Attractions

  • Nairn Museum

    Address:
    Viewfield House, Viewfield Dr, Nairn IV12 4EE, UK .
  • Station Park

    Address:
    Nairn IV12 5NQ, UK .

    Nairn County Football Club is a Scottish senior football club based in the town of Nairn, Highland. Nicknamed the Wee County, they were founded in 1914 and play at Station Park. They have played in the Highland Football League since 1919, winning their only league title in the 1975–76 season.

  • Secret beach

    Address:
    UK, Nairn IV12, UK .
  • Strathspey Steam Railway

    Address:
    Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore Station, Dalfaber Rd, Aviemore PH22 1PY .

    The Strathspey Railway invites you to step aboard our trains this year and help celebrate forty years of the return of steam travel through the Highlands of Scotland.

    Brought back to life in 1978 by a dedicated group of volunteers, this ten mile restored section of the original Highland Railway Line enables you to travel back in time to an era when steam whistles blew , carriage doors slammed shut and there was a familiar click-clack, rhythm of the rails, as the train travelled along the track.

     

  • Cairngorm National Park

    Address:
    PH22 1PY .

    Explore the Cairngorms National Park during your stay with us. The UK’s largest national park, and an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Cairngorms showcase the majesty and diversity of the serene Scottish Highlands, with ancient pine forests, breathtaking mountain-tops and mighty rushing rivers.

    The ClubHouse hotel is the perfect base from which to explore the Cairngorms National Park, and there’s a wide array of family-friendly walks, trails and fun-filled activities to entertain kids of all ages.

    What’s on offer:

    • The UK’s largest national park
    • Activities for all the family
    • Family-friendly walks
    • Includes four of Scotland’s five highest mountains and 43 Munros
  • Whisky Trail

    Address:
    Invererne Rd, Forres IV36 3EB, UK .

    Whisky, Scotland's national drink, has been produced in Scotland for hundreds of years, and is one of the country's oldest industries. Uncover the process and sample the final product at a local distillery such as Benromach. Check out the Speyside region, home to the Speyside Single Malts. Or visit some of the best-selling single malt whisky distilleries in the world, including the homes of the world-renowned Glenlivet and Glenfiddich.

    What’s on offer:

    • Explore Scotland’s famous whisky distilleries including Benromach
    • Take guided tours
    • Check out the famous Speyside region
    • Taste the world-renowned Glenlivet and Glenfiddich
  • Cawdor Castle

    Address:
    Cawdor Castle Nairn Scotland IV12 5RD .

    A romantic fairy-tale castle that has been the home of the Thanes of Cawdor since 1370, Cawdor has evolved into a charming family mansion and the most outstanding of stately homes.

    Opening details: 1st May to 4th October 2015. Opening times 10am - 5:30pm. (Last entry 5pm) 7 days a week

  • Culloden Battlefield

    Address:
    Culloden Battlefield, Culloden Moor, Inverness, Highlands, IV2 5EU .

    On 16 April 1746, the final Jacobite Rising came to a brutal head. Jacobite supporters, seeking to restore the Stuart monarchy to the British thrones, gathered to fight the Duke of Cumberland's government troops. It was the last pitched battle on British soil and, in less than an hour, around 1,500 men were slain – more than 1,000 of them Jacobites.

    The richly researched, stimulating and sensitive Culloden Visitor Centre, which stands beside the battlefield, features artefacts from both sides of the battle and interactive displays that reveal the background to the conflict. It stands as a monument and a guide to a pivotal day in history. Discover how a bloody fight that lasted only an hour changed life in the Highlands forever.

    A visit to Culloden is a poignant experience. Headstones mark the graves of hundreds of clansmen who gave their lives for the Jacobite cause; a 6m-high memorial cairn honours the fallen; and an eerie silence often falls across wild Drummossie Moor – there is no escaping the emotions Culloden evokes.

  • Nairn Golf Club

    Address:
    The Nairn Golf Club, Seabank Road, Nairn IV12 4HB, UK .

    Ranked number 11 in the list of Top 100 Courses in Scotland 2015 (Golf World Magazine), this Traditional Scottish Golf Links Course was created from a Highland wilderness of gorse and heather, and tests the talents of professional and amateur alike. Founded in 1887, it is now one of the best courses in Scotland, and has hosted a large number of important championships.