Links Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Stotfield Road
Lossiemouth
Grampian
Scotland
IV31 6QS

Links Lodge, Lossiemouth

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Overlooking the 18th green of Lossiemouth's Championship Old Course, Covesea Bay and the Moray Firth to the hills of Sutherland and beyond, this 100 year old Lodge is an ideal base.

Overlooking the 18th green of Lossiemouth's Championship Old Course, Covesea Bay and the Moray Firth to the hills of Sutherland and beyond, this 100 year old Lodge is an ideal base, whatever your activity (or non activity) in the Moray Area.

 4 star rating

From: £45.00

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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