The Golf View Hotel & Spa enjoys views over the Moray Firth to the Black Isle and has gardens leading down to the seashore.
Many of the 42 bedrooms at Golf View Hotel & Spa, near Nairn, are sea-facing with traditional interiors which provides guests with an exceptionally comfortable and relaxing place in which to stay. With a variety of leisure facilities including an indoor pool, gym, Jacuzzi, tennis courts and a Sonas spa, there's plenty available to ensure all guests make the most of their visit to the Golf View Hotel & Spa.
If you are looking for a spa break Golf View is perfect. The Sonas Spa offers massage, facials and body treatments including manicures and pedicures to make your stay as relaxing as possible.
The Fairways Restaurant serves up fine dining and has been awarded AA Rosette status, which is presented by passionate chefs in a selection of the finest dishes. Furthermore, the Links Brasserie restaurant enjoys beautiful vistas of the golden sands and Moray Firth coastline beyond.
Guests to the area are encouraged to sample some malt whisky with a dram or two at one of the many distilleries in the area. Benromach Distillery is the smallest working distillery in Speyside and is open all year round. Dallas Dhu is another distillery nearby which guests can visit and tour round.
When you choose to visit Nairn - there's lots to see and do; for families, couples and groups alike.
If you enjoy a game of golf, play on Nairn's Championship golf course, nearby Castle Stuart or a short drive away Royal Dornoch Golf Course.
There are endless touring and sightseeing opportunities when visiting Nairn. Have fun on Nairn's award winning beaches; ideal for sand lovers and for those who like to investigate the wildlife in rock pools. Alternatively, seize the opportunity to go dolphin watching on the Moray Firth.
Golf View Hotel & Spa is also perfectly located for exploration of Inverness, capital of the Highlands, and the wider Highland region. Immerse yourself in history and visit one or all of the areas' historic castles and battlefields. Cawdor Castle is a piece of Scottish history that you can touch and see for yourself. Cawdor Castle is a splendid house and the home of the Cawdor family to this day. The River Nairn has good runs of salmon and sea trout and there is river and loch fishing for brown trout for keen fishermen.
For more information on these and more activities you can enjoy during your stay, please visit www.crerarhotels.com/golfview