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Nairn is a fabulous base to explore the Highlands.

Beautiful sandy beaches, Nairn Harbour and the wonderful landscape of the Moray Firth, famous for dolphins.

Close by is Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness, Clava Cairns, the city of Inverness and Elgin.

It is a perfect place for outdoor activities such as walking, off-road cycling, fishing on the Rivers Nairn or Findhorn.

Culbin Forest is a few miles away and excellent for bird watching. Superb swans can be found on the River Nairn estuary.

Nairn is only 20 minutes from the route North Coast 500.

There are numerous events and festivals throughout the year including…

Book and Arts Festival – late summer
Nairn Highland Games
Nairnshire Farmers Show
Music Nairn (all year round)
Jazz Nairn (all year round)
Cinema Nairn (all year round)
Nairn Open Tennis Tournament
The Nairnshire Challenge
Nokia Coast to Coast Challenge
Nairn Dunbar five day Open
Nairn Open
Nairn Ladies Open
Cawdor Live Food
Baxters Loch Ness Run (Inverness)
And many, many more things to do and see…

Cawdor Castle and Gardens
Brodie Castle and Gardens
Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre
Fort George
Nairn Museum
Dunrobin Castle
Loch Ness only 30 minutes drive with Urquhart Castle one of Scotlands top visitor attractions
Clava Cairns
The Malt Whisky Trail
Nairn was Charlie Chaplin’s favourite holiday destination.

Other Activities
Blue flag beach with summer activities
Picturesque Harbour
Skiing – only 40 minutes from the Cairngorms
Wildlife, Birdwatching
Cycling and walking
Distillery Visits – we are in the heart of Scotland’s whisky industry.
Field Sports and Fishing
Strathspey Steam Railway
Morayvia Science Technology Centre (Aerospace/Astronomy)

More information and links to the above can be found on –

Telephone: 01667 451363 or 07889 181605 |