Welcome to Aurora Hotel Nairn Scotland

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Nairn hotelWelcome to The Aurora Hotel,located in the West End of Nairn the hotel is adjacent to the A96 running from Inverness to the West and Aberdeen to the East.

The hotel is close to all the local amenities including the town centre, award winning beach, harbour and championship golf courses and the local leisure centre whose facilities include a swimming pool, gym and squash courts.

When staying at the Aurora you can be assured of a warm welcome and comfortable surroundings with the added bonus of the personal attention of the resident proprietors.

The Aurora Hotel Accommodation

All of our 10 bedrooms are tastefully decorated and have en-suite facilities, colour television and central heating. We also have a private car park at the rear of the hotel.

The Aurora Hotel Facilities

Aurora Italian Restaurant
Whilst staying at the Aurora our guests can dine in our restaurant, which is renowned for its extensive menu of traditional Italian dishes and wide variety of Italian wines.
Our guests can enjoy pre-diner drinks in the bar before dining in either the elegant dining room or the less formal conservatory, each with its own unique atmosphere.
Laundry Service Available
Open To Non Residents
Payphone Provided
No Pets Allowed
Highchair Available
Cot Available
Other Disabled Facilities
No Smoking Permitted
Credit Cards Accepted
American Express Card
Delta Card
JCB Card
Solo Card
Switch/Maestro Card

Visit Inverness, the Highland capital only 15 miles away with its many cultural and sporting attractions or simply go shopping and visit the numerous outlets selling traditional Scottish wares.
For those seeking some local history visit Nairn’s museum for an insight into life at the turn of the century.
Close by visitors to the area can visit several historical sites including Culloden Moor and its Visitors’ Centre, a must for the definitive story of the legendary battle and defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie at the hands of the Duke of Cumberland.
Fort George, built after the battle of Culloden is still a working fort and is the only fort never to have fired a shot in conflict.
Cawdor Castle and Gardens so famously linked with Macbeth courtesy of William Shakespeare is a must.
A little further away lies the mysterious and legendary Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle.

Getting there from the Information Centre
From Nairn Library drive to traffic lights.
Turn left and the hotel is on the right.

Email Aurora Hotel enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com