed me to my room. After a quick brush up I entered the spacious dining room where I was served a superb evening meal. It was exactly what I needed after 130 miles in the saddle - although I have to say a fantastic 130 miles (with a few miles of exception), especially once in the Highlands proper.
The en-suite room was warm, clean and well presented. A good distance from any road of note it was extremely quiet leading to a deep sleep.
If you use the weblink above to visit their website you will see that the guest house enjoys the benefit of a 2 mile beat on the river Findhorn and that the area offers golf, shooting, fishing, bird-watching and hill walking. So, if you're planning a day off there will be plenty to do. I guess the skiing is unlikely to be much use though, unless you're planning a winter End to End. The website also has lots of pictures of the property.
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