Things to See and Places to Go

Torrich is ideally located to visit some of Scotland's most iconic man-made and natural features.

The apartment is central to many local historic sites including, to the west, Clava Cairns, Culloden Moor Battle Field with its new interpretive centre and the famous Cawdor Castle; and to the east, the picturesque fishing village of Findhorn with it’s unique community, the Whisky Trail and the National Trust’s Brodie Castle. 


Local amenities include golf at the nearby town of Nairn with its two fine courses and at Castle Stuart, used for the Scottish Open. Dolphin cruises on the Moray Firth are available from Inverness as is viewing of the famous Moray Firth Bottle-nosed Dolphins from nearby Fort George and from Chanonry Point on the Black Isle. There are numerous  trails for walkers and cyclists including 
those in the atmospheric  Culbin Forest approximately 12 miles to the east.  Nairn has two wonderful sandy beaches and a links area with children's playground, paddling pool etc.


The apartment is also ideally situated for day trips to Inverness and beyond including the legendary Loch Ness; Ben Nevis and Fort William; Cairngorm National Park; Aviemore and John o' Groats. 


Fishing is available locally, be it at sea, by permit on the local rivers Spey, Findhorn and Nairn or at the nearby Geddes Fishery. 


For lovers of the “amber nectar” Torrich Apartment is within easy travelling distance of the Speyside Whisky Trail and other local distilleries.