Forres Travel guide
Forres : Michelin's recommendations
This former royal burgh stands on the south shore of Findhorn Bay. The tolbooth and market cross both date from the 19C.
Tourist attractions Forres : Things to see and do
Toolbooth Street GB - Forres IV36 1PH
This small local falconry museum also has a collection of traps made by poachers.
B9011 GB - Forres
This superbly carved Pictish sandstone slab (now under glass), which dates from the 9C, is unique in Scotland. Three sides have decorative carving. The fourth side, the most spectacular, is narrative and depicts horsemen, warriors and headless corpse..
A96 GB - Forres
The seat of the Brodies since the mid-11C, now occupied by the 25th Earl, the castle was altered in the 17 and 19C. It is renowned for its superb displays of daffodils in the spring. The rooms date from various periods and are the setting for a splen..
Victoria Road GB - Forres IV36 3BN
Set in an Edwardian mansion, the 4-star Ramnee Hotel features leafy gardens and a traditional restaurant. The hotel is situated just outside Forres centre, adjacent to Grant Park. The bright bedrooms at Ramnee are individually decorated, and some of..
69 St. Leonard's Road GB - Forres IV36 1DW
Nestling in the bank of Cluny Hill, this small, family-run Victorian hotel offers award-winning food and overlooks the beautiful village of Forres, between Aberdeen and Inverness. Built in 1865 and extended in 1910, Cluny Bank is a listed building a..
Grantown Rd. GB - Forres IV36 2SG
Contemporary hotel restaurant with formal atmosphere, located in a charming, rurally set Arts and Crafts house. Seasonally changing Scottish-based menu showcases locally sourced produce.