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Nairn is an ideal seaside town as a base for travelling.

The Cottar House, which is an old Scots name for a cottage in the grounds of a house, is situated in the centre of town, only a few minutes walk from shops, beaches, river walks, restaurants and two championship golf courses.

The Cottar House Accommodation

It is a comfortable, well-equipped, newly refurbished cottage, sleeping 2 people, and is open all year.
It has an open-plan sitting room and kitchen, one
T win-bedded room (beds can be linked together on request), bathroom with shower, private parking and garden.
All electricity, towels and linen included.

The Cottar Facilities

The cottage has a digital TV and DVD player.
Private garden with outdoor furniture
Off-road parking
Domestic Help Available
Ironing Facilities
No Pets Allowed
No Smoking Permitted
No credit cards accepted

East Beach, Nairn
Nairn is the ideal place to stay for touring the Highlands with places like the beautiful island of Skye and the fishing port of Ullapool to the west.
An hour’s drive takes you to the fairy-tale castle of Dunnrobin with stunning sea views and gardens.
Nairn has long been known as a seaside holiday resort having been popular since Victorian times.
It has spectacular beaches that have achieved the highest European accolade for cleanliness – the blue flag.
Brodie Castle
Brodie Castle is located 4.5 miles west of Forres and 24 miles east of Inverness on the east coast of Scotland.
Having been badly damaged by fire in 1645, the castle was later rebuilt.
There's also a picnic area, tea room and gift shop, adventure playground with timber fort for the kids, woodland walks, gardens and a lake.
Cawdor Castle
Cawdor Castle dates from the late 14th century and was built as a private fortress by the Thanes of Cawdor. The ancient medieval tower was built around the legendary holly-tree.
Whisky Trail
Nairn is close to the “Whisky Trail” with famous names such as Glenfiddich, Macallan, Glenfarclas, and Cardhu. Visitors are welcome at many distilleries where tours are provided along with a “wee dram”.
Fort George
A vast site and one of the most outstanding artillery fortifications in Europe.
It was planned in 1747 as a base for George II’s army and was completed in 1769.
The cafe is open daily all week during the summer. In winter, it opens from 10.00am to 2.30pm, Monday to Saturday only.

Nairn boasts two splendid golf courses, the Nairn Golf Club and the Nairn Dunbar Golf Course, which hosted the Walker Cup in 1999.
Both have stunning views over the Moray Firth, so even if the golf is poor, the views will be good!
Nairn Old Harbour
The old fishing harbour has been converted to a marina.
From here , there are walks along the river and the beach gives you access to Culbin Forest.
Dolphin boat trips from the harbour are also popular.
Walking and Climbing
The best climbing, walking in Scotland is easily accessed from Nairn. Mountain ranges such as Torridon, Glen Shiel, Glen Affric, Cairngorm and the Grampians are within a short drive and offer magificent photographic opportunities.
Weekly ceilidhs offer a cultural insight into the Highlands' musical heritage.
They are informal dances with local musicians and a good time is had by all.


Getting There by Railway
5 minutes walk from train station

Getting there by Aeroplane
5 miles from Inverness (Dalcross) Airport

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