A beautiful location for a seaside break, Golf View offers spectacular views over the Moray Firth to the Black Isle and has gardens leading down to the seashore.
Nearby golf fairways, beach strolls and relaxing spa treatments all add to our welcoming nature. From our sea-facing guest rooms and from our open-air hot tub, the Moray Firth and Black Isle provide a stimulating backdrop.
Warm tones are complemented by dark wood furnishings and elegant gold detailing, with floor-to-ceiling marbled tiles and overhead rain showers in the modern bathrooms. Many of the 42 rooms are sea-facing too, providing panoramas across the beach.
The hotel’s AA-Rosette awarded restaurant, Hickory, features floor-to-ceiling windows celebrate the shoreline panorama from morning to night, from breakfast to dinner. The menu offers the best of locally-landed seafood and meat from pedigree herds in stylish surroundings that feature intimate booths in coppery crushed velvet, cool marble table tops and soft leather seating.
Golf View Bar adapts to the time of day, from light lunches on the garden terrace to nightcaps as the sun sets on the Moray Firth. Mid-morning to midnight, there’s a warm welcome all round, whether you're just off the golf course or preparing for a Hickory experience.
Our leisure facilities include an indoor pool with sea views, gym and Jacuzzi, plus refurbished tennis courts and an outdoor hot tub. Spa treatments from ishga use Hebridean seaweed for a nourishing effect that’s immediately noticeable.
There are endless touring and sightseeing opportunities when visiting Nairn. Have fun strolling on the beaches and investigating wildlife in rock pools, or go dolphin watching on the Moray Firth. The River Nairn has good runs of salmon and sea trout, and there is river and loch fishing for brown trout too.
If you enjoy a game of golf, play on one (or both!) of Nairn's two championship. Nairn Golf Club and Nairn Dunbar are both located close to the hotel.
Guests to the area are also encouraged to sample malt whisky with a dram or two at one of the many local distilleries. Benromach is the smallest working distillery in Speyside and is open all year, whilst nearby Dallas Dhu offers tours.
Golf View is also perfectly located for exploring Inverness, capital of the Highlands, and the wider Highland region. You can immerse yourself in the past at historic sites such as castles and battlefields, including splendid Cawdor Castle, which is still home to the Cawdor family.
|Classic Double||£139 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Classic Family||£159 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Deluxe Twin||£169 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Sea View Feature||£199 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.