The town itself is renowned for its harbour and market, as well as its long, sandy beaches with outstanding views of the Black Isle and Moray Firth.
Nairn is situated on the A96, 15 miles east of Inverness and 80 miles west of Aberdeen. From the direction of Inverness, turn left from the A96 at Nairn Old Parish Church and onto Seabank Road which leads to Golf View as the last building on the right. On approaching Nairn from the east, drive through the town centre on the A96 until you see the Parish Church on the right hand side. Turn right here into Seabank Road and follow the road down towards the sea where Golf View is located on the right hand side.
With panoramic views of the Moray Firth and the Black Isle, revitalising spa treatments, floor to ceiling windows in our Hickory restaurant, calming sea-facing rooms, our Golf View Hotel & Spa is the perfect destination to explore Scotland’s coastal scenery.
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“A wonderful weekend at the Golf View for my birthday. We all agreed that the service, staff, food and spa were faultless. Double lucky that our second night (Sunday) offered us the most beautifully cooked roast beef. It was a unanimous choice for us all. The view was breathtaking. Thanks again for a fantastic weekend making lots of fond memories in a relaxing atmosphere.”
How can I travel to the Moray Coast and Nairn?
15 miles outside Inverness, Nairn is around a three and a half hour drive from Glasgow or Edinburgh through Perth and Aviemore on the A9.
Which type of birdlife can I see at the Moray Coast?
In this area, you can spot a number of waterbirds such as the greylag geese, ospreys, pink-footed geese, long-tailed ducks and much more.
Are there any historical sites near Nairn?
Yes. Nairn is an ideal location for travel to many sites such as Loch Ness in Inverness, the local Cawdor Castle and Gardens and battlefield of Culloden.
Can I play golf whilst visiting the area?
Yes. The golf courses in Nairn are world-renowned and have hosted a great number of championship golf tournaments and competitions over the years thanks to their challenging courses.
Views from the pool across the Moray Firth
Access to the beach from hotel grounds
Brodie Castle, Cawdor Castle and Duffus Castle nearby
Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
Dogs always welcome
Keeping you connected in business and in pleasure
We pride ourselves in our ishga spa treatments
Free on-site car parking
Charge your electric car for free in our reserved spaces
Our heated indoor pool has views across the Moray Firth