Cawdor Castle
Cawdor Castle


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Tel code: 01667 | code search
Postcode: IV12 | code search
Population: 8600
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Classroom (The)
"absolutely fantastic service food and a wonderful atmosphere. Impressively improved since the new management took over. Will be delighted to return and to recommend.Can't wait for the next visit

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Classroom (The)
"Loved this restaurant! We had been at the Boath House 2 nights before which was lovely but I must say I really enjoyed my meal here. I had ..." More

Classroom (The)
"Surprised to read these poor reviews, I visited the Classroom on 22nd August 2009 and was very impressed by the service and food. Was quite expensive but am happy to ..." More

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Nairn is an ancient fishing town in the Highlands of Scotland, situated on the River Nairn on the south shore of the Moray Firth, 16 miles north-east of Inverness. Archaeological ‘Clava Cairns’ on the south side of Culloden Moor indicate the area has been inhabited since the early Bronze Age. Nairn is a traditional sea-side town and popular holiday resort, famous for its championship Golf links and beautiful award winning beaches with the sea-front stretching to the RSPB Reserve and Culbin Forest in the east. The picturesque harbour is busy with pleasure crafts, sailing clubs and wind-surfers. The town’s Leisure Park has crazy-golf, putting and croquet, there is a sports club, an indoor swimming pool and two 18-hole golf courses. There are walks and cycle trails among the rivers, forests and hills, the local stables offer beach riding and the Rivers Nairn and Findhorn are used for fishing. Nairn is an ideal base to visit the Highlands with B&B’s, self-catering accommodation, hotels, restaurants, a selection of shops including an ice-cream shop, theatre, museum and library. Attractions nearby include Inverness, Loch Ness and the Moray Firth coastline. Historic sites include Culloden battlefield with visitor centre, Fort George, Brodie Castle and Cawdor Castle.


Ardclach Bell Tower
Cawdor Castle
Nairn Central Beach
Phoenix Boat Trips

Conference Centre

Newton Hotel & The Highland Conference Centre


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The Clinic
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Nairn Estate Agency Ltd
Scottish Highland Property Services

Golf Club

Nairn Dunbar
Nairn Golf Club

Holiday Park

Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park


Braeval Hotel

Pub and Bar

Caledonian Bar & Restaurant
Shore Inn


Al-Raj Indian Tandoori Restaurant
Boath House

Caledonian Bar & Restaurant
Cawdor Tavern
Classroom (The)
Pantry (The)


Millbank Primary School
Nairn Academy
Rosebank Primary School


Donaldson & Henderson
R & R Urquhart LLP


E Williamson Taxis
Lochdhu Taxis
Moray Taxis
Nairnshire Taxis
Taxi 247 Nairn Ltd
Town Cars


Flower Shop
Skenepark Small Pets
Nairn Pet Shop

Natural Corner Nairn
Macleans Highland Bakery
Hiddenglen Holidays

Places to Stay near Nairn

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Windsor Hotel (0.03 miles)

Windsor Hotel

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The Windsor Hotel is set only a few miles from Inverness and in the best residential area of Nairn. One of the closest hotels to Inverness Airport and near to the ... More

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Aurora Hotel (0.05 miles)

Aurora Hotel
The Aurora Hotel is located in the West End of Nairn, adjacent to the A96 running from Inverness to the West and Aberdeen to the East. The hotel is close to all the local amenities ... More | visit website
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Braeval Hotel (0.24 miles)

Braeval Hotel
The hotel has 8 en suite bedrooms, some with lovely sea-views. It has a large, secluded Beer Garden and Sea View Conservatory. Bar Meals are available daily in the Lounge Bar or Sea View ... More | visit website
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Newton Hotel (0.35 miles)

Newton Hotel

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Situated in 21 acres of mature parkland bordering Nairn Golf Course, home of the Walker Cup in 1999. The hotel is home to The Highland Conference Centre, which can cater ... More

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Golf View Hotel & Leisure Club (0.52 miles)

Golf View Hotel & Leisure Club

The Golf View Hotel and Leisure Club is situated overlooking the Moray Firth with gardens leading down to the seashore. Many of the 42 bedrooms are sea-facing with traditional interiors that provide you an exceptionally ... More | visit website

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Covenanters Inn (2.47 miles)

Covenanters Inn

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Whether you are here for history, whisky or outdoor life, there is something for everyone at the Covenanters. Business is no chore when staying with us, as a friendly family welcome ... More

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Kilravock Castle Coach House B&B (6.02 miles)

Kilravock Castle Coach House B&B
Kilravock Castle (pronounced 'Kil-rawk') coach house B&B dates from 1460. It offers a unique and friendly Christian get away from it all peace & tranquil environment in a truly historical setting. Accommodation is provided in ... More | visit website
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The Gun Lodge Hotel (6.12 miles)

The Gun Lodge Hotel
The family run Gun Lodge Hotel offers a warm highland welcome. Conveniently situated a few minutes from the airport yet in a quiet historic village location a short walk to the sea front with stunning ... More | visit website
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Dolphin Bay Suites (6.15 miles)

Dolphin Bay Suites

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Spacious, new, and very well equipped, these seafront apartments are on the inner Moray Firth, at the centre of friendly Ardersier village, east of Inverness and ideal for the airport. ... More

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Conusg Brae B&B (6.18 miles)

Conusg Brae B&B

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Ardersier Bed & Breakfast - come and relax in the North. The ideal location for visiting the Highland and Grampian regions of Scotland. Conusg Brae is a modern property situated ... More

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