The Golf View Hotel & Spa is set in a superb location with the beautiful vistas of the golden sands and Moray Firth coastline beyond. Within close proximity of the hotel there are many great visitor attractions and activities, with golf among the true highlights of the area.
Golf - The Nairn Golf Club This renowned course is a fine test of golf for amateur and professional alike, with abundant heather and gorse, perhaps the best greens of any course in Scotland and a scenic mountainous backdrop to complete the package on offer here for a most enjoyable round of golf.
The Nairn Golf Club's truly remarkable feature is that from every hole you can see the Moray Firth and the golden colouring and changing lights of the Black Isle. Founded in 1887, it is now one of the best courses in Scotland, and has hosted a large number of important championships. It is probably best known for hosting the Walker Cup of 1999 and was host to the Curtis Cup in 2012. Curtis Cup in 2012.
Golf - Nairn Dunbar Golf Club
Situated on the shores of the Moray Firth, the Nairn Dunbar Golf Course, founded in 1899, is a highly rated Scottish links championship course representing a formidable challenge with its gorse and whin lined fairways. The club enjoys a growing reputation for high quality competition golf. Renowned for its excellent condition and friendly reception to visitors, it has hosted many national events.
Wildlife Watching - Ecoventures Tours
The Moray Firth is home to an abundance of sea life including Bottlenose Dolphins, Harbor Porpoise, Grey Seals and Minke Whales. There is also bird colony at the North Sutor Cliffs including Black Guillemot, Guillemot, Razorbill and Kittiwake.
The Moray Firth is famously home to the most northerly colony of Bottlenose Dolphin and the largest in the world, growing up to four meters in length and sometimes living for over 40 years. Ecoventures Tours run daily boat trips in The Moray Firth where you can witness this wonderful sea life in their own habitat.
Historical Site - Cawdor Castle Cawdor Castle has a magical name which is romantically linked with Macbeth by Shakespeare. It has superb gardens with the walled garden dating back to 1620, and was the original kitchen garden for the castle. Part of the garden is now a holly maze.
Historical Site - Fort George
Fort George is quite simply the finest example of 18th-century military engineering you’ll find anywhere in the British Isles. This vast garrison fortress was begun in the aftermath of the Battle of Culloden (1746) and it took over 20 years to complete. It remains virtually unaltered today and perfect for a great day out.
Please feel free to contact us on 01667 452301 for any Moray tourist information you need - we will always do our utmost to help.