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Murray Travel opens new luxury travel boutique in Elgin town centre


By Ewan Malcolm

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A NEW luxury travel boutique has opened in Elgin town centre.

The local Murray Travel team in Elgin from left to right: Aimee Morgan, Jacqui Peat and Alison Jones.
The local Murray Travel team in Elgin from left to right: Aimee Morgan, Jacqui Peat and Alison Jones.

Luxury travel firm Murray Travel has opened its new premises on the High Street as part of the business' north of Scotland expansion.

The boutique in Elgin is Murray Travel's first outside of Inverness. The new site will allow the team of local travel agents to work with customers in store and remotely to offer flexibility.

The business has also confirmed that a third site in Forres will follow later this year.

The move follows last year's takeover of Alba Travel and Beaver Travel, which came with a commitment to maintaining a presence in Moray.

Murray Travel has opened its first travel boutique outside Inverness in Elgin.
Murray Travel has opened its first travel boutique outside Inverness in Elgin.

Director Scott Murray, who runs Murray Travel with wife Sarah Murray, said: "We're delighted to have opened our new travel boutique in Elgin, delivering on our commitment to retaining travel industry jobs and access to high quality travel services in Moray.

"When we brought Alba Travel and Beaver Travel into the Murray Travel family last year, we knew it was important that customers should be able to continue to book holidays with the agents they have come to know and trust over the years.

"Those local relationships are so important to us, as people and as a business, and we are proud to be able to continue the tradition of providing first-class travel advice in Elgin."

The husband and wife team say that customers will be treated to the same relaxed atmosphere that has become synonymous with all their businesses at the Elgin branch.

Mr Murray added: "Our ethos has always been to focus on quality of service rather than pushy sales. We want our customers to feel relaxed and to enjoy the experience of booking their holiday – the team's only goal is to help travellers find the trip of a lifetime."


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