Welcome to Fishers Cottage, a lovely 2 bedroom cottage in Nairn's historical Fishertown.
Fishers Cottage's central location provides a great base for enjoying Nairns' offerings and for touring the Highlands.
Light and airy accommodation allows plenty room for families, Golfers and beach lovers alike. Comfy leather suite, log fire and smart TV....after a day on Nairn Beach, Golfing or a day of sightseeing, all you need is a glass of wine and some delicious cheese from the local, award winning Connage Dairy and...relax!
The kitchen is well equipped and includes a family sized dining table, great for sharing a meal from one of Nairns' takeaway establishments if cooking is not on your holiday agenda!
Coomb ceilings, comfy beds, cotton linen and fluffy towels and....sleep! Double bedroom, twin room, Bathroom with walk-in shower, plus a separate second toilet, living room with a 40" smart TV, front garden, free on street parking and dogs allowed!
A maximum of two dogs per booking.
"Great location, lovely to walk on the beach every day!.."
"The Cottage is lovely, home from home, in a great location, will definitely book here again..."
"Lovely cottage in great location...”
Address: 94 Harbour Street, IV12 4PG Nairn, , United Kingdom
Size: 104.0 m², 6 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 King size bed
Prices: 109 GBP - 125 GBP / Night
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Pet Fee: £20 per reservation with a maximum of two pets.
If you're a beach lover, there's a choice of two on your doorstep. If you love a Cappuccino, there are 4 cafes within 300m. Restaurants, two a stones throw away. Dolphin watching, catch the Phoenix Tour leaving from the Harbour. A golfer, fantastic Links Course, 500m walk. Perfect base for the adventurous too.
Our town has so much to offer including one of the best beaches on the coast on your doorstep and we are regularly visited by pods of Dolphins and Basking Sharks off the end of the pier!
Nairn Highland Games, held on the Links, attracts competitors, a visiting Fair and visitors from across the globe, with many 'Nairnites' making their annual pilgrimage 'home' to catch up with family & friends and watch the Games.
Our Blue Ribbon beach is a favourite for locals and tourists alike.
James' Cafe on the Links with their selection of artisan ice cream, and Strathnairn Cafe with their menu of fresh Scottish seafood offering anything from Oysters to Langoustines, are a massive draw card along with a children's play area and swimming pool all within 500m of the front door.
Nairn has a choice of takeaway food outlets, great restaurants and cafes, many of them on your doorstep.