Cosy self-catering, hotels,  B&B’s, guesthouses, camping and caravanning. There’s a wide range of accommodation available in Lossiemouth from one night to a week or longer. 

You can even stay in the original lighthouse keeper’s cottages at the Covesea Lighthouse, now modern, cosy, fully-equipped holiday homes. The lighthouse keepers of old would be very envious of such conditions!

Make yourself at home, you’re welcome in Lossiemouth! 

hotels, guest houses and B&Bs

For a warm and friendly local welcome, stay in one of our guest houses or bed and breakfasts where the hosts are on hand to provide inspiration and information as well as a hearty breakfast!

The largest hotel in town is The Stotfield Hotel, just across from Moray Golf Club. With 47 rooms, many with sea views, a large restaurant and several function rooms, the Stotfield Hotel is ideal for large parties.

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Wee Wickie Self-catering cottage in Lossiemouth

self-catering accommodation

Find a home away from home, in a fully-equipped self-catering accommodation. 

Experience a contemporary touch in a traditional wee fisherman’s cottage, such as Wickie Cottage or the Moray Coast Cottages in Seatown.

Or maybe opt for a more modern apartment overlooking the East Beach or West Beach.

There’s also more spacious accommodation for larger groups and families.

For these and other properties, click below.

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camping and caravans

Touring vans, tents and motorhomes are welcome at Silversands Holiday Park below the lighthouse.

Silversands is a fully-equipped holiday park with entertainment, restaurants, swimming pools and kids activities.

It’s one of two static caravan sites, the other being Lossiemouth Bay on the estuary. Both sites offer hire and purchase of luxury static caravans.

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Silversands Caravan Park, Lossiemouth, Moray

smotorhomes and campervans

There are touring pitches for motorhomes and campervans and motorhomes at Silversands holiday park near the lighthouse.  Visiting motorhomes can also use the park facilities to dispose of waste.

Motorhomes can stay for one night max at Station Park, Gregory Place and West beach car park. Donations towards the community can be handed in at Unique ladies clothes shop.

Before you set off on your journey, please brush up on the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Thank you for being a responsible visitor.

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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.