Dallas Holiday Accommodation Guide is available from stay4you.com for visitors to search and discover holiday accommodation in the area which can be booked direct with owners. Dallas This small village near the Moray Firth coast in the north east of Scotland, find Miles of sandy beaches and surrounded by beautiful countryside, a short distance from the towns of Forres and Elgin, on the Dallas Forres road.
The popular village of Forres, one of Scotland's oldest small towns, It offers a wide range of day-to-day amenities including independent and High Street shopping, several cafes and the active Benromach Distillery. The town is surrounded by a large network of walking and cycle paths including a mountain bike trail in the woods behind the town's park and a cycle path to Findhorn Bay.
The Dava Way is also popular for walking and cycling so if you enjoy outdoor activities then visit Scotland Holiday Accommodation Guide for more activities and accommodation throughout Scotland.
Find good rail networks at Forres and Elgin, with direct links to Inverness, west and Aberdeen, southeast.
There are also frequent bus services running between the local towns, Flights run to London Luton and Gatwick from Inverness in around an hour, and there are also regular sleeper trains from the city to London.
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This region has many activities such as water & snow sports, cycling & walking routes and golfing.
Further afield, there are many popular coastal locations where many sought after beaches can be appreciated along with spectacular views across the Moray Firth. Visit stay4you.com for information and vacation guides for the Moray area to make your booking.
The small hamlet of Alves, with a friendly local pub and coffee shop, Green Gables, is nearby.
This region has an extensive network of walks and cycle routes, along with many other outdoor activities: Fishing, sailing, and horse riding.
The town of Aviemore and the Cairngorms National Park can be found a short drive away to the south, offering ready access to winter and summer sports on both the land and the sea,
The market towns of Forres and Elgin are within seven miles, each with an excellent array of high-street shopping and eateries.
Logie Steading Farm and Garden Shop is a terrific stop for local butchery and fish.
The Phoenix Shop and Café, an innovative community partnership, is well-stocked with locally sourced farmhouse cheeses, cakes and drinks.
Book into a lovely boutique hotel a bespoke architect designed hotel, overlooking the moray firth, located in a highly sought after area walking distance from all lossiemouth has to offer from restaurants, independent shops, and all types of outdoor activities to choose from.
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- Dallas Postcode IV36
- Dallas Latitude: 57.5532° N Longitude: -3.4646° W
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Dallas is a village in the valley of the Lossie, 6 miles south east of Forres The parish church was built about 1794 on the earlier ones foundation area.
An ancient market cross, dedicated to St Michael, stands l2 ft high in the churchyard and is presumed to have been erected in the early 16th century.
The Dallas quarry is famed for slates; as far back as 1605 it provided the slates for the old tolbooth of Elgin.
The village itself dates from the 19th century when the land was first fuede that is, in the parlance of Scots Law, when the land was first let out at a fixed rate in perpetuity.
Dallas Lodge was built in l688 for Sir Robert Gordon of Gordonstoun. The original plan was for a circle of buildings similar to the ‘Round Square" at Gordonstoun, but the circle never met, and the design had to satisfy itself with achieving a semi-circle. This was composed of a dwelling-house and granary linked With an arch way, there is no trace of this last now remaining there are fine gardens and trees on the estate.