Iain and Jane Fairweather look forward to welcoming you to Fairhaven in Nairn. We are situated in the historic Fishertown area of Nairn, close to the town centre and the beach, which makes Fairhaven an ideal base for the holidaymaker planning to explore the Scottish Highlands as well as stop-over for the business traveller.
Nairn was delighted and somewhat surprised to appear in a list of top desirable destinations for 2010 in a Trip Advisor survey. And yet, for those who live there it is not a total surprise. Nairn has played host to a number of new and exciting events over recent years and has been described as the Festival Capital of the Highlands.
In 2013 we are looking forward to:
The Scottish Open at Castle Stuart, 11th-14th July
The Scottish 6 Day Orienteering Championships, 28th July – 3rd August
The European Pipe Band Championships in Forres, 29th June
But as you might imagine, Nairn itself has lots to offer. With its long, sandy, Blue Flag beaches and promenades it became known in Victorian times as the Brighton of the North. It’s unique micro-climate ensures that it has more hours of sunshine and less rainfall than towns just 15 miles away. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding where to eat out with a range of fine restaurants to choose from. Historic sites such as Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, Clava Cairns, and Cawdor Castle are all within easy reach. Nairn’s two Golf courses offer enjoyment and challenges to both novices and pro’s.
Fairhaven dates back to the early 1800’s. Both the recently renovated ensuite guest rooms are on the ground floor, offering easy access. We have one double room and one which offers either double or twin accommodation. Guests are able to access the web and email from our breakfast room and for those with their own laptops there is free WiFi access.