Holidays in Glenlivet

Visitor Guide

Interesting Shops

 

Interesting Shops

 in Glenlivet and the Cairngorms, Aberdeenshire, Grampian,

Moray, Nairn and Inverness-shire

 

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Nairn

Nairn Bookshop:

A smallish bookshop with a fascinating selection - the sort of place where you

feel you could buy anything and enjoy reading it.   Owner George Gray has a

real passion for what he's doing.

97 High Street - that's at the north end of the street

01667 455528

Charity Shops:

Several of these, both in the High Street and round into Leopold Street at the

Royal Bank of Scotland building

The following websites give some information about Nairn and its local community museum.

Undiscovered Scotland Webpage for Nairn

Nairn Museum Website

 

 

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Auldearn   (near Nairn)

Auldearn Architectural Antiques

Fascinating range of architectural salvage along with furniture, linen, china

and a couple of joinery & furniture workshops – all based in an abandoned

church on the Lethan Estate just to the south of the village.  Well worth a

rummage if you’re nearby.

Contact 01667 453087

The following website gives some information about the village of Auldearn.

Undiscovered Scotland Webpage for Auldearn

 

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Elgin

Charity Shops:

Mostly in the High Street between the Royal Bank of Scotland building in the west along towards the museum in the east, but there is another one in South Streeet just to the west of Northfield Terrace

 

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Forres

Charity Shops:

All in the High Street

 

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Banff

The Spotty Bag Shop:

Officially named the Eastside Discount Centre, it is famous throughout the

north east for its distinctive spotty bags and for the wealth of wares it sells - probably not everything you want, but not far off it!  Even if you don't want

to buy anything, its labyrinthine layout alone makes it worth a visit - an

"Aladdin's Cave".

13 Old Market Place

01261 815623

 

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