Your guide to discovering Nairn:

Nairn is a relaxing and friendly seaside town on the Moray firth.


With its beautiful beaches, award-winning bars and restaurants and two Championship Golf Courses, Nairn is the perfect base for exploring the Scottish Highlands.

Things To Do

Discover historic battlefields, heritage attractions and fun family days out right on your doorstep. Whether travelling solo or with the family, there’s no better place to stay.

Food & Drink

Nairn boasts some of the best pubs, bars and restaurants in Scotland. From award-winning fine dining to delicious fish and chips – whatever your taste, you’re in for a treat.

Places to Stay

Luxurious spa hotels, boutique BnBs, compact eco-pods, family-friendly campsites – and everything in between. Wherever you stay, you’ll find a home from home in Nairn.

Events Calendar

Highland Games? Check. Beer festival? Check. Classic car show? Check. Plan your visit around Nairn’s calendar of annual events.

Nairn: the REAL home of golf…

The Moray coast is renowned for its Links golf. And with two award-winning Championship courses in Nairn Dunbar Golf Links and Nairn Golf Club – and Castle Stuart and Royal Dornoch a short drive away –  for great golf, there’s no place like Nairn.

What's New?

Countdown to Christmas 2023

Get ready to Visit Nairn for the biggest and best community event of the year! Spread across the whole town centre on November 25th, it features markets and live music and entertainments - culminating in the Nairn pipers heralding the lights switch on!

Celebrate Christmas in Style in Nairn!

There's bags going on in Nairn this Christmas! Have a happy and cosy one with us, and enjoy the festivities!

Isobel Gowdie – the Green Witch of Auldearn

Never heard of our local witch? Let us tell you more about Isobel Gowdie, not only the most famous witch of Nairnshire but the whole of Scotland

Did we mention the
Northern Lights?

From mid October to early March, Nairn’s night skies light up with stunning displays from the Aurora Borealis.

Why not experience the Northern Lights with a winter mini-break in Nairn. Then head back to your cosy room for a dram or two of Speyside malt.