A historic Moray visitor attraction is preparing for a busy summer season.
Logie Steading, near Forres, houses 11 businesses and has experienced a rise in visitor numbers over recent years.
In order to accommodate the increasing number of people flocking to the rural venue, which was originally built as a model farm in the 1920s, its Olive Tree coffee shop has installed a take-away window to allow customers to grab a quick drink or snack as they pass.
Jo Laing of the family-run Logie Estate, where Logie Steading is located, said: “The last few years have been tremendous and every year there has been an increase in visitor numbers.
“In fact, numbers are already up on last year and we are only just getting into the heart of the season.”
A new addition this year will be a mini-market on the third Saturday of the month, from June until October.
The idea for the fairs was inspired by the popularity of the centre’s Christmas market, and the events will showcase local artisan craft and food suppliers.
The cafe and steading each recently received a listing and recommendation in Scotland the Best, a bestselling guidebook to Scotland written by Peter Irvine.