Montrose Woods is situated in the heart of Auldearn, a village with a strong sense of community and tradition, it is located in an area of Scotland that has an unrivalled quality of life for its residents.
Auldearn itself has many local amenities including an excellent primary school, cafe, post office and 18th century parish church. It has a charming village square called the Rose Gardens and only a few minutes drive away is the Boath-House Hotel which is home to a Michelin Star restaurant. Have a look at this stunning aerial footage of the village, including the Montrose Woods development:
Nearby Nairn is only a five minute drive away and hosts an array of shops, cafes, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, a bank, chemist, leisure centre and hospital. It is renowned for its long sandy beaches, riverside walks and championship golf courses. In fact, within a sixty mile radius there are some 40 courses to choose from.
Eight miles from Auldearn lies Culbin, a huge area of sands and forest with a fascinating network of tracks to explore, stretching east to the village of Findhorn. It’s a wonderful place at any time of year. In winter you’ll see ducks feeding off shore, as well as Brent geese arriving from the far north. In late spring and late summer bar-tailed godwits and oystercatchers flock here.
Auldearn is within easy commuting distance of the city of Inverness and Elgin both of which are only a thirty minute drive away. The charming town of Forres is only a ten minute journey away, this is one of Scotland’s oldest and most attractive towns.
Many of Scotland’s most outstanding attractions are within an hour’s drive. They include Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Fort George, Culloden Battlefield, the Cairngorms National Park, Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle.
The area is also an angler’s paradise. The Nairn Angling Association holds eight miles of fishing, offering some of the best Salmon and Sea Trout Association water in Scotland. The fishings are over seven beats and include some excellent water fly.