Golf View Hotel & Spa

Address: 63 Seabank Road, Nairn, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV12 4HD, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 63 Seabank Road, Nairn, is near Nairn Golf Club and Boath House Hotel & Spa.
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    Nessie

    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 11, 2015

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... Ratagan Pass. This is supposedly the best views of Scotland. We got lucky and got there when there was a break from the rain. This viewpoint looks over Loch Duich and the Five Sisters of Kintail. It was incredible! After Ratagan's pass, we head back down the road that cuts through mountains and fields of green to the small village of Glenelg. It was so pretty. So much sheep on the hills. At the end of the road we reach the Glenelg Brochs. Brochs ...

    Seaside to Loch Ness

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 02, 2015

    14 photos

    ... and established an ecological preserve. Courtenay had known about the Foundation for years and, as we were traveling so near, felt she had to see it for herself. It was filled with unique living spaces. A sense of unhurried endeavor could be felt. Although she felt in harmony with their goals, Courtenay admitted she couldn't live there; the sense of the place seemed too intense someone who needs solitude. She had an interesting discussion with a ...

    Finally touristed in Stirling

    A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 18, 2014

    9 photos

    ... load up, upside down)

    The wheel is a lovely piece of graceful engineering, built not for purely practical reasons, but also with an eye for aesthetics. I would write more about the wheel, but this post is already getting too long. Suffice to say, after several ancient sites, it was both interesting and rewarding to see a modern Scottish miracle of engineering.

    We are in Inverness to stay in the Glenrossie guest house. Ill let you know how that is tomorrow.




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    Journey to where I was born

    A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Aug 02, 2014

    4 comments, 17 photos

    ... Countess of Cawdor lives part of the year. It was a mixture of old and modern, built around a tower house in 15/16 century and home of the Campbell's. Only a portion of the castle is open to the public, which disappointed Angela (I suggested that I could marry the Countess (from photos seemed good looking) and have Angela as a mistress and then she could see it all. Angela thought that was a bad idea. The gardens there were amazing We Culloden exhibition ...

    Neolithic Orkneys - Graham's Perspective

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 11, 2013

    27 photos

    ... we drove across the picturesque agricultural main island to the larger town - a city in fact as it has a cathedral. They did and Mandi was full of joy.

    Stones of Stenness and the Ring of Brogner

    We were at last able to start exploring Neolithic Orkney. This involved driving back towards Stromness and then turning off to the Standing Stones of Stenness. These are a small cluster of huge blade like stones, some nearly 6m tall, along with the symbolic hearth and ...