Visitors are sure to enjoy the restaurants, bars, and shopping in Nairn. Visitors who journey to this welcoming and walkable, riverfront city can discover its spas, castle, and golfing.
- There are 10 Nairn hotels
- August is the most expensive month to travel here, while January tends to be the cheapest
- Closest major airport is in Inverness (INV), 8.4 mi (13.6 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Nairn
- Its historic sites and castle are notable and landmarks to visit include Lochindorb Castle and Culloden Battlefield
- The natural beauty of the riverfront is picturesque, and places to visit include Nairn Beach, North Sutor Cliffs, and Bellfield Park
- Shopping is tops in the area, and Eastgate Shopping Centre is a favourite locale for retail therapy
Getting around Nairn
Nairn has many options for getting around. To see more of the larger area, hop on a train at NAIRN.
Staying in Nairn
You might like one of these highly rated smaller hotels or specialty properties for a romantic getaway, a cosy spot, or a boutique stay:
- Tali Ayer, averaging GBP 178.96/night
- Golf View Hotel & Spa, averaging GBP 153.98/night
Tali Ayer, a 4-star favourite with Expedia travellers, has a 5 out of 5 user rating. Also Golf View Hotel & Spa has a 4.3 rating by guests.
Dressing for Nairn
- Between January and March, you can expect average temperatures of 9°C during the day and 1°C at night
- From April to June, the average during the day is 17°C, while the average at night is 3°C
- July through September has daytime averages of 17°C with nighttime averages of 7°C
- In October–December, you can expect daytime averages of 13°C and nighttime averages of 1°C
- Average annual rainfall for Nairn is 31 millimetres