Imagine a short break in the Scottish Highlands.
Here at Inveran Lodge Guest House in Nairn on the Moray Firth in the Scottish Highlands we love to fire your imagination...
Imagine a Bed and Breakfast …
- a warm welcome;
- freshly cut flowers from the garden;
- the aroma of home baking;
- the comfortable elegance of a Victorian drawing room with open fire for the cooler evenings;
- a complimentary glass of sherry to sip by the fire;
- and your soothingly appointed guest room.
Imagine awakening to the smell of freshly brewed coffee and sampling Scottish breakfast amid antiques and fine crystal.
Imagine a day in the silky Scottish air and returning to Inveran and enjoying the scent of roses and enjoying the spectacular sunsets with a glass of wine on the patio.
Imagine this and you could be here at Inveran Lodge in Nairn - your home from home for relaxation.
Inveran Lodge offers three well appointed guest rooms situated around a central elegant drawing room. All rooms are either 6 foot doubles or can be twinned and have the advantage of bath and shower en suites.
These rooms are all situated on the first floor of the establishment but guests are first greeted through the vestibule and hall area where the superb dining room can also be located.
The Coach House Cottage at Inveran
In addition to Bed and Breakfast, Inveran Lodge offers the Coach House self catering cottage attached to the main house. This facility offers three double bedrooms, spacious lounge and dining room and kitchen, bathroom and shower room. The accommodation offers period features teamed with modern living and being just a stone's throw from the Links and Beach is a wonderful place for all the family.
Inveran Cottage is available from April through to October as a holiday let. Prices from £300 - £550 per week.
Short Breaks and Highland Getaways
Find Out About Breaks and Offers at Inveran.
For reservations at either the Lodge or Cottage you can book online, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rosemary on +44 (0)1667 455666
Inveran wishes to thank Dave Shilabeer and Iain Fairweather for use of their lovely photographs for the Image Gallery