Nairn is a popular tourist stop with loads to do. As such, you are really spoiled for choice with accommodation in Nairn.
Hotels in Nairn
There is a fantastic selection of hotels to choose from in Nairn.
The Muthu Newton Hotel
The Muthu Newton Hotel is popular with international travellers that are visiting Nairn to enjoy its wonderful selection of golf courses.
This hotel is on the border of Nairn Golf Course and is set in 21 acres of scenic parklands. Views from this hotel are excellent as it overlooks the Moray Firth and beyond to the Black Isles.
Guests can also book a table at the onsite Chaplin’s Restaurant in the hotel’s conservatory, where they can enjoy traditional Scottish meals and local produce.Check Online Availability
Golf View Hotel & Spa
This beachfront hotel is the dream destination for those looking for a luxury spa break in Nairn.
In the morning guests can walk through the hotels pretty gardens=to the seashore and return to the hotel for an afternoon of pampering at the spa. Once the evening arrives you can enjoy fine dining in the AA Rosette-awarded Fairways Restaurant.Check Online Availability
West End Hotel
A stone’s throw away from the picturesque town of Nairn, the West End Hotel is the perfect spot for those looking to indulge in a relaxing getaway and a well-deserved break from life in the city centre.
This family-friendly hotel in Nairn features an onsite restaurant, a shared lounge, a bar and free parking. There’s also a picturesque garden and terrace area – an ideal spot to unwind pre-dinner.
Other nearby places include Cawdor Castle, and the famous Nairn Museum – an enchanting insight into the town’s colourful past.
Guests at this Nairn hotel can enjoy a continental breakfast, free Wi Fi and a paid shuttle service.Check Online Availability
This family-run pub-hotel has been awarded ‘CAMRA Highland & Islands Pub of the Year 2014’ three times in a row and is a central part of the local community.
Boasting a menu of 100+ single malt whiskies, eight stylish en-suite bedrooms, sea views and a traditional Victorian Villa facade, the Braeval Hotel is a top choice for visitors wishing to explore everything Scotland has to offer.
Renowned for its ocean-view restaurant, you can dine in style on steaks, seafood and an array of traditional local produce, to a panorama of the famous Moray Firth and the resident Bottlenose dolphins.
A haven of relaxation in Nairn Scotland, and a popular spot for golfers. Other nearby attractions include Nairn’s town centre, the harbour, and the local bus and train station.Check Online Availability
The Albert Inn
Ten-minutes from the idyllic Nairn coastline, and 20 minutes from Nairn Railway Station, the Albert Inn boasts a selection of great hotel rooms.
Many of the area’s famed tourist spots are on its doorstep, including Loch Ness, the Battleground of Culloden and Nairn Golf Club.
Guests have access to room service, a tour desk and a garden. All eight bedrooms are contemporary in style and offer everything you could need for a relaxing stay in Nairn, including high-speed Wi Fi, free parking and in-room amenities.Check Online Availability
Bed and Breakfast Nairn
There are plenty of bed and breakfasts to choose from in the Scottish Highlands, to ensure you get the best deal, book in advance.
Our top choice for couples staying in Nairn is Washington House. This stunning guest house in Nairn offers guests sea views and its stylish modern rooms are simply luxurious.
This is a great base in Naird for NC500 travellers as free WiFi and free private parking is available. Guests also have access to a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. Hosts here also leave guests complimentary toiletries.
Once you are ready to begin your next day of adventure, you can kick start it with a continental or buffet breakfast.Check Online Availability
Excellent location! This popular B&B located in Nairn is just a short distance away from Nairn Beach.
Tali Ayer is a wonderful place for you to unwind after a day of exploring as guests can chill out in the property’s spacious garden and enjoy the antique furniture which is scattered about.
When you retire to your room you can take full advantage of the flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and a private bathroom. Some rooms at this traditional Scottish hideaway have a grand fireplaces- perfect for a cosy winter evening.
The Tali Ayer is only 550 yards from Nairn Museum and is a short drive away from Cawdor Castle.Check Online Availability
Great for families Hay Lodge in Nairn offers guests a choice of large, attractive rooms.
This four-star bed and breakfast accommodation is just a 5-minute walk from the beach and boasts a comfortable outdoor terrace area which guests can use throughout their stay.
If you are travelling into Inverness after your stay in Nairn, this hotel is less than twenty-five minutes away from this wonderful city.Check Online Availability
Sandown House B&B
This sweet Nairn guest house gets a 5-star rating. Just a short drive from Inverness Airport, discover a handful of championship golf courses, sandy beaches, and the whisky distilleries Nairn is famed for.
Nature lover? Take a walk on the wild side through the woods or along the shoreline. Nearby Nairn attractions include Culloden Battlefield, Culbin Forest, Nairn Golf Club, Brodie Castle, Cawdor Castle, Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle.
