How to find us
How to find us
Please remember that Orton Holiday Cottages can provide transportation from and to all the major transport hubs in the region.
The Orton Estate is situated on the B9015 about halfway between the villages of Fochabers and Rothes.
From the West and Elgin
Follow the A96 east towards Aberdeen. Approximately two miles out of Elgin take the B9013 signposted for Cranloch and Rothes. After about four miles you will go under a railway bridge and come to a T-junction. Turn right onto the B9015 and the main entrance to Orton Estate is just under a mile on your left.
From the East and Aberdeen
Take the A96 west towards Elgin. Just after Keith take the A95 as far as the small village of Mulben. Here the main road turns left but you should carry on straight along the B9103. After approximately three miles you cross the Spey and then come to a T-junction. Turn right onto the B9015 and the main entrance to Orton Estate approximately two mile further on your right.
From the South
Take the A9 north from Perth and turn right onto the A95 just north of Aviemore. Follow the A95 to Craigellachie and then onto Rothes. At the roundabout at the north end of Rothes take the B9015 signposted Mosstodloch and Fochabers. You will find the main entrance to the Orton Estate approximately four miles down the B9015 on your right.
Inverness Airport is adjacent to the A96, about forty miles west from the Orton Estate. Aberdeen Airport is about sixty miles east from the Orton Estate and also just off the A96. Both airports have connections to mainline railway stations. There are more flight options at Aberdeen for both national and international routes, including daily flights to and from London, Bristol, Birmingham and Southampton, as well as international destinations such as Amsterdam, Dublin, Esbjerg, Paris and Stavanger. Many attractive low cost air fares are available from a number of airlines at both airports as well as private plane facilities. Most national car rental companies have depots in Aberdeen and Inverness and a number of them now have outlets in Elgin.
Helicopters are also welcome, but with prior clearance from the Estate Office.
Moray is served by the Inverness to Aberdeen mainline currently operated by Scotrail. There are town centre railway stations at Nairn, Forres, Elgin and Keith. Connections to the Central Belt and onward to England can be made at both Inverness and Aberdeen stations. Inverness station also offers services to the far north of Scotland. The mainline between Inverness and Perth has stations at Carrbridge and Aviemore which offer access to the Cairngorms region and an alternative route into Speyside. The Caledonian Sleeper operated daily into Inverness and Aberdeen from London Euston.