Welcome to Cawdor House Nairn Scotland

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Nairn hotelSituated in the town centre Cawdor House is ideal for exploring the Scottish Highlands.

Cawdor House is situated in the centre of Nairn, and has the perfect combination of easy access to the ammenities of the town, whilst being in a quiet street.

The house was built in 1851, as the Manse for the Free Church.
It has some historical distinction, as it was the first purpose built Manse for the Free Church in Scotland.

Surrounded by high stone walls, the mature garden is the perfect sheltered spot for an evening drink in the sun, under the apple trees.

Cawdor House Accommodation

We offer a choice of double, twin and family bedrooms.
All bedrooms have ensuite facilities, Freeview TV, radio, hairdryer, Wi-Fi and tea/coffee.
At Cawdor House we try to make the most of the wonderful produce available locally.

Cawdor House Facilities

Fax/Email Facilities
Indoor Drying Facility
Laundry Facilities on Complex
Garden For Residents Use
Heating Throughout Property
Property Heated Throughout
Z Bed available on request
Pets Welcome By Arrangement
Outdoor Play Area
Highchair Available
Cot Available, Charge Applies
Packages Available
Picnic Area
First Aid available
Other Disabled Facilities
Unit suitable for the Disabled
No Smoking Permitted


Cawdor Castle - a taste of Scotland's medieval past made famous for that Scottish play (Shakepeare's MacBeth)· Culloden Battlefield - the site of the last pitched battle fought on British soil, ending Bonnie Prince Charlie's hopes of the throne in 1746

Fort George - a mightly military fortress and home to the Queen's Own Highlanders museum·

Brodie Castle - owned by the National Trust of Scotland after 700 years in the Brodie family.

Randolph's Leap - enjoy a leisurely stroll along the banks of the River Findhorn, and browse the curios at nearby Logie Steading.

Urquhart Castle on the banks of Loch Ness - take a boat trip to try and see the famous Loch Ness monster. Across the Moray Firth is the magnificent Dunrobin Castle and Gardens on the North Sea coast at Golspie.

Finding your Roots
During your stay why not research your family history through the special geneaology department at Inverness library.


Nairn has extensive facilities for the tourist with 2 championship golf courses, an excellent indoor swimming complex, sports centre which includes several hard (floodlit) tennis courts, 2 bowls clubs, fishing, cricket and football.
There are also wonderful sandy beaches with views across to the mountains on the Black Isle, boat trips from the harbour to see the famous Moray Firth dolphins, and extensive woodland walks.


Getting There by Car

Nairn town centre, once on the High Street which leads onto Cawdor Street, Cawdor House is situated a few hundred yards past the high street going to-wards the railway station on the right hand side.

Getting There by Railway
Nairn station, we are situated about a five minute walk from the station goinng to-wards Nairn town centre, follow the road from the station we are on the left about 500 metres,

Getting there by Aeroplane
Inverness Airport is about 8 mile, follow the A96 Nairn/Elgin, once you reach Nairn look out for Waverley Road on the right hand side, turn right to end of road (200 metres) turn left into Cawdor Street, we are just round the corner on the left hand side opposite the war memorial.

Email Cawdor House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com