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Highlights in Nairn
- Exciting must-visit beaches
- Couples destination
- Dinner at the harbour
- Fun activities
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Nairn is one of the hottest and driest towns in Scotland. However, it is one of the most attractive towns in the world, especially because it lies along the seaside. It is, therefore, a popular holiday destination because it has pleasure boats, wealthy museums, and fantastic landscapes. Most rentals neighbour the rivers while other properties are a few metres to the beaches. Holiday rentals here are ideal for all types of travellers, including those who are physically challenged as the area is levelled.What kind of lettings are available in Nairn?
Searching for seaside experience? Maybe fishing or walking beside the water bodies? Look no further. Nairn is a great seaside destination with all types of rentals. You can choose to stay in any building with a private balcony or a larger house that holds more than six people. The rentals are cosy and equipped with modern facilities and furniture. Ideally, Nairn is a holiday destination for couples and adventurers who want to explore the beauty the town has to offer. This town is the best to gain a better city experience as it is small with few a population and thus peaceful.
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The area and getting around
Nairn was initially known as a market for fish. About 400 fishermen were living with their families here, and their economic stability came by fishing and selling. However, today there is less fishing, and most houses have been converted to hotels and rentals overseeing river Nairn. To the west of river Nairn, is a clean beach and attractive promenade area you can rest with your lover or family. To the east of the mouth of the River Nairn, is a nature reserve and another beach. On this beach, dunes are separating the sea from Nairn Dunbar Golf Club.What's on the south of Nairn?
To the south of Nairn is Cawdor town. Usually, travellers prefer walking to the town, as there is a waymarked path alongside the River Nairn. The walk is enjoyable, and you get to cover the most attractive landscape in Scotland, including crossing bridges that stir your adrenaline. At Cawdor, visit the castle near the bus stop. On your way back, find a bus back to Nairn and enjoy fish for dinner. Another thing you can enjoy in Nairn is lunch or dinner in the Nairn harbour, where you dine on a boat!
Travellers and activities
Fancy enjoying a good night sleep in a cosy bed and waking up next to the beach? Well, Nairn was built for you. It has luxurious holiday lettings, some with private balconies, garden and other amenities you may need. The constant benefit of renting a house here is that there is a beach a few metres away. As a couple, you can enjoy a comfortable sleep in a one-bedroom property and wake to breakfast in the Nairn harbour. Enjoy swimming later, and read a book to each other.Nairn for sports lovers
Wake and head to the main street and follow the waymarked route towards Cawdor along the River Nairn. Race with your team or go swimming. For something less demanding, you can play cards and other indoor games in the evening as you watch television and reminisce about old memories. Alternatively, take golf classes in one of the golf clubs on the beaches. Find Nairn Community Sports Hub and enjoy more games.
Nairn houses a fantastic promenade view over several other towns. It is from this point that travellers view bottlenose dolphins in Moray Firth!
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If you're looking for a thrilling woodland experience, Bowhunter Archery is the place to be. It has 3D monster targets lurking in the woods that you can enjoy hunting as a family.2. Visit Museums
Nairn is an old town and thus has enough heritage to save and show in the museums. The two main wealthy museums include the Highlanders Museum and Highland Aviation Museum. The first museum has art galleries and other things describing the history of Seaforth. The latter has old aircraft, cockpits, engines as well as other exhibition.3. Time for a sea adventure
Take a trip on the sea and experience a thrilling life of dolphins in moray firth. Also, enjoy an eco-adventure on high-speed offshore RIB.4. Books and Art Festival
Nairn hosts books and arts festivals several times a year. During this time, authors, artists, and musicians come together to showcase their work. It's a live performance and exciting to learn new things from your fellow artists.5. Nairn Golf Club
Besides the Walker Cup in 1999, Nairn has hosted several golf tournaments. Enrol and participate in one of the challenging golf tests, whether you're a beginner or an amateur.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Nairn
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Nairn has an annual average price of £108.68 per night.
If you want to save as much as possible during your visit to Nairn, go there in March (£86.79 per night on average), February (£90.87), or January (£92.67) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When you look at renting a holiday letting in Nairn, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of June (with an average of £159.51 per night), followed by July (£128.77), and October (£121.34).
It's worthwhile to be proactive in Nairn as only 34% of the properties are free, according to our 2020 data.
The months with the lowest properties available in Nairn are, in order, July, August and September, with respective average availability figures of 5%, 5.4%, and 8%, based on data collected in 2020.
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