CATEGORY : 3 STARBest Western Windsor Hotel Nairn is set in a quiet residential area of the seaside town of Nairn near Inverness and offers excellent value for money accommodation and online reservations for the visitor to the Scottish Highlands. The hotel is ideally located for touring the Moray Firth and perfect for golfers looking to sample the links courses of Nairn and Nairn Dunbar and the other great courses nearby such as , Royal Dornoch, Tain, Brora,Golspie and Inverness.
The three star hotel has been sympathetically restored in line with the owner's commitment to a continual upgrade, whilst retaining its character of a family run hotel. The guest rooms have full en-suite facilities and efficiencies expected of a quality hotel.
The comfortable bar provides a welcoming and ambient atmosphere with freshly made meals and snacks served throughout the day. Besides, the re-styled 100-seat restaurant offers the best of Scottish and continental cuisine complemented by the extensive but moderately priced wine
The Windsor whilst retaining much of its character is committed to a programme of development to ensure that the guests experiences exceed their expectations.
All the rooms have en-suite facilities, colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, radios and telephones.
Ground floor and family rooms are available and a lift provides access to all floors.
* Hotel is totally non-smoking * Cocktail lounge * Restaurant on premises * Banquet facilities * Breakfast available, charges may apply * All Rates are Room Only unless otherwise specified * Meeting facilities * Copy machine * Fax services * Porterage/bell services * Shoe shine * Babysitting on request * Laundromat * Safe deposit box * Elevator * Free parking * Outdoor parking
- Restaurant(s) in hotel
- Room service (limited hours)
- Room service
- Parking (free)
- Self parking
- Conference room(s)
- Safe-deposit box - front desk
- Number of floors: 2
- Babysitting or child care
- Laundry service
- Business center
- Smoke-free property
Nairn Golf Club
This traditional Scottish golf links course was created from a wilderness of whins and heather and tests the talents of professional and amateur alike. Founded in 1887 and added to and extended by Archie Simpson, Old Tom Morris and James Braid, it is now one of the best courses in Scotland. It is regularly chosen for national championships, including the Scottish Amateur, Scottish Professional and in 1994 hosted the "Blue Riband" of the Amateur Calender, the "Amateur" Championship. Nairn has also successfully hosted the 37th Walker Cup in September 1999. The magnificent new clubhouse that was built in 1990 is the envy of many and adds to the pleasure of playing at Nairn.
Situated on the shores of the Moray Firth, Nairn Dunbar Golf Club boasts one of Scotland's most highly rated championship links courses and represents a formidable challenge, with its gorse and whin lined fairways. May 24th 1899 was the date that the first ball was struck at Nairn Dunbar by Sir Alexander Dunbar of Boath, who gave his name and as importantly, sixty acres of land to the club. Over a century on from that day, Nairn Dunbar stands as an excellent championship links course, as renowned for its openness and friendliness as it is for its technical challenge.
Traditional links golf, tranquility, solitude and outstanding natural beauty - the Highlands of Scotland provides some of the best championship golf courses in the country, to suit every budget and every ability.
Superb links courses, many the work of Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Donald Ross attract the major winners of today, who visit the Highlands of Scotland for the pure personal pleasure of walking the natural seaside turf.
Around Inverness you can play a tremendous selection of parkland and links courses including the not to be missed Fortrose and Rosemarkie on the Black Isle, Inverness itself or the more recntly built Loch Ness Golf Club on the edge of town.
Nairn is world famous for it's Championship course which has hosted amongst other events, The Walker Cup, the amateur equivalent of The Ryder Cup. It's near Nairn Dunbar however should not be overlooked and provides the visitor an excellent challenge.
If using the area as a base for touring Dornoch, Lossiemouth and courses such as Brora, Tain, Boat of Garten and Grantown on Spey are all within striking distance of much of the Inverness and Nairn areas.