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This is a a glorious Aladdin's Cave of awesome! Packed full of everything you might possibly need (and not know you need) in the way of cooking, cleaning, eating and drinking. Fiona and her team will welcome you with a smile, serve you the best of coffee, tea and a variety of drinks and fill your tummies with huge cakes and biscuits! You can take your own jars or packets to refill or make use of one of theirs. A great little place to while away a few hours over a coffee and relax within the goodness of good people and good products.
RSPB Loch Garten, Abernethy
Abernethy is a nature reserve that is ancient, wild and immeasurably special – a place so extraordinary that it can feel like another country. Nestled in Abernethy, the Loch Garten Nature Centre is the perfect spot to experience this amazing forest. Their team are on hand to help with CCTV screens, binoculars and telescopes to help you to get great views of the wildlife. An exhibition, daily talks and family activities ensure there’s something for everyone. Their shop sells gifts, binoculars, books, sandwiches, snacks and hot drinks. So you can take your coffee onto the forest decking and watch the birds close up at the feeders! (Seasonal opening)
Hearthside Self-Catering &
Lighthouse B&B, Grantown on Spey
Hearthside is a peaceful, large and cosy family home, set well back from the road in its own private, gated driveway. The house is nice and bright with a private garden surrounding it, looking out onto community pine woodland and only a short walk from the vibrant high street of Grantown on Spey. Even with a large group of up to 12 people, you’ll find the house is immensely practical and roomy, both for relaxing and for catering.
Next door to Hearthside is Libby and Donald's brand-new, eco-friendly home and they offer B&B within a spacious ensuite double room, overlooking the mixed woodland of Anagach woods in Grantown on Spey.
Somewhere: For Us
Somewhere is a unique connective LGBTQ+ cultural organisation, designed to support the community through arts, culture, heritage and enterprise initiatives. They produce the award-winning LGBTQ+ quarterly magazine, Somewhere: For Us. They also manage the Rainbow Enterprise Network, Scotland’s first network connecting LGBTQ+ and ally businesses.