This delightful former fisherman's cottage is set in the heart of the vibrant seaside town of Nairn in the Scottish Highlands.
The charming interior features and wonderful coastal location make 59 Society Street a lovely stay at any time of year.
Enter this stone cottage via its picket-fenced garden and be welcomed by the well-appointed, spacious kitchen/diner, complete with stylish fixtures and fittings along with a charming dining table set for four.
Allow your meals to settle whilst sat in front of the fabulous log fire whilst watching the TV on one of the three cosy sofas in the sitting room.
The ground floor also benefits from a pleasantly decorated, blue and white family bathroom with a bath and separate shower for you to choose from.
Head up the fresh, open tread pine staircase and arrive at the first floor under the eaves, where you will find the two comforting bedrooms graced with homely features to give you that well-deserved rest after a busy day of exploring what the Scottish Highlands have to offer.
Breathe in the refreshing sea air whilst enjoying your morning coffee out in the enclosed back garden.
Nairn is the ideal coastal cottage holiday destination, it provides a fine selection of places to shop, eat and drink, as well as boasting a museum, two golf clubs and a stunning beach to keep you occupied.
For a day out, head to the beautiful city of Inverness just a short drive away with its range of amenities as well as majestic castle and cathedral.
59 Society Street is a charming cottage in an excellent seaside location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Inverness 16 miles.
Nairn is an attractive and lively seaside town dating back to Victorian times. It has long been a popular holiday destination and is just 16 miles from the town of Inverness. Nairn even lays claim to being one of the driest and sunniest places in the country! The town offers some of the top beaches in Scotland and cleanest bathing waters in Britain. Also, one of the only two dolphin colonies in the UK is based in the Moray Firth. Nairn is steeped in history and is closely linked with the Battle of Culloden, whilst nearby Fort George is Europe’s best preserved 18th century military fortification. Shakespear’s famed Cawdor Castle and Brodie Caste are both within 15 mins drive. Golfing enthusiasts will be attracted to the two 18-hole championship courses, including the Nairn Golf Club, and the town also has an outdoor tennis court as well as a squash court for hire. The yearly Nairn Highland Games in August draws a wide crowd and The Nairn Book and Arts Festival is a popular year event. Whitewater rafting, tubing and cliff jumping are all available for those with a spirit for adventure. Day trips from the local airport are available to Orkney and Shetland and the Cairngorm National Park with skiing and hiking are within 1 hour. Nairn is an ideal centre for exploring, or just relaxing. An ideal centre for exploring, or just relaxing.