Nairn is an ideal base when visiting the Scottish Highlands: magnificent scenery, wildlife, sporting activities and more ....
Have fun on Nairn's beaches. Ideal for sand lovers and those who like to investigate the wildlife in rock pools.
Sample some malt whisky at one (or more!) of the many distilleries in the area. Benromach Distillery is the smallest working distillery in Speyside and also the closest to the Bed and Breakfast.
Go dolphin watching on the Moray Firth
Immerse yourself in history and visit one or all of the areas historic castles and battlefields. Cawdor Castle the closest to North End Nairn
Treat yourself (or your partner) and have a kilt specially made by one of several kiltmakers in Inverness
Nature lovers can visit the nearby RSPB reserve at Culbin Sands
The River Nairn has good runs of salmon and sea trout and there is river and loch fishing for brown trout
Enjoy Nairn and Inverness at a more leisurely pace on two wheels.
Bird watching and wildlife photography trips can be arranged through A9Birds based in Moray. Tailored full or half-day trips are offered for individuals or small groups.
Nairn has a selection of good places to eat. Within 5 minutes walk of North End Nairn is the Classroom Bistro, a relaxing place to eat and drink.
We are located in the centre of Nairn around 10 to 15 minutes walk (or less) from the town, station, beach and harbour.
If you have any questions or would like to make a booking enquiry then please contact us using the details below. If you would like to book online then please click the button at the top of either the Bed & Breakfast or The Cottage page
18 Waverley Road, Nairn, IV12 4RQ