Each of our comfortable en-suite guestrooms are equipped to meet your business and leisure needs – with complementary WIFI, flat screen tv, a range of teas, coffees, water and home-made biscuits together with complimentary toiletries and warm fluffy towels.
The region is famed for large expansive, sandy beaches where you can be alone to enjoy the fantastic views and wildlife. Those beaches have influenced the style of our decor with comfortable, bright and calming rooms perfect for a restful night and lazy morning after a long day out in the beautiful local landscape.
Our philosophy is to provide a great night’s sleep followed by a delicious breakfast, using the best locally sourced produce and give you the best start to your day.Book Online
Our restaurant has spectacular sea views across the Moray Firth. Head Chef Iain Gordon is keen to emphasise that he works with only the freshest produce - 'we source as locally as possible.... why wouldn’t we, when we have some of the best produce in the world on our doorstep'.
Our Bandstand Bar won CAMRA HIGHLAND PUB OF THE YEAR 3 times and DISTRICT PUB OF THE YEAR a staggering 9 times! We have an ever-changing range of real ales, we're Cask Marque accredited and in The Good Beer Guide. And every year, we host the Highland's largest independent beer festival.
Summer Weekend Brunch Menu - served 10am - 1pm
Our popular Sunday Lunch is served 12.30 - 3pm. Booking advised.
"Grab 'n' Go" take-away breakfast pack is offered as an alternative for our guests.
Edged by beautiful white sandy beaches with spectacular views of the Moray Firth, Nairn is one of Scotland’s most attractive holiday destinations all year round. Summer visitors enjoy spectacular sunsets, gently lapping waves and sea birds circling overhead. While winter reveals frost lined trees, snow capped mountains and stormy breakers crashing on the shore.
Nairn has a host of amenities for visitors. It is a centre of golfing excellence with two championship golf courses. With a pretty harbour, leisure park, swimming pool, theatre and fine shops, it is ideal for boat trips, fishing, shopping and walking.
It overlooks Nairn's Central Beach and the open grass area known as "The Links". It is 2 minutes walk from the town centre and a short distance from the Bus and Train Stations.
By Road: Easy access is by the A96 (the main trunk road between Inverness and Aberdeen). Nairn is 20 minutes drive from Inverness and 35 minutes drive from Elgin. From Inverness direction, on entering Nairn, continue on main road until mini roundabout. Turn left onto Marine Road. Hotel is 100 yards on left hand side. From Aberdeen/Elgin direction, on entering Nairn, continue on main road until mini roundabout. Continue straight ahead onto Marine Road. Hotel is 100 yards on left hand side.
By Rail: Nairn train station is on the main rail route between Inverness and Aberdeen. The station is a short drive or 20 minute walk from the hotel. Taxis are normally available at the station. On exiting train station continue ahead past Post Office and Classroom restaurant into town. Turn left (one way system). Move into right hand lane and turn right at traffic lights onto A96. (Follow directions from Inverness by road as above)
By Air: Inverness airport is only 15 minutes from Nairn with regular flights from London, Glasgow and Edinburgh. If driving from the Airport, follow directions above as from Inverness by road.