Nairn is a beautiful seaside town combining grand Victorian splendour with the charm of an old fishing port. The coastal position benefits from beautiful beaches and a championship golf course as well as the famous Moray Firth Dolphins. Cawdor Castle, Fort George and the historic Culloden Battlefield are all within a 20 minute drive
Brighton House is a stone Villa built in 1861, which enjoys uninterrupted sea views of the Moray Firth and Sutherland Hills. This detached home has been restored to its former Victorian glory and offers guests the choice of two Double en suite rooms with either sea or garden views. Families and friends travelling together can enjoy a spacious family suite, with connecting double and twin rooms and en suite bathroom. Breakfast is served in the restored dining room with its exposed wood panelling and high ceilings, overlooking the garden. Guests also have the use of a guest lounge and outdoor seating.
Brighton House would suit guests looking for a coastal Highland retreat. Nairn is ideally situated to explore the Highlands of Scotland, Loch Ness, the whisky trail in Speyside and the Cairngorms National Park. Inverness airport is only 15 minutes drive and Nairn has regular train and bus services.
Nearest Town: Nairn
2 Double Rooms (En Suite)
Famiy Suite of 1 Double Room and 1 Connecting Twin Room (En Suite)
Open All Year
Double Occupancy - from £45 per person, per night
Single Occupancy - from £80 per person, per night
Family Suite from £120 - £140 per night (depending on occupancy and age if under 12)