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Nairn hotelThe Pine Tree House is spacious, comfortable, attractive, well equipped, recently redecorated house is open all year and only 5 miles from Inverness Airport.

It is situated on a secondary road half a mile from Summerfield supermarket.

The Pine Tree House Accommodation

It has 3 bedrooms containing a new king size bed 5 feet (1 metre 53 centimetres) wide by 6 feet 6 inches (1 metre 53 centimetres) long.
Also 3 single beds (one new) and a large cot.
The bathroom contains a bath, shower, washbasin and toilet and there is an extra toilet and washbasin downstairs as well as an extra washbasin in the double bedroom.

The Pine Tree House Facilities

The kitchen has a large dishwasher, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, toaster and an electric kettle.
There is a TV/video with a digital set top box in the lounge.
Laundry Facilities on Complex
Regarding the exterior, the front garden has flowerbeds and a spacious parking area, enough for 2 or 3 vehicles.
The, large rear secluded garden has perennial flowers, fruit, vegetables and facilities for playing badminton and croquet.
There are modern deckchairs with a matching low table available for relaxation.
No pets permitted.
Outdoor Play Area
Highchair Available
Cot Available
No Smoking Permitted
No credit cards accepted
Eating Out Facilities within 2 miles
Shop within 2 Miles

Aided by these you could travel and within a mile see the white sandy beach, marine harbour, packed with yachts and the famous Nairn Golf Club where the international ‘Walkers Cup’ was televised world wide in 1999.
Drive from 'The Pine Tree House'. Other sports available are horse riding, fishing, game shooting, sailing and in the magnificent mountainous regions, skiing e.g. Lecht – great for children.
In addition you could visit many historical places, e.g. Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, Brodie and Cawdor castles.
At the latter you might like to refresh yourselves at ‘Cawdor Tavern’, which received the accolade for Britain.
Other tours are a dolphin boat trip on Loch Ness and the whisky distillery trails.

Getting there from the Information Centre
The Nairn Tourist Centre is at present in the Public Library, High Street, Nairn, but might be relocated in the Autumn 2007 to the New Community Centre in King Street, next to the Police Station.
Go to Inverness Road and you will find Manse Road on a turning on the right after the Parish Church.
‘The Pine Tree House’ is number 34 and has a very tall pine tree in the front garden.
Getting There by Railway
Take a train to Nairn Station.
Getting there by Aeroplane
Arrive at Dalcross (Inverness) Airport, then take a 10 min. taxi ride to Nairn, or hire a car in advance from the airport.
Getting There by Ferry
Usually will transport your car. From Orkney and Shetland

Email The Pine Tree House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com