Wee Corsee is a purpose built holiday apartment in Nairn. It is situated in the grounds of Corsee House, a sympathetically renovated Victorian house next-door to Viewfield Park. The superb beach, high street and local amenities are all near.
Wee Corsee is a purpose built holiday apartment in the west-end of the picturesque town of Nairn. It is situated in the grounds of Corsee House, a sympathetically renovated Victorian house next-door to Viewfield Park. The superb beach, high street and local amenities are all short stroll away. The town is 18 miles east of Inverness and 10 miles from Inverness Airport.
The split-level apartment caters for four with two bedrooms, one en-suite shower room, family bathroom with a shower over the bath and open plan living space. Bedrooms and living space have flat-screen televisions. The living space has a DVD player (with a collection of DVDS), a fully fitted kitchen with double oven, gas hob and dishwasher. There is a separate utility area with washing machine and microwave.
Beautifully appointed throughout
Very close to Nairn’s golf courses
Two minute walk to the beach, leisure centre and Links area (children’s play park and cafe)
Two minutes to putting green and crazy golf
Next door to Viewfield Park – short cut to the high street, community centre, and Nairn museum
Accommodation comprises of either two super king size beds or four singles or one super king and two singles
Travel cot and portable baby chair can be provided
Linen and towels included
Gas and Electricity included
Free Broadband Wi-Fi
Flat screen TVs in bedrooms as well as family room
DVD player and collection of films
Off street parking
Contained garden with barbecue, table and chairs
Restaurants, shops and bars all within walking distance
Nairn is a seaside town on the coast of the Moray Firth in the highlands of Scotland. Nairn boasts two championship golf courses and is only 10 miles from Castle Stuart Golf Links.
Wee Corsee is a great base from which to experience the many attractions of the Highlands, speyside and the Moray coast. Inverness is just half an hour away in the car.
As well as being the Brighton of the North due to its long sand beaches and sunny micro-climate Nairn is a hub of activity. Annually visitors attend the Nairn book and Arts festival held during the second week of June. The community centre, which can be, accessed through Viewfield park hosts Cinema Nairn monthly, classical music evenings and comedy nights. There are weekly ceilidh nights in the local British legion too.
The highlight of the year is Games days with pipers, caber tossing and tug of war. This is held in the third week of August. The farming community look forward to The Nairn Farmer’s Show, held in Auldearn usually on the last Saturday in July.
Nairn’s two golf courses are by the Moray Firth so golfers can enjoy amazing views whilst they enjoy their round at either The Nairn Golf Club or the Nairn Dunbar Club. Castle Stuart is only ten miles down the road. If golf is your focus of your break Wee Corsee is a great base because there are another 30 golf courses within an hours drive of it, including Carrbridge, Cruden Bay, Elgin, Forres and Royal Dornoch
It is difficult to fit in all the things there are to do either in or close to Nairn – distillery trips (for example the Royal Brakla in Cawdor) or Tarzan trails at Landmark. Riding horses in Culbin Forest or bikes in Delnies Woods. Historical trips to Fort George, Cawdor Castle, Culloden battlefield or Brodie Castle. Dolphin watching in the Moray Firth or people watching in Inverness City.