The surrounding area has historic castles, National Trust houses and gardens to visit.
Set on a gentle south-facing slope the club site at Speyside is lightly wooded creating some shade but preserving an open feel and is only a stone throw from the areas well known distilleries. There are at least 50 in Speyside including the world-famous Macallan Distillery and most offer tours. The 84 mile long Speyside way connects the Moray Coast with the Grampian Mountains and passes near the club site and walkers can also enjoy the treetop trail a d Wild Water Coaster at the Landmark Forest Heritage Park, Carrbridge. Other nearby attractions includes the whale and dolphin conservation society wildlife centre in Spey bay.
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