We want everyone to be able to enjoy Lossiemouth. Below is some information that should help those less able. If you have any specific questions, please email lba@lossiemouth.org or contact your accommodation provider.

If you find it difficult getting around, Moray Council has information about transport and travel. http://www.moray.gov.uk/moray_standard/page_79458.html


There are designated disabled parking spots at the West Beach Car Park, and on the Marina outside the Harbour Lights. The large Co-op on Boyd Anderson Drive also has designated parking spots.

Disabled Toilets

There are two public toilets with radar keys, one at Station Park, and one further along the Esplanade in the toilet block across from the pharmacist.

    Beach Wheelchair

    We have a specially designed wheelchair which can be used on Lossiemouth West Beach.

    The beach wheelchair is suitable for teenagers and adults with a disability. There’s no charge for use of the chair but donations are accepted.

    The beach is accessed via a ramp and can usually be accessed up to three hours either side of low tide (see note below).

    The chair is housed at the Ponderosa Beach Cafe, please book in advance.  We ask that the chair is cleaned and sanitised on return and any faults immediately reported to either the Ponderosa Cafe or to 07834 170360.

    To book, call 07834 170360, or email: maureen@halkett.net

    Please note:

    The beach is a natural environment and conditions change daily. Depending on the weather and sea conditions it’s not always possible to easily access the sand. You can ask about access when booking.

    Persons use the chair at their own risk.

    Deaf and hard of hearing

    Assistance dogs are welcome in all public locations.

    At the time of writing, face masks are still mandatory in public spaces, but local businesses are happy to remove their mask to assist lip readers if asked. 

    Useful links

    North East Sensory Services (Elgin) provide practical and emotional support to help you make sense of your sight and/or hearing loss and find ways of managing day to day life and maintaining your independence.  – https://www.nesensoryservices.org/

    All abilities cycling

    Outfit Moray on Shore Street hire e-bikes and ice trikes suitable for low mobility users or those with balance issues. Full details here at https://outfitmoray.com/bike-hire/

    There is a cycle route to Elgin suitable for all abilities, including wheelchairs.

    directory of services

    Follow the link below to find a full listing of all LBA member businesses across every sector.

    In time, this will be expanded to include a brief listing of non-member businesses to provide a complete information resource for our visitors.

    If the service that you require is not listed in this directory, use your preferred search engine to find them.

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    directory of services

    Getting Here

    Lossiemouth is on the Moray coast, approximately 40 miles east of Inverness and 70 miles northwest of Aberdeen. The A96 is the main road between these two cities. 

    Travelling by bus or train, head to Elgin for a connecting bus service to Lossiemouth.