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Nairn Scotland

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Nairn hotelThe Invernairne, originally "Castellamare"(Castle on the sea), with wonderful seaviews your ideal base to explore the Highlands.

The Invernairne was a Hotel from 1948 until Spring 2004.
From that date we decided to change our status to 'Guest House' the only difference in service or facilities being that we ceased offering evening meals.

There are numerous restaurants in Nairn and we will be happy to advise on these.
We will of course continue to offer an excellent Full Breakfast and our lounge bar is still open 12 noon-early evenings throughout the Season (non-smoking).

Invernairne Guest House Accommodation

Accommodation all en-suite with sea views and ground floor bedroom available.
Types of rooms offered are:
Double Room Ensuite
Single Room Ensuite
Family Room Ensuite sleeps 3
Family Room Ensuite sleeps 4
Superior 4 Poster Ensuite Room

Invernairne Guest House Facilities

Indoor swimming pool with steam bath (5 minute walk)
Squash, tennis, gym & sauna (in Leisure Centre – only 5 minutes walk)
Log Fire
Payphone Provided
Pets Welcome By Arrangement
Highchair Available
Cot Available
No Smoking Permitted
Credit Cards Accepted
Delta Card
JCB Card
Solo Card
Switch/Maestro Card

Sandy beaches
Just a few miles from Inverness & Loch Ness
Historic castles
Fascinating Nairn Museum
Squash, tennis, gym & sauna (in Leisure Centre – only 5 minutes walk)

On the Moray Firth has a resident population of dolphins and seals.
(The WDCS Dolphin and Seal Centre is a great place for information.
Wonderful dolphin and wildlife photos by local photographer can be seen at
Dolphin boat trips run from Inverness (approx. 14 miles)
Golf (Nairn with 2 Championship courses); 20 more courses easily within reach
Bird watching
Highland country sports
Highland Games in many Highland towns during the season
Horse riding
Fascinating tours of the many whisky distilleries within easy reach (e.g. Speyside)
Fishing (a salmon weighing over 30 pounds was caught on the River Nairn in April 2005)


Nairn - just 15 miles east of Inverness - is accessible by air, rail and road.AirThe Invernairne is just 6 miles from Inverness Airport.
Regular daily flights operate between London Gatwick(Easyjet), Luton (Easyjet), Glasgow (British Airways), Manchester (Eastern Airways) and Inverness.
Nairn is on the main line between Inverness and Aberdeen with regular connections from both.
Invernairne staff will be happy to book a cab on your behalf to take you to the Guest House to Nairn station which will take approximately 5 minutes.
RoadNairn is on the A96, 15 miles from Inverness and 90 miles from Aberdeen.

From the south
Take the A9 from Glasgow/Edinburgh to Inverness, then head east.
From the Inverness direction on A96: once in Nairn - turn left down Albert Street (opposite a former Church) and Thurlow Road is third right, some 600 yards along.
From the Aberdeen direction on A96:pass the bus station on the right (Somerfield Supermarket on your left) and turn right up Albert Street (opposite a former Church) and Thurlow Road is third right, some 600 yards along.

A regular daily bus service runs from both Inverness and Aberdeen.
Again, we will be happy to arrange a taxi on your behalf to take you from Nairn bus station to the Invernairne.

Email Invernairne Guest House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com