Around Brodie

Brodie is a small village about halfway between Nairn and Forres. Here you’ll find lots of local attractions, and it makes a great hub for visiting the Highlands and Moray.

Within walking distance

The park is six miles from Nairn and four miles from Forres. In the village are the following attractions, all within walking distance.

Brodie Castle

Brodie Castle has been the home of the Brodie clan for more than 400 years, this beautiful castle is open to the public as are the grounds, Victorian Shrubbery, National Daffodil Collection, kids play area and woodland walks..

Old Mill Inn

The Old Mill Inn is one of only two restaurants in Moray holding an AA rosette, so good food is guaranteed. It’s right next door., so easy to walk to. There’s also a bar, well-stocked with local whiskies, gins and beers.

Brodie Countryfare

Brodie Countryfare is a huge retail outlet for such a tiny village. It has a large restaurant and food hall. It also has clothing, toys and gifts, such as paintings, candles, home decor and more. Plenty of parking but within walking distance.

Further afield

There are plenty of things to do near Brodie. There is a bus stop close by with a regular service east (Forres) and west (Nairn/Inverness), operated by Stagecoach.


Forres is a beautiful town famed for its floral displays and historic high street. For more information about the Forres area, see Visit Forres.


Nairn is a family-friendly resort town with a focus on beaches and leisure, such as paddleboarding, kitesurfing, sailing, etc. See more at Nairn Scotland.

Moray Coast

The Moray Coast is a 50-mile stretch to walk, cycle or drive. Stunning beaches and rocky formations, it’s regarded as one of the best coastlines in the world.

Snow Roads

The Snow Roads are named because they follow a route through the Cairngorm Mountains, and the hills around are covered with snow in the winter.


The Cairngorms National Park is the largest in the UK, and home to a host of adventurous activities and often rare wildlife.


The North-east 250 is a circular route around the north-east coast, Aberdeenshire glens and Spey Valley. Lots to explore on this route.

Visit Moray Speyside is the official tourism marketing agency of Moray.

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