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The Weather in Lossiemouth
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is February.
Holiday cottages of Lossiemouth for a memorable Scottish holiday
In Lossiemouth, accommodation comes in a great variety of choices. Live in a fisherman’s cottage along the whiskey trail, or an old fashioned countryside retreat. For a romantic holiday pick a stone cottage with a private lawn. Or, choose a beach cottage with a terrace to enjoy the sea from the luxury of your home.
Cultural Attractions of Lossiemouth
The Warehouse Theatre is an international centre for the promotion of the arts and is one of the few venues in Northeastern Scotland to host theatre, music, and comedy. Yet another interesting place is The Local Heritage Centre located in Elgin with a great collection of historical artifacts retrieved from Moray. For an insight into the Scottish fishing culture, a visit to the Lossiemouth Fisheries and Community Museum is much recommended.
Family fun in Lossiemouth
Bowl 2000 is the perfect place for families with kids. With 14 bowling lanes, pool tables, an indoor play area, arcade games, and air hockey facilities, it has much entertainment to keep you and your family happily busy for an entire day.
Sightseeing in and around Lossiemouth
Hangout at the Lossiemouth Marina on the southern bay of the Moray Firth or take a yacht to the Northern Isles. Visit the nearby castles of Findlater, Duffus, Balvenie and Huntly, all built between the 11th and the 14th c.
Lossiemouth is also the best starting point for exploring the Malt Whisky Trail with more than 50 distilleries. Also worth visiting is the old residence of the Moray bishops, Spynie Palace. To witness outstanding medieval architecture, visit the 13th c. Elgin Cathedral.
The Golf Dedication Centre, on the other hand, is a place of attraction for nature lovers and golfers alike. You can soak in the spectacular views of the Scottish town, the Lighthouse, and the Moray Firth while enjoying a match of golf with the family.
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