The hotel has a selection of bedroom styles from singles to suites, many with sea views facing over the Moray Firth. Almost all en-suite bathrooms comprise separate bath and shower, with Scottish Fine Soaps products provided for your comfort.
Claiming more hours of sunshine than any other Scottish town, it is without wonder why Charlie Chaplin returned to Nairn year after year for his family holidays! Prosperity has flourished in the “Brighton of the north”, progressing from the Victorian era to the present day. They promise to fill your break with heart and soul throughout your time in this superb location.
Welcome to the award-winning kitchens of Nairn. Choose fine dining in the award-winning Fairways Restaurant, a meal in the contemporary Links Brasserie with panoramic views out over the Moray Firth or afternoon tea in the comfort of the lounge.
The Fairways Restaurant comprises full windows, almost from ceiling to floor along one wall, and the heavy velvet curtains and rich décor give Fairways a more formal setting to sit down to dinner than the brasserie. A certain ambience is created with the combination of dim lighting and attention to quality and detail.
The Links Brasserie, set in less formal conservatory surroundings, offers a more relaxed, bistro-style menu where guests can view sunsets over the Cromarty Hills and beyond at dinner. In addition to the starters, main courses and grills available in the Links, sharing platters are also an option.
The spa is a welcoming, warm yet tranquil space… The pool area overlooks the Moray Firth, and the spa is a place where you can gain serenity and ultimate relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of life.
Step away from the stresses in life, and find a spa offering a haven for you to indulge in a fine Scottish spa experience.
Nairn is a beautiful ancient fishing and market town located on the banks of the Moray Firth. Stunning sandy beaches, Championship golf courses and dolphin watching are only some of the reasons why Nairn remains to this day a popular holiday destination.
Staying in Nairn offers a great base for exploring the Scottish Highlands, from Culloden to Loch Ness. The Nairn Highland Games is a big event in the local calendar bringing friends and family together in summer and the beach is one of the most beautiful on the north coast with stretches of sands that go on for miles and a promenade for short strolls.
Venture to Loch Ness and stop off at Urquhart Castle, have a beer at the Black Isle Brewery or do a spot of shopping in Inverness.