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Nairn hotelWelcome to Sunny Brae Hotel, Nairn.

We invite you to come and enjoy the peace & quiet, and wonderful sea view from our family run 4 star small hotel in Nairn on the beautiful coast of the Moray Firth in the Scottish Highlands.

The four star rated Sunny Brae Hotel represents a high standard of accommodation and is all that is expected when visiting the Scottish Highlands on holiday.

Sunny Brae Hotel Accommodation

We have a choice of 8 en-suite bedrooms, 7 twin / double rooms and 1 small double/single.
Each room has been individually fitted out and furnished to a high standard.

The Master room has floor to ceiling window offering a wonderful sea view.
The bed can be either a king size double or twin.
The large bathroom has bath and shower and there is under floor heating.
Complimentary mineral water and fruit are provided.

We have three Sea view rooms with one of them fitted out for wheelchair access.
Each room has been individually fitted out and furnished to a high standard.

One of the sea view rooms has bath and shower and the other 2 have shower only.
All the double / twin rooms have king size beds which are 6 foot wide in double format and 2 x 3 foot when twin.
Two of our standard rooms have bath and shower while one has a walk in shower only.

Sunny Brae Hotel Facilities

Wining and Dining at the Sunny Brae Hotel, Nairn
Sunny Brae Hotel restaurant has been recommended by Eat Scotland in recognition of an excellent standard of food, service and ambience’.
The hotel is Non-Smoking throughout.
All rooms have complimentary:
W i-fi
Mineral water
Bath robes
Radio alarm
LCD TV with free view.
Laundry Service Available
Pets Welcome By Arrangement
Highchair Available
Baby Listening/Sitting Facilities Available
Cot Available
Disabled Facilities
No Smoking Permitted

Credit Cards Accepted
Delta Card
Solo Card
Switch/Maestro Card

Cruises to see the dolphins, porpoise and seals which are resident in the inner Moray firth are available from from Nairn Harbour with Skipper Eric Wardlaw’s Phoenix boat trips.
Mountain biking
Hill walking
Nairn has 2 excellent championship golf courses Nairn Dunbar and Nairn Golf Club which was host to the 37th Walker Cup in 1999.


Whisky Distilleries
The Malt Whisky Trail lies by the River Spey in the Grampian Highlands of Scotland.
S Some of the finest malt whiskies available are distilled in this beautiful area of Scotland.

Loch Ness
The largest body of freshwater in Britain covering an area of 21 square miles and almost 800 feet deep.
It is reputed to be the home of the Loch Ness Monster.

Culbin Forest
The area known as the Culbin Forest was formerly fertile farm land whch was covered on beach sand during raging sand storms in 1694 and later.
The drifting of the costal sands was due to the harvesting of maram grass for thatching.

Clava Cairns
Mysterious standing stones & burial cairns dating from the Bronze Age.

Culloden Battlefield
Site of the battle which ended Bonnie Prince Charlie’s dream of the Jacobite Uprising in 1746.
20 minutes drive from Nairn.

Fort George
An outstanding, unaltered artillery fortress built just after The Battle of Culloden.

Capital of the Highlands with its castle, cathedral, museum, theatre, shops and markets.
Venue for music festivals and many events throughout the year.

Historic Towns
Forres (one of Scotland’s oldest towns) features Sueno’s Stone.
This huge monument, some 23 feet tall, was carved with battle scenes possibly as long as 1000 years ago.

Cawdor Castle
The most romantic castle in the Highlands is 15 minutes south of Nairn. Home of the Thanes of Cawdor and famous for its links with Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

Email Sunny Brae Hotel enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com