HIGHLAND FOOD AND DRINK AWARDS
The Bandstand Bar & Restaurant has been shortlisted in the category Best Eatery.
The winner will be announced in October.
The Braeval Hotel is a lively, friendly family-run Highland inn overlooking the beach in the lovely seaside town of Nairn. It benefits from tranquil, uninterrupted sea views and is close to Nairn town centre. The Braeval has ten en suite bedrooms, some with sea view.The Braeval is home to the Bandstand Bar & Restaurant which recently won CAMRA HIGHLAND AND WESTERN ISLES PUB OF THE YEAR 2014 for the third time and CAMRA Pub of the Year for Inverness South District 2014 for the fifth time. The Bandstand Bar is famed for its wonderful choice of real ales. Ithas nine hand pumps and an ever-changing range of the best of Scottish and English real ales. Ales from nearby micro-breweries are regularly available.It is Cask Marque accredited and in The Good Beer Guide 2014.
The Bandstand is home to the largest independant beer festival in the Scottish Highlands (see Beer Festival Page for details) The Bandstand is not just for ale lovers, it is a haven for whisky lovers too with over 100Single Malt Whiskies on its impressive whisky list. There is also a good selection of fine wines, spirits and cocktails.The hotel's Bandstand Restaurant is very popular locally and with visitors. The restaurant features large glass windows along it's entire length giving has spectacular sea views across Nairn beach and the Moray Firth from every table. There are menus to suit all tastes from traditional Scottish dining to gastro pub style meals.
Friday Steak Night and Sunday Carvery Lunch are especially popular. Menus include vegetarian and gluten free dishes. For current menus, see the restaurant page. Table booking is strongly advised
The Braeval hosts regular live music featuring talented local and professional musicians. The style of music is varied with Celtic folk, rock, jazz and soul, something for all tastes. For details see Events Page.
See below live updates of the real ales on the bar today. Read the tasting notes at www.YourRound.co.uk