We had a very nice stay at this hotel recently. Nicely situated in a quiet area of Nairn it was ideal for a relaxing couple of days away. We ate in the hotel one night which was very good quality, nice surroundings and value for money.
The Leisure facilities were good, clean and all areas - Sauna, Steam Room etc - working. They even had an outdoor hot tub looking out over the Cromarty Firth - very nice and a must try!
The hotel is only a 10 minute stroll to find yourself in the centre of Nairn. Would stay there again.
I stayed at Braeval Hotel for 3 nights. I had asked about getting my bag up the 2 flights of stairs prior to my arrival and this was promptly carried out pleasantly by the staff. The ensuite room, immaculately cleaned each day, and overlooked the town common and Moray Firth, was particularly delightful. Although there was no hotel parking as such, getting a space for my hire car was easy. Driving around was easy. Public transport was also readily available.
The Covenanters Inn is about 350 years old. It is situated in Auldearn, a village with a great deal of history. We walked round the village and visited a few places of historic interest. The inn itself has served many purposes - starting off as a mill and, as recently as forty years ago, part of the bar was a pig barn.
Traveller from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
The Covenanter's Inn is located in Auldearn, within 2 miles of Nairn , between Inverness, the capital of the Highlands and …More
We toured in Scotland for one week and this was the best places we stayed at. The house was big and decent, with spacious parking lot, friendly staff, sufficient rooms, plenty of facilities, beautiful yards, nice breakfast, super close to lovely beaches and parks, and not far away from downtown Nairne. We were a family of four, so booked a suite with one kind bed at a room, and two single beds at other. The rooms faced the beautiful seashore, and it was very quiet at night. Highly recommend!
Traveller from Kirkland, WA, USA
Treating visitors to a wonderful setting overlooking the Moray Firth, the Invernairne Guest House, Nairn is an …More
The ancient market town of Nairn is now a popular seaside resort on the Moray Firth coast. Visitors can enjoy the long, sandy beach and golfers can delight at the two Championship golf courses, featuring spectacular views. Culbin Sands Nature Reserve is home to idyllic coastal trails, offering an unusual mix of thick forest, salt marshes, and sand bars, stretching approximately 14 km east of Nairn.
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