Golf View Hotel & Spa in NairnThe Golf View Hotel & Spa is a golf enthusiast's dream. With best offers from MyHotelBreak, the hotel will be an ideal hub from which to explore the highlands. 01667 452301 11am 4 No rates available
Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Golf in Local Area
The Golf View Hotel & Spa is a stunning 4 star seaside hotel overlooking the Moray Firth and close to Inverness.
Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 42
Parking Spaces: 30
Steps into Hotel: 2
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Golf View Hotel & Spa in Nairn enjoys views over the Moray Firth to the Black Isle and has gardens leading down to the seashore which is just a few steps away. The Golf View Hotel Nairn is also perfectly located for exploration of Inverness, capital of the Highlands, and the wider Highland region with the world famous Nairn golf courses sitting on the hotel doorstep.
Many of the 42 bedrooms at this 4 star hotel in Nairn are sea-facing with traditional interiors that provide guests with an exceptionally comfortable and relaxing place in which to stay.
The hotel’s AA Rosette awarded restaurant Hickory serves up modern, elegant fine dining created from fresh, local ingredients by passionate chefs. The conservatory area enjoys beautiful vistas of the golden sands and Moray Firth coastline beyond
With a variety of leisure facilities including heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi, tennis courts and a Spa, there's plenty available to ensure all guests make the most of their visit to the Golf View Hotel Nairn.
The Golf View Hotel & Spa offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.
Traditional design is complimented by contemporary elegance, with an extra emphasis on comfort to ensure an enjoyable stay. Each room has it's own private bathroom, a selection of toiletries and heated towel rails.
The Golf View Hotel & Spa has 42 well-appointed rooms in total and have a range of room type’s available including classic doubles, deluxe double or twin rooms, sea view double or twin rooms and family rooms.
As a dog friendly hotel, pets are allowed in all guestrooms and public areas except where food is served. A surcharge is applied to dogs per night.
Bar & Restaurant
In AA Rosette-awarded Hickory restaurant, sophisticated lunch and dinner menus offer a choice of modern dining classics with a focus on locally landed seafood. The elegance of these dishes is reflected in the ambiance, created by the coppery crushed velvet intimate seating booths, marble table tops and plush leather chairs. Diners can sit back, relax and take in the panoramic views out over the Moray Firth through the floor-to-ceiling conservatory windows, whilst sipping on a glass of hand-picked wine.
Being right on the north coast of Scotland, seafood features heavily on the menu, with the prawn and langoustine cocktail, West Coast Shellfish linguine and North Sea Bass counted amongst the favourites. Steaks are also a speciality with beef from the chief exec’s Crerar Home Farm Lammermuir Luing herd sometimes featured on the menu. These pedigree top cuts are cooked on the Josper grill, giving them a unique charcoaled flavour. Afternoon tea is served in the cosy lounge, and the bar stocks over 40 whiskies.
Dress code is casual, so feel free to dress up or down as you like.
Monday to Friday 7.30am – 9.30am
Saturday to Sunday 8.00am – 10.00am
Monday to Sunday 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Monday to Sunday (Lounge Service) 10.00am - 6.00pm
Sunday 12.30pm - 3.00pm
The Links Brasserie, set in less formal conservatory surroundings, offers a more relaxed, bistro-style menu where guests can view sunsets over the Cromarty Hills and beyond at dinner. In addition to the starters, main courses and grills available in the Links, sharing platters are also an option.
As well as evening dining, lunch is served in the brasserie until 2pm where options can be chosen from the lounge service menu. These vary from light snacks to main meals. If there is something you feel like that you are unable to see on the menu, simply let us know and if chef has the ingredients, we’ll be happy to make it for you.
The open space of the room, the conservatory features allowing views out to the beach and Moray Firth and the décor of the area all amount to a more casual dining experience. With this, dress code is more relaxed in Links Brasserie, though feel free to dress as you feel appropriate
Monday to Sunday - 6.00pm - 9.00pm
The hotel bar also benefits from sea views and the warm interiors of butter-soft leather and glossy wood combine to create an easy environment for enjoyment and relaxation.
Outdoor drinks and dining is available in the hotel gardens, out on the terrace.
The main lounge area, just left of reception and next door to the bar, is decorated with comfy sofas and lamps, plush carpets and coffee tables, as well as an open log fire.
In these areas you will find a more relaxed menu which is available until late in the evening. It offers snacks, afternoon tea and a comprehensive drinks list.
Power sockets are available at certain points in the lounge if you are using a laptop or other hand held device, and WiFi is free throughout the bar and lounge, and indeed the whole hotel, to all of our guests.
Golf View leisure club is located on the ground floor of the hotel and benefits from panoramic views out over the Moray Firth, creating an inspiring backdrop. It features a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and tennis courts.
Golf View’s spa comprises two single and one dual treatment room – so you can share your spa experience with a friend or partner during your break. The spa uses ishga seaweed skincare products for all treatments, creating a touch of organic rejuvenation from local shores. Seaweed is rich in minerals and antioxidants, nourishing the skin and giving it a health glow.
Treatments vary from express sessions to full body spa experiences from our friendly, highly trained team of therapists. The Spa is open every day from 9am to 8pm. Appointments are recommended in advance so we can make sure you can always get the time slot you want.
Directions to Golf View Hotel & Spa in Nairn
Nairn is situated on the A96, 15 miles east of Inverness and 80 miles west of Aberdeen. On approaching Nairn from the east, stay on the A96 until you see the Parish Church on the left hand side. Turn left here into Seabank Road and follow the road down towards the sea where the Golf View Hotel & Leisure Club is located on the right hand side.
The Golf View Hotel & Spa is located two miles from Nairn train station.
The Golf View Hotel is located just eight miles from Inverness Airport.
Hotel Notice Board
*Please note that the leisure and spa facilities are currently closed due to government guidance on covid 19. We will update guests if there are any changes to this*
Payment on arrival:
Please note that on a flexible rate, guests will be asked to pay for their break in full on arrival at the hotel.
Guests staying on a rate inclusive of dinner will receive £30 per person allowance towards dinner (unless otherwise stated on your confirmation)
Golf View Hotel & Spa is set in beautiful grounds overlooking the beach. The outside terrace area provides guests with a lovely vantage point over the garden’s lily pond and two tennis courts to the left, and a large, flat lawn area to the right, which adjoins the Moray Firth sea and a path leading to Nairn marina.
We are happy provide to packed lunches which can be taken out on to the lawn or down to the sandy beach just a few metres beyond.
The grounds are also home to our outdoor hot tub and decking area, privately tucked away by the leisure club, and still front facing to take full advantage of the sea views.
Nairn is a beautiful ancient fishing and market town located on the banks of the Moray Firth. Stunning sandy beaches, Championship golf courses and dolphin watching are only some of the reasons why Nairn remains to this day a popular holiday destination for Scots ever since the Victorians started holidaying here in the 18th century.
Staying in Nairn offers a great base for exploring the Scottish Highlands, from Culloden to Loch Ness. Dolphins draw wildlife enthusiasts every year on the Moray Firth.
Nairn Highland Games is a big event in the local calendar bringing friends and family together in summer.
The beach at Nairn is one of the most beautiful on the north coast, with stretches of sands that go on for miles and a promenade for short strolls.