Nairn Area Hotels

Ardersier Hotels

Ardersier Hotels

Our selection of hotels in Ardersier in Scottish Highlands

Albert Inn Nairn

The Albert Inn is a modern yet traditional styled Inn which is ideally placed on the main A96 road between Inverness and Aberdeen, in the popular coastal town of Nairn.

Alton Burn Hotel Nairn

The Alton Burn Hotel has been sold and is no longer operating as a hotel.

Boath House Hotel Nairn

Despite grand proportions, the Grade A-listed Georgian Boath House Hotel has a very friendly and cosy feel to it.

Claymore House Hotel Nairn

Claymore House Hotel is a classic Scottish Victorian villa situated in a quiet area close to Nairn beach and championship golf courses.

Golf View Hotel Spa Nairn

The Golf View Hotel & Spa enjoys views over the Moray Firth to the Black Isle and has gardens leading down to the seashore.

Invernairne Guest House Nairn

A comfortable family-run hotel that offers magnificent views over the Moray Firth and garden path down to the sandy beach and beyond.

Rehiran Beag Hotel Nairn

A bed and breakfast accommodation in a secluded home in the hills above Cawdor and Nairn, 20 minutes east of Inverness.

Sunny Brae Hotel Nairn

A family run 4 star hotel that is well cut for the quiet settings and wonderful sea view of the beautiful coast of the Moray Firth in the Scottish Highlands

Tali Ayer Bed & Breakfast in Nairn

Traditional stone house in central Nairn that combines traditional Baronial with lots of contemporary touches. New bathrooms and all redecorated in 2014. Boutique meets family home!

The Newton Hotel Nairn

A delightful accommodation option in a sprawling parkland overlooking Nairn Golf Course.

Here is our selection of hotels in Nairn, a town in Highland, N Scotland. It is located at the mouth of the Nairn River on Moray Firth. It has a fishing harbour and the town which is now best known as a seaside resort, with two golf  courses, a small theatre (called the little theatre) and one small museum, providing information on the local area and incorporating the collection of the former Fishertown museum. The major indusrties in the town includes dairy and crop farming and whiskey distilling. Granite is quarried from here. Cawdor  Castle, the legendary scene of the murder of Duncan by Macbeth, is located nearby.
 
The town also hosts the Nairn International Jazz Festival each August, usually attracting some well-known and world class musicians. Nairn is also the host for the annual Nairn Book & Arts festival which takes place every year in June.
 
Nairn stages one of the biggest Highland games in the North. The games are a major event in the local social calendar.Check our hotels comparison page to find your best suiting accommodation in Nairn. Make online bookings after you choose from our list of hostels, guesthouses, apartments or self-catering cottages in Nairn.