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Nairn

Nairn is a charming seaside town, lying outside the city of Inverness – known as the ‘Brighton of the North’ this town sees more sunlight hours than any other Scottish town! Visitors often enjoy taking walks down the sandy beaches and admiring the Moray Firth, with lucky people glimpsing the elusive dolphins that frolic in the waters. There are also a number of riverside paths and the promenade to explore, by either foot or bike as well as the nearby attractions of Loch Ness and Culbin Forrest. History buffs will enjoy following the fascinating Castle Trail, a tour of the castles in the local area, which includes the nearby Cawdor Castle and Brodie Castle.

We love Nairn because...

  • Charming seaside town
  • Along the Castle Trail
  • Nearby to Loch Ness
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Hotels
Hotels in Nairn
Nairn-Breaks trip-Golf View Hotel and Spa
Golf View Hotel and Spa
Seabank Road Nairn IV12 4HD

Situated right by the beach, with manicured grounds, tennis court, outdoor hot tub, AA Rosette restaurant and spa treatment rooms.

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Golf View Hotel and Spa
Seabank Road Nairn IV12 4HD

Situated right by the beach, with manicured grounds, tennis court, outdoor hot tub, AA Rosette restaurant and spa treatment rooms.

Nairn-Breaks trek-Newton Hotel
Newton Hotel
Inverness Road Nairn IV12 4RX

This impressive 4 star hotel with acres of gardens and grounds, is ideally located for exploring Nairn and Inverness.

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Newton Hotel
Inverness Road Nairn IV12 4RX

This impressive 4 star hotel with acres of gardens and grounds, is ideally located for exploring Nairn and Inverness.

In and around Nairn

Cawdor Castle

This iconic and dramatic castle was once home to the Thanes of Cawdor. The structure was erected in the 15th century around an older tower house. The castle is built around a holly tree dating back to the year 1372, which can be seen to this very day. The interior is splendidly decorated and displays some impressive furnishings from throughout the centuries. The castle grounds are also well manicured and open for visitors to take walks.

Benromach Distillery and Malt Whisky Centre

This is the smallest working distillery in Speyside, only two distillers produce this fine single malt. Using centuries of tradition and a lifetime of passion, the distillers use the purest spring water along with fine Scottish barley in the production of the whisky. Take a behind the scenes tour to gain more insight, and of course try a dram or two.

Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre

The climactic battle of the Jacobite rising of 1745 ended with Charles Edward Stuart being defeated by loyalist, William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. This was the last set piece battle in the United Kingdom and ended the Jacobite uprising. The battle was decisive and resulted in between 1000 to 2000 Jacobite deaths within one hour. This fascinating centre stands upon the battlefield itself and features an interactive exhibition and a visitor centre, which explain the lead up to the battle and the gory details thereafter.

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