East Grange Wigwams and Campsite
The Loft, Farm Food and Fun for Families (and everyone else!)
Food, Activities, Live Entertainment, Wigwams & Camping.
All this is to be enjoyed by all ages at The Loft, East Grange Farm, Kinloss. Over the last 10 years The Loft has evolved from being Morays premier music Venue to being a place for all the Family to have fun, whatever the age. Come and play, stay and eat.
Try our NEW menu created by our NEW Chef eat great food, stay in a Wigwam, Go camping. Take a walk around the farm; take in the view of the whole of the Moray Firth from the top of the Hill. Grab a tree or bird guide and see how many different species of tree you can identify, see if you can spot the resident Buzzard, Heron and many other bird species.
Great gigs still happen at The Loft. Last year saw Mumford and Sons, Glasvagas and others in the Cowshed and many other lesser known acts in the Loft. Paulo Nutini once played the Loft to 40 people, two days later he was on the Jonathan Ross show and became famous! Take a chance on seeing new and upcoming acts before they are only playing the major venues.
The Loft is also a great Outdoor Activity Centre. Try Scotlandís longest Zip wire. Take a Quad driving experience(age 12 and over), kids sessions (age 8 to 12) from £15. Seek your revenge on your friends and family with Lasertag. Whatever the weather, we have Indoor and outdoor play zones. Have a laugh with the Water walkers, fun for age 5 to 85! Also Archery, Segway and Ceramic painting.
Fancy a break, Camping just got a whole lot easier not to mention glamorous!
Sleeping up to 5 adults Wigwams are the ultimate eco cabin, double-glazed, secure and lockable, cosy and warm whatever the time of year. Book online! You're only a click of the mouse away from toasting marshmallows round your own camp fire and sleeping under the stars in the heart of the countryside.
Go Wild, Go Wigwam! Heated: Comfy: Hassle Free: Family fun: All seasons: Camp Fires:
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This page was last updated: 08 February 2012