to Redburn Steading, a luxury holiday cottage near Nairn.
Redburn Steading is an old stone building which was converted recently
to provide luxury self catering holiday accommodation sleeping 6/7 in
beautiful countryside just seven miles inland from the coastal town of
Nairn in the Scottish Highlands.
Our holiday cottage is modern, light and spacious and finished to a high
For fishermen we have the River Findhorn and trout lochs just minutes
away and about 17 golf courses within very easy reach.
The hills, moors and woods around us provide a superb area for walkers
Aviemore is only half an hour away and is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast
and Nairn boasts spectacular beaches.
Redburn Steading luxury holiday cottage provides the
ideal self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a varied interest holiday
in this superb location close to Nairn.
Redburn Steading Accommodation
The accommodation consists of a large through lounge/ diner with television,
DVD player and HiFi.
The kitchen is spacious, modern and well equipped with a washer/drier,
There is one large double bedroom downstairs which has zip and link beds
for flexibility and an en suite bathroom.
This room has patio doors to the terrace.
Upstairs there is a large twin room with an en suite shower room and the
third bedroom is very large with a king sized bed and a double sofa bed.
It also has an en suite shower room.
All the bedrooms have televisions and good views over the surrounding
country side and garden.
Equipped and finished to a high standard with every need catered for.
Redburn Steading Facilities
Covered Drying Facilities Available
Central Heating Throughout Property
CD Player/DVD Player Available
No Pets Allowed
First Aid available
Other Disabled Facilities
No Smoking Permitted
For eating out there is The Cawdor Tavern in Cawdor village
and a wide selection of restaurants, cafes and pubs in Nairn, and Forres
and Grantown both 20 minutes away.
Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is 30 minutes away and also has
a wide variety of restaurants plus a very good theatre and of course many
The coastal town of Nairn with its spectacular beaches and championship
golf courses is just 10 minutes away as is the pretty Heritage village
of Cawdor with its castle of “Macbeth” fame.
There are two trout fishing lochs just a few minutes away and the River
Findhorn runs near by.
There are many opportunities for cyclists and walkers to explore the lovely
surrounding countryside from the doorstep and golfers can choose from
the 17 courses in the area including the brand new Castle Stuart Links.
For horse riders there is a very good riding centre 5 minutes away.
Aviemore with its many attractions is about 30 minutes away As well as
skiing and boarding there is The Cairngorm Funicular Railway, quad
bike treks, white water rafting and the Highland
Wild Life Park.
Inverness airport is 25 minutes away and there is a railway station at
We are located on the corner of a lane off the A939 road connecting Nairn
with Grantown-on-Spey and easily found on the first turning to the right
signed for Ardclach, the Ardclach Bell Tower and Dulsie Bridge when approaching
from Nairn ( about 7 miles ).
Coming from Grantown take the second turning on the left signed for Ardclach
etc ( about 15 miles ).
Getting there from the Information Centre
From Nairn : Continue on the A96 towards Aberdeen and
take the A939 signposted Grantown on Spey for approximately seven miles
until a right turn signed for Ardclach Bell Tower and Dulsie Bridge.
Turn immediately right into Redburn House and the Steading is directly
From Grantown : Take the A939 for about 15 miles signed for Nairn
until the second left turn signed for Ardclach and Dulsie Bridge having
passed over a bridge over the River Findhorn.
Turn right into Redburn House and the Steading is straight ahead.
Getting There by Railway
Nearest railway station is Nairn.
There is no public transport so a taxi would be required.
Getting there by Aeroplane
Inverness Airport is twenty minutes away and hire cars are available on
From the airport proceed along the A96 in the direction of Aberdeen and
in about 1 ½ miles take sign for Cawdor
(B9090) follow for approx 6 miles past Cawdor until the A939 is reached.
Turn right towards Grantown on Spey and in about 6 miles take right turn
signed for Ardclach and Dulsie Bridge then immediately right into Redburn
House and the Steading is directly ahead.
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