We really enjoyed staying at this appealing guest house. It is conscientiously run by Camilla & Ryan, things couldn't be nicer. Our room, Black Isle had a wonderful sea view. The (honor) bar is a comfortable room with a terrific view. The breakfast offerings were delicious. We had a friendly welcome and our host called booked us a table for dinner at The Bandstand Restaurant which is a pleasant ten minute walk away along the water. For the quality of our stay, we'd call The Invernairne a bargain. Nairn is an attractive place and there is plenty to explore nearby. This was the final destination of our vacation. This place is an easy 20 minutes from the airport. We'll always plan to stay here when we fly in our out of Inverness Airport. We'd highly recommend The Invernairne!
On arrival we had the best welcome from a very lovely lady who showed us around the areas of the hotel we needed to know. Lovely lounge area with honesty bar. Room was clean, fresh and lovely decor. Ideal location for access to the beach with a lovely walk. Breakfast could have been better but it was a lovely atmosphere in the breakfast dining area.
Clean, convenient, reasonably priced. All we needed! Plus a great bar and really good breakfast. Nice views out the back. We got in somewhat late and left right after breakfast for golf, so I’m not even sure of everything the hotel offers. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
This was the first Hotel we stayed at for 2 nights on a 10 day trip touring Scotland. We had probably the best room in the hotel with an awesome view from the 1st floor bedroom over the Moray Firth. The Hotel has its own private path direct to the beach promenade below, and whilst you will encounter better beaches, this was perfect for a morning walk before breakfast, and for those brave enough, suitable for swimming. This is family run, and has some nice touches like a putting green, honesty bar, and all you can eat hot scottish buffet breakfast, which is a good standard without offering too many frills, the cereals were a bit limited, but more than made up for by the hot breakfast. The Lounge bar is a wonderful room, that we should have made more use of, and feels like something from a much more expensive Country Hotel. The honesty bar works well. Our only criticisms are the ensuite bathroom. In this day and age its a necessity/essential to have a heated towel radiator, as otherwise you have to deal with damp towels in the morning, and the toilet and bathroom door were a bit low spec for this end of the market. However the owners were more than accomodating with any requests we had, and we would give this a solid 7.5 out of 10.…
In my review of The Invernairne in 2018 I started by asking “Is it possible to have an experience that exceeds perfect?” My answer then and again now in 2022 is a resounding yes!!! Recently retired from a career involving operational excellence and continuous improvements The Invernairne embodies so much of what is sought in these fields. Their excellent facility and amenities are surpassed only by their genuine warmth, hospitality and graciousness. A new addition to the team, Michelle, is a wonderful hostess always available to offer suggestions for venues in the area or to just have a warm, friendly chat about a range of topics. I can think of no better place to base your adventures in this part of Scotland.
Lovely, large room. Firthside Suite had a siting area, fireplace, TV, desk, jacuzzi bath and separate shower. Beautiful view of the garden and river. Wonderful antiques. Room was a comfortable temperature for sleeping. Only drawback was mattress was hard. Otherwise, excellent stay
We have never encountered such warm, welcoming and helpful hoteliers. Everyone was quick and happy to offer suggestions for dining, touring and which roads to take. This information was invaluable to our visit. The location and grounds are beautiful. We slept with the window open and listened to the waves hitting the shore. Housekeeping did a very nice job, as did the kitchen staff with breakfast.
What a charming hotel! Great views, walking distance to town and restaurants. Right on the beach. The staff are lovely and so willing to help. The lounge and honor bar is such a nice touch. I would recommend anyone to stay here. It was a great “home base” for us to take whisky tours of Speyside and historical tours of Culloden, Cawdor Castle, Clava Cairns.
Fabulous position in a gem of a little coastal town. Friendly and efficient staff made our stay memorable. Self service breakfast with wide choice ( the chef’s fried eggs were also perfect!). The self service honesty bar was relaxing and very stately after a hard day holidaying.
Fantastic two rooms with big bathroom with views over the moray firth. Staff are exceptionally helpful and very industrious, breakfast was hot buffet self service. I asked if I could have poached eggs, and the chef brought two perfect cooked to my table. A very friendly guest house with beautiful grounds and relaxed but attentive service. Will definitely be back and highly recommend this gem in Nairn.