The property is located within the Gateway to the Highlands, within quick and easy travelling distance to many of the Highlands top attractions and sights. On our doorstep are the following popular attractions:
-Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle
-Castle Stuart Golf Link (home of the Barclays Scottish Open)
-Dolphin watching on the Moray Firth
-Many top quality golf courses, including Nairn, Fortrose and Royal Dornoch
If the above attractions do not tempt you, then the peace and tranquillity of the surrounds may. There are activities and attractions for all – be it hill walking, sightseeing, or for the more adventurous, Mountain Biking, Canoeing and Canyoning. The house is also ideally located for a quiet and peaceful holiday, especially if you just want to get away from it all, relax and snuggle up with a good book.
A Blue Flag beach just 50m from the house
Nairn has two championship link golf courses. Castle Stuart Golf Course is only 15 mins drive and regularly hosts prestigious events.
Dolphin, Seal and Bird Watching
Superb area for birdwatching, including red kites, osprey, terns, buzzards, waders and sea birds. Culben Forest and Udale Bay RSPB sites are both a short drive away. Loch Garten Osprey Centre RSPB in Nethy Bridge is only a 30 minutes drive. Dolphin and Seal watching in the Moray Firth and Cromarty. Chanonry Point is a great place to view the famous pod of Bottlenose Dolphins.
Excellent restaurants walking distance including The Kist and The Classroom, also the Michellin Starred Restaurant Boath House is nearby. There are many other restaurants nearby, with Inverness boasting some fine establishments, such as Rocpool, The Glasshouse, and The Mustard Seed. There are also local, family friendly, pubs and bars within walking distance from the house.
There are large food superstores within the town of Nairn, along with many smaller shops, and a farmers market operates periodically.