Nairnshire Self-Catering Holiday Cottages
We welcome you to come and stay in a cosy cottage for a pleasant holiday in Nairnshire on the Moray Firth.
There are a lot of good things that one can say about Nairnshire; there are some fantastic places to walk and stay, the wildlife is remarkable and the local population is welcoming of visitors. Nairnshire is an excellent place to choose to stay in a holiday cottage or pine lodge and have a self-catering break to look back on fondly. Evenings in Nairnshire can be a little chilly outwith the summer months so it is very nice to have a self-catering holiday home with a wood burner to cast a warm glow. Read more about self-catering breaks in Nairnshire.
Nairnshire, is a historic district in north-eastern Scotland and is a tranquil place for a rural relaxed break. It is also a romantic sort of place to visit in Scotland and ideal for cottages for couples who might like to enjoy a relaxing break taking in the wildlife, secluded beaches, boat trips and meals out.
Rent holiday accommodation in Nairn
Rent holiday apartments and pine lodges to stay in the historic principal town of Nairn if you like to have local amenities convienently close by. This would certainly suit families with children, needs shops, things to do and see and anyone who likes to visit the local hostelry for a night cap.
Take the children to see dolphins during your holiday in Nairnshire
Nairn is surrounded by the Moray Firth in the north, Morayshire on the east, part of Inverness-shire on the south-east and Morayshire in the south. This is the place to come for a holiday if you hope to spot dolphins and go fishing. Give the children an encounter with angling and they make take the sport up late in life. Nairn is the eastern gateway to the Highlands, the town offers a number of options for self catering cottage holidays.
Stay in country cottages or self catering pine lodge holidays surrounded by stunning highland scenery in Nairnshire for that satifying pleasure that beauty gives. All of our Nairnshire holiday accommodation is of a good clean quality and ranges from simple to 5 start luxury.
Castles, cottages and Macbeth connections
If you are planning for cottage holidays in Nairnshire, you can visit Nairn Museum to explore the history of the town and Cawdor Castle, which has its connections to Shakespeare's Macbeth. This would make an excellent educational trip for older children and another good reason for holidaying in Nairnshire. Other than this, the town is also known for its extensive wildlife, including dolphins, deer and golden eagles.
Sandy beaches, riverside walks, Fishertown, restaurants, shopping and the Harbour all can be visited while on holidays in Nairnshire. Whilst on a self catering holiday you may also want to visit the outskirts to see Fort George, Culloden Battlefield, Culbin Forestand or Culbin Sands. Moreover, there are some excellent opportunities for golfing in Nairnshire. Moreover, for finding suitable accommodation in this part of Scotland, our Area Guide can be helpful.