All guests benefit from a homemade, locally cooked breakfast, free Wi Fi, car parking, and free cancellation (providing you amend your booking in advance).Check Online Availability
Described as a ‘home away from home’, Wetherby House is popular with Nairn locals and tourists. All guests have access to free Wi Fi, hotel rooms boasting flat-screen TVs, free parking and a complimentary breakfast.
Close by, you’ll find The Classroom Restaurant, a popular surf and turf option, Boath Doocot, and various other famed Nairn attractions.Check Online Availability
Holiday Cottages Nairn
If you’re looking for homely holiday rentals in Nairn, a holiday cottage could be just the ticket. Thankfully, there are plenty of properties to choose from. To get the best deal, make sure you book in advance.
What could be more relaxing than clear blue skies, sandy dunes, the vista of the famous Moray Firth and riverside walks? This expansive, detached home sits on the coast, making it the perfect place to switch off from reality.
Boasting a pretty dog-friendly garden with sweeping lawns, private parking and a total of four idyllic bedrooms, this house in Nairn is the perfect ‘home from home’.
Situated in the picture-perfect Fishertown, close to the Northern Highlands, Culloden Battlefield, Brodie, Forres and Fort George – this superb house is a must-visit for family and friends.Check Online Availability
Riverside View, in the centre of Fishertown, boasts easy access to the city centre and the ocean. With a stunning vista, contemporary living space, private garden and free WiFi, this is a great base to explore all Nairn has to offer.
An ideal option for those searching for child-friendly holiday rentals in Scotland. To secure the best deal and view their cancellation policies, check the website for more information.Check Online Availability
Boasting an abundance of bedrooms, this spacious, bright cottage is ideal for groups. Being one of the larger properties, it’s a rare find and a must-visit for those looking for walking holiday rentals in Nairn Scotland.
With an idyllic garden, onsite parking and multiple must-see attractions on your doorstep, it’s little wonder this Cottage is one of the best peaceful holiday rentals near Nairn.Check Online Availability
Nairn Accommodation Self Catering
Are you looking for self-catering breaks in Nairn. There are several cottages scattered about the town that will suit your needs. We have chosen our favourite self-catering spot in the town below.
Dram Cottage is an excellent choice for guests that are looking for pet-friendly accommodation Nairn.
This cosy spot near the beach is less than a mile away from Nairn Museum. At the end of the day, guests can relax in the property’s patio , BBQ and garden and watch the stunning sunset over Nairn.
The holiday home is a great choice for a group or for a family as it features two bedrooms, a flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and a well-sized bathroom with a bath.Check Online Availability
Woodland Lodges – Ben Wyvis
This luxury hideaway, surrounded by rolling hills and the picture-perfect panorama of Findhorn Bay and Moray Firth, is adored by nature lovers.
Set in the stunning grounds of Burgie Estate, this house features a hot tub, heather cloaked hills, sandy beaches, and a golf club nearby. The neighbouring distillery is situated at the end of the drive, whilst the local pub, shop and restaurant are all within a 5-mile radius.
Featuring a total of six bedrooms, this is a great deal for those looking for family holiday rentals away from the city centre.Check Online Availability
Limelife Garden Studio
This self-contained apartment poses as a relaxing Highland getaway for friends and family. Located in the West End of Nairn, just a few minutes from the local bus and train station, and a stone’s throw from numerous restaurants, shops, tearooms and bars.
Inside, you’ll discover an idyllic open plan living space with a kitchenette and en-suite shower room – the perfect size for a couple wishing to enjoy a romantic weekend escape in Nairn.Check Online Availability
Camping more your thing? Pitch a tent under the stars and enjoy a magical stay in Nairn, with the ocean as your swimming pool.
Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park
One for ocean lovers, this Highland holiday escape is nestled between Elgin and Inverness. Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park boasts pitches that offer direct access to the dunes. Situated a short distance from the Cairngorms, Loch Ness and the lively Inverness City Centre, there is something to suit all.
For more information on the latest deals, offers and cancellation policies, check the website.Check Online Availability
Want to Glamp in Nairn? Macbeth’s Hillock en-suite glamping pods are a must! Family and dog friendly, you can enjoy picnics, campfires, and vistas of the beautiful Scottish coastline. This part of Nairn is renowned for Shakespeare’s witchy tales and resident dolphins.
Book in advance to ensure you secure the best deal.Check Online Availability
A family-friendly camping site nestled between Inverness and Nairn, and set on a working farm. This is an ideal spot for country-enthusiasts and a great escape from city-centre living.
This is the perfect place to pitch a tent in Nairn if you wish to visit the Highlands, the Malt Whiskey Trail, the Highland Tourist Route and the North Coast 500.