Waverley Inn, Belivat Terrace, Nairn
Holiday Accommodation in Nairn, Scotland
Nairn's micro-climate means Nairn gets more sunshine and less rainfall than other towns in the surrounding area. Thankfully, this combination provides near perfect combinations for playing golf and visiting Nairn's awarding winning beach.
This a small and cosy guest house, situated just off the High Street in Nairn Town Centre has just recently been refurbished to a high standard
Acres of gentle Moray countryside surround Brodie Castle, ancestral home of the Brodie clan for over 400 years, although their family seat has been here since the 12th century.
This rose-coloured turreted castle stands on land confirmed to the Brodies by Robert the Bruce. See how changing times altered the castle's shape and purpose. The impenetrable 16th-century guard chamber is flanked on one side by a cosy 17th-century wing and on the other by a sprawling Victorian extension.
The castle houses a magnificent collection of furniture, ceramics and artwork, including works by 17th-century Dutch masters and 20th-century Scottish Colourists. It also boasts an impressive library containing over 6,000 volumes.
The Playful Garden at Brodie Castle is full of excitement for all the family. Located near to the castle, it explores the Brodie family history in a novel and fun-filled way.
Stand in awe of Fort George, one of the most outstanding fortifications in Europe. It was built in the wake of the Battle of Culloden (1746) as a secure base for King George II's army.
The imposing fort was designed by Lieutenant-General William Skinner and built by the Adam family of architects. Fort George took 22 years to complete, by which time the Jacobite threat had subsided. But it has served the British Army for the almost 250 years since.
Nairn boasts 2 18 hole championship golf courses, The Nairn Golf Club and The Nairn Dunbar Golf Club, both of these are situated very close to the apartments.
Nairn Beach is backed by low sand dunes and a promenade with an open, grassy links area.
This superb sandy beach in the middle of Nairn is a fantastic attraction and popular with families, particularly in the summer months. The beach has beautiful views across the Moray Firth to the Black Isles and its coastline is home to a resident school of dolphins. There is also a great range of coastal walks in either direction with a nature reserve at Kingsteps in the east and a viewpoint to the west.
This quirky guest house has two types of rooms available, double rooms and twin rooms. All of the rooms here have shared bathrooms.
Our double rooms are furnished to a high standard and all feature flat screen tv's and tea/coffee making facilities.
Twin rooms are ideal for friends travelling together to see the sights of scotland and feature the same facilities as the double rooms.
"Please note: the guest house in unsuitable for people with mobility problems as the guest house rooms are located on the first and second floor."