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Nairn hotelWelcome Inveran Lodge, is a a home of relaxation.
We are also greatly honoured that we were nominated as a finalist for the 2011 Conde Nast Johansens awards.
Such recognition of our product and services has been great for all of us.

Inveran Lodge Accommodation

Check in from 4 p.m to 7 p.m
Inveran Lodge offers three/four well appointed guest rooms situated around a central elegant drawing room.
All rooms are either 6 foot doubles or can be twinned and have the advantage of bath and shower en suites.

These rooms are all situated on the first floor of the establishment but guests are first greeted through the vestibule and hall area where the superb dining room can also be located.
Full Scottish Breakfast is served in this room which over looks the front garden and makes use of the large Victorian dining table.
All rooms have flat screen TV's with numerous channels.

Inveran Lodge offers the Coach House self catering cottage attached to the main house.
This facility offers three double bedrooms (one can twin, one is ground floor) spacious lounge/ dining room, just refurbed kitchen, just refurbed bathroom and shower room.
The accommodation offers period features teamed with modern living and being just a stone's throw from the Links and Beach is a wonderful place for all the family.
Plenty of parking and gardens to enjoy, Inveran Cottage is available from April through to October as a holiday let.

Inveran Lodge Facilities

Inveran prides itself on its standards of hospitality and look forward to extending the excellence of its facilities to you.
Drying Facilities
Hairdryer in Bedrooms
Laundry Service
Non-Smoking Establishment
Private Parking
Tea and Coffee Making Facilities in Bedrooms

Whatever your sporting interest, the are around Nairn and Inverness can cater for you.
There's fishing, boating, swimming, tennis, skiing, golf (with many courses in easy reach), off road driving, shooting, walking, bird watching, badminton and much more.
With over 25 golf courses within one hour to suit all standards and budgets Nairn is without doubt the capital of Golf's Northern Mecca.
Both courses in Nairn are championship and an absolute must for any golfer.
Castle Stuart is the magnificent new golf course built between Nairn and Inverness and opening in July 2009.


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.

Culloden Battlefield
No name in Scottish history evokes more emotion than that of Culloden, the bleak moor which in 1746 saw the hopes of the young Prince Charles Edward Stuart crushed, and the end of the Jacobite Rising, the 'Forty- Five'.

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.

Fort George
Fort George sits behind its massive grass-topped artillery defences on an isolated spit of land jutting into the Moray Firth at Ardersier, 11 miles north east of Inverness.

Whisky Trail
Follow the Whisky Trail and sample some of Scotland's best known malts including Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Glenfarclas, Cardhu, Dallas Dhu, and Strathisla.

Kilravock Castle
Kilravock Castle (pronounced 'Kil-rock') dates from 1460.
It is a unique and friendly Christian guest house in a truly historical environment.

On the trail of the famous Loch Ness Monster.
Follow this itinerary and, although we can`t guarantee that you will see Nessie, we do promise you beautiful scenery, amazing monster stories and a memorable day out.

Follow the A96 towards Nairn from east or west.
The accommdoation is on the corner of Seafield Street and Seabank Road on the north side of the A96.
The house has no number but is clearly marked with a sign on the corner and one on Seabank Road.
The carpark is accessed from Seafield Street and again is clearly marked.
Nairn is found on the A96.

This is the main trunk road between Aberdeen and Inverness.
From Inverness take the A96 for approximately 14 miles.
When in Nairn watch out for the large Parish Church on the left and take left following the church.
This is Seabank Road.
Proceed down Seabank for about 800yards and Inveran Lodge will be on the right at the junction of Seafield Street and Seabank Road.

Coming from the East (Aberdeen) continue through Nairn and past the Fire Station at the main traffic intersection. The next street to the right is Albert and then Seabank.
You could turn down Albert and find Seafield Street.
Take a left onto Seafield and Inveran Lodge is 100 yards on the right.
You will come to the car park first.

Alternatively pass Albert and take Seabank and follow the instructions in the previous paragraph.
The airport is 7 miles from Nairn to the West towards Inverness.
Proceed out of the airport using the new perimeter road and take a left onto the A96.
Follow the above instructions from Inverness. Inverness train station does service Nairn with some interconnecting trains.

Nairn Station is 10 minutes walk to the lodge or just a minute and a half in a taxi.
We do usually try and collect our guests from the train station.
The Bus Station is in the centre of Nairn adjacent to the Fire Station.
Again it is walkable but we could oblige when transport is available.

By Air
For full timetable information on flights to and from the Highlands, Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles.
Inverness Airport is serviced by an ever increasing number of inbound flights and the informormation on new routes can be gathered from the site link above.

By Rail
Services to and from Inverness connect the Highlands with all major UK cities including Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, with onward connections to the West Highlands and North Highlands.

By Coach
Several coach operators run daily services to the Highlands from Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and London, with connections available from all other parts of the UK.

By Car
The main road routes to and from the Highlands are:
A9 Stirling - Perth - Aviemore - Inverness - Thurso
A96 Aberdeen - Nairn - Inverness
A82 Glasgow - Fort William - Inverness (via Loch Ness)

By Ferry
Choose from a wide selection of ferry services offering easy access to Scotland from Scandinavia, Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Spain, including the direct Zeebrugge Rosyth ferry service operated by Superfast.
(Rosyth is only two and a half hours` drive from the Highlands).

Getting around in the Highlands
Regular train, bus, air and ferry services operate within the Highlands the Highland Council produces timetables available locally in tourist information centres.

Email Inveran Lodge enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com