Nairnshire runs South from the Moray firth and is bordered by Inverness city to the west and Moray county to the East. Nairn city claims to have one of the lowest rainfalls anywhere in the UK and was the habitual summer holiday destination for Charlie Chaplin when he was alive.
Acorn Guest House is in a quiet situation within walking distance of Inverness city centre with off street parking.
Perth and Kinross
Pitcullen Guest House - Edwardian elegance with a contemporary twist - is situated in a desirable residential area of Perth, a short walk to the Fair City & all its attractions.
Bayview Guest House
Isle of Barra
This stunning guesthouse overlooks Castlebay, on the beautiful Island of Barra in the stunning Outer Hebrides
Witchwood House Oban
Witchwood House is a stunning period guest house situated on Oban’s residential seafront with an uninterrupted view of Oban Bay and the islands beyond.
Things to do in Nairnshire
Ardclach Bell Tower
A remarkable little fortified bell tower built in 1655 on the hill above the parish church of Ardclach.
Cawdor Castle was built in 1454. The 5-star tourist attraction is located in the parish of Cawdor in Nairnshire. The Cawdor Castle is well known for its literary connection to William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth.
Fort George is a tourist attraction located in Inverness. Fort George is a large 18th-century fortress capable of housing 400 troops beside the River Ness, near Ardersier.
The Findhorn Foundation is a charitable trust founded in 1972, ten years after the founder began living at Findhorn. This learning centre is for applying the spiritual principles in everyday life, learning self-discovery, which brings each person closer to nature and context in the world.