Elgin is a former cathedral city and Royal Burgh which is located in the district of Moray in Northern Scotland. The historic city was founded as early as 1150 and in the 12th century was made a Royal Burgh by King David I. Construction of the impressive Elgin Cathedral was started in 1224 but was later destroyed by fire, the remains of the replacement still attract visitors to this day and are impressive in their own right.

Elgin is an exceptionally friendly place, and you will be made most welcome at the many guest houses which are popular accommodation options amongst regular visitors. If you would rather have a few more creature comforts at hand, there are of course a selection of Elgin hotels to choose from.