Invercairn House, a quaint B&B in Brodie, situated between Elgin and Inverness and adjacent to the A96, have on offer four modern rooms, viewing on to the property's converted Victorian railway station platforms. It's the perfect place to explore the Speyside whiskey route, Moray coastline, championship golf courses, fascinating castles and nearby nature reserves.


 As a converted Victorian railway station, the B&B gives a modern yet cosy feel with a fascinating story behind it. Although it's situated in a small village, Brodie is in between Inverness and Elgin. 3 miles to the next town of Forres, you don't have to travel far to come across such landmarks as Sueno's Stone, Nelson's Tower and Grant Park. Another 2 miles and you'll be at the beautiful town of Findhorn, with sandy beaches, a little harbour and lovely shops, it makes for the perfect seaside village.


The Bed & Breakfast is now owned by Nicholas and Elish Malim. With a long line of hoteliers in Elish's family, she has the know-how to create a successful business whilst running it with a friendly feel. They've owned the establishment since they moved to Scotland from Switzerland with their three children since 2000.


Please be advised there is a dog on premises, and we welcome other dogs to stay also. While Blaze, a young Cocker Spaniel, can get a little excitable when coming across new people, he does love meeting everyone.

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