Seashell Cottage, Nairn - Sleeps 4
Customer Reviews of Seashell Cottage, Nairn - Sleeps 4
1st comment: The friendliness of the caretaker was brill. The cottage was perfect, provided you are not 6ft or over, my husband was and he did forget on occasion to duck when using the bathroom. Sitting in the garden was lovely in the sun, we have no complaints at all. March 2012.
2nd comment: This was our second visit to this cottage, it’s a great place for family holiday no matter the time of year. The toys and games for kids is a great added touch. Highly recommend this cottage and location. Jan 2012.
3rd comment: The cottage was lovely and quaint, but close to the the necessary amenities. It was great to be able to take my dog for no extra cost, the cottage was 5mins from the beach which was really handy. A lovely clean beach too and lots of other walks around for those with dogs. I would definately recommend this cottage, great value, great location especially for those with a family or with dogs. There was lots to do and places to visit. Nov 2011.
4th comment: Really impressed by Seashell Cottage, had great holiday even though weather not at best, would reccomend. Oct 2011.
5th comment: This property is ideally situated for all local amenities.The harbour and beach are beautiful and only minutes away.Many attractions are within driving distance -such as Culloden Battlefields,Cawdor Castle and the beautiful dolphins around the Moray Firth. A visit to nearby Inverness is also a must. Sept 2011.
6th comment: The cottage is clean and comfortable to an extrememly high standard with thought and consideration going into the many extra supplied, toys, books, BBQ & charcoal and even dog bowls! the location is only a few minutes walk from the riverside and beach and is flat which was great for my disabled husband. the area is dog friendly with plenty of walks without using the car if you don’t want. Channery Point is great for dolphin watching and a short walk (about 1 mile) round the beach takes to you Rosemarkie with a great Bistro, Crofters, which does a lovely lunch or the community cafe for tea and cake. June 2011.
7th comment: The holiday cottage was in the Fishertown area of Nairn and was in a very quiet location and central for everything. The cottage was less than 2 min’s from the beach and the harbour, the Town centre was only 5 min’s away too. The cottage was very clean and homely, we couldn’t fault the property at all as It had everything you could possibly wish for, it was so well equipped with everything which even included TV, DVD & various DVD’s, A Sony Playstation with lots of games, board games and lots of books. There were bikes and even a Barbecue for us to use too! Only one problem was car parking. April 2011